That's according to a team of astronomers in the UK, U.S. and Australia, who revealed this week that snappily-named planet 2MASS J2126 is in an orbit around its star 7,000-times the size of Earth's orbit around the sun.
Their findings were published in the "Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society."
Record breaking orbit
"This is the widest planet system found so far and both the members of it have been known for eight years, but nobody had made the link between the objects before," said lead author Dr Niall Deacon of the University of Hertfordshire in a statement about the findings.
"The planet is not quite as lonely as we first thought, but it's certainly in a very long distance relationship." Read more on edition.cnn.