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SANTOS N., MARTINS J., BOUE G., CORREIA A., OSHAG M. et al. 51 Pegasi b, abbreviated 51 Peg b, unofficially dubbed "Bellerophon", later named "Dimidium", is an extrasolar planet approximately 50 light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Pegasus. 1997 Astrophys. paper, A planetary companion for 51 Pegasi implied by absence of & Sci., 57, 1405 Even so, calculations show that it should still be able to retain a massive atmosphere of predominantly light gases. 2010 HORNER S., BROWN T., KENELLY E., NOYES R., JHA S., KORZENNIK S. & 1997 For the value, see. ApJ., 701, 154 ZHAO G., CHEN Y., QIU H. & LI. The Messenger, 154, 57 WRIGHT J., MARCY G. & the California Planet Survey consortium 2011 2017 g+-mode in 51 Peg. Within a week of the announcement, the planet was confirmed by another team using the Lick Observatory in California.[10]. 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