Astronomers have discovered a new solar system within the Milky Way. According to them, all six planets are perfectly synchronized.

A group of astronomers have observed an uncommon synchronized solar system consisting of six planets that move in a harmonious manner, remaining undisturbed by external influences since their formation billions of years ago.

The discovery, announced on Wednesday, can aid in understanding the formation of solar systems in the Milky Way galaxy. This particular system is located 100 light-years away in the constellation Coma Berenices. To put this distance into perspective, a light-year is equivalent to 5.8 trillion miles. The solar system was discovered by a joint effort between two planet-hunting satellites, NASA’s Tess and the European Space Agency’s Cheops.

According to Derrick Pitts, the head astronomer at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, the planets serve as a unique illustration of the birth of solar systems, according to CBS News.