Space - NASA geeks said today the new galactic cup sizing reflects a shift away from prepubescent planetoid measurements in the newly discovered Cleavage Constellation.
Earlier reports from the Agency's Kepler space telescope assessed the rocky satellites 'at around 20e and 20f'.
But critics soon slammed this as a classic dwarfist 'two fried eggs in the loaming' kinda sizing slur.
So the new measurements were reassessed to reflect a celestial Eva Herzegova sort of boob - er, planet.
In fact the far off pair is almost as about as big as Venus and Earth - which themselves have been assessed at around the 34C mark ever since Yuri Gagarin claimed to have seen evidence of some orbit 'sag'.
The new planets have a host star belongs to the same G-string type class as our sun, "although it is slightly smaller and a lot more cool, man," NASA spokesperson Rudi Aurora commented today.
Next week Kepler will size up dwarf stars in the neighboring Testes Constellation.