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WASHINGTON: A new theory the suggests that one young star may yank another's developing solar system has shed light on a long-standing puzzle - why Earth's orbit is tipped 7 degree relative to the sun's equator.
In 1995, Swiss astronomers made the shocking discovery of the first "hot Jupiter," a gas giant circling close to its star.
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