OTS 44

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OTS 44, which is located in the Chamaeleon constellation, is either a brown dwarf or rouge planet with a circumstellar disk of dust surrounding it. It is 11.5 times more massive than Jupiter.[1][2] Its radius is not yet well known, but estimated to be between 23[3] to 57[4] percent of the Sun's radius.

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