Planets form out of disks of dust and other matter that orbit stars, right? Well, yes, but not only like that, it appears. Research indicates that ‘planemos’ a hundredth of the size of the sun can form complete with disks of planet-matter orbiting them, allowing them to create miniature solar systems. Planemos are vagrant lumps of matter, sometimes failed stars, that drift around space unattached to a home system. Looks like they may have a little company after all.