Pupils from Cronk-y-Berry Primary School have won a global competition to name an exoplanet and its host star.
Students from the Isle of Man school entered the competition launched by the International Astronomical Union and made it to the top ten.
From there, the school won through a public vote.
The planet will now be called 'Cruinlagh' meaning 'orbit' in the Manx language and its host star will be called 'Gloas', meaning 'shine'.
It is a large gaseous planet that is around a third of the size of Jupiter.
The star is over 740 light years from Earth and larger, older and hotter than our own Sun.
Over 110 countries participated in the competition worldwide to give new names to different planets.
In total, over 360,000 names were submitted and over 400,000 votes were made around the world.
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