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PLANEMOPlanetary Mass Object
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The binary's fragility argues against one of the leading ideas for how brown dwarfs and planemos form.
Only those planemos that orbit a fusor would be considered planets.
Jayawardhana says that "nature is able to make objects with quite a wide range of masses--from stars 10 times more massive than the sun to planemos some 100 times less massive than the sun--in the same way.