If a star in a galaxy dies, what happens to the other planets orbiting the star? According to foreign media reports, astronomers recently discovered a planet that survived a catastrophic explosion of a star. The remnants of the planet were found orbiting the "corpse" of the star. This gives us a glimpse of the solar system and what the Earth will look like when the sun dies. According to foreign media reports, Christopher Manser, an astronomer at the University of Warwick in Coventry, UK, and his colleagues noticed some unusual phenomena when observing a white dwarf star, which is actually a remnant of a star that consumes all its fuel four hundred light years away. This star is thought to have been formed by a planet that was destroyed when it exploded in a supernova.