October 14, 2017: A mini solar system may have been discovered in the constellation of HYDRA visible from earth without a telescope. I did videos about this phenomenon back in 2012, witnessed myself 90 different times….in HYDRA. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3RTE… (2012) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssNbZ… (2012) The ESO image at the top of the page shows the first exoplanet directly imaged and the first discovered orbiting a brown dwarf. It was imaged the first time by the VLT in 2004. The exoplanet (the red spot on the lower left), is orbiting the brown dwarf 2M1207 (centre). 22M1207b is a Jupiter-like planet, 5 times more massive than Jupiter. It orbits the brown dwarf at a distance 55 times larger than the Earth to the Sun, nearly twice as far as Neptune is from the Sun. The system 2M1207 lies at a distance of 230 light-years, in the constellation of Hydra.