Astronomers have sometimes considered worlds other than those large enough to have rocky surfaces as planets. Some geologists and geophysicists as well as some astronomers regard all bodies larger than the Earth as planets, regardless of their physical composition. The International Astronomical Union (IAU) defines certain classes of worlds; those classes include planets, dwarf planets, Jupiter-mass planets, and super-earths (see definition section above). There are no definitions for other classes of planet-like object, beyond these types. The term exoplanet may be applied to any object of a given mass and size, regardless of whether it is in orbit around a star or around a binary companion. Class IV super-Earths are found to be common by the Kepler mission in the galaxy, as well as in the Lyra-Cygnus constellation of our own Local Group of galaxies. The lack of technology to measure the size and depth of the atmospheres makes identification of small planets difficult, but discoveries have been made, with the first discovery of a gaseous planet within 75 light-years (25 parsecs) of the Solar System. Some objects are too dim or too hot to have detectable atmospheres; alternatively, they could be very large (with very deep atmospheres), have a large distance, or be a brown dwarf or dwarf star instead of a planet. A few large masses have been observed orbiting stars without the usual signature of a protoplanetary disc; in statistical terms, this means that the field finds only one large planet in date, in contrast to the dozens detected by the Kepler mission, likely all planets.
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