super- +‎ jovian


superjovian (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of super-Jovian
    • 2015, Thayne Currie, Ryan Cloutier, Sean Brittain, Carol Grady, Adam Burrows, Takayuki Muto, Scott J. Kenyon, Marc J. Kuchner, “Resolving the HD 100546 Protoplanetary System with the Gemini Planet Imager: Evidence for Multiple Forming, Accreting Planets”, in arXiv[1]:
      HD 100546 b likely has extremely red infrared colors compared to field brown dwarfs, qualitatively similar to young cloudy superjovian planets, however, these colors may instead indicate that HD 100546 b is still accreting material from a circumplanetary disk.