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Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

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Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, these in-between worlds harbor some surprisingly terrestrial environments.

Astronomers discover two "rogue planets" wandering the Milky Way without stars. The smaller free-range world is between the size of Earth and Neptune, while the larger one is between 2-20 Jupiter masses, meaning it may actually be a nomadic brown dwarf.

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