Hanging around a star that has passed through its red-giant phase doesn't seem a likely place for a planet. But one planet apparently managed to avoid being engulfed by its bloated star — might others, too?
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Fortney, J. The one that got away. Nature 449, 147–148 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/449147a