British scientists have managed to determine the cause of the strongest eclipses of the star PDS 110 in the constellation Orion, where it loses up to two thirds of its brightness. This anomaly is caused by the circulation of a large planet with a gigantic ring system. About it reports the edition Rossiiskii Dialog.

In November of 2008 and January of 201 years researchers observed a sharp decline in
Shine up to 30%, which lasted for two to three weeks. Loss of brightness
occurs every 2.5 years. As it was established, the rapid Eclipse is explained
the fact that obscures its object a system of rings, which outline
reminiscent of the Saturn.

The next blackout 110 PDS will occur in September 2017.

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