Match one more solar system!
There is another solar system in the universe just like our solar system. In appearance, it is exactly like us. There are eight planets in our solar system, such as Mercury to Neptune (Pluto has lost the title of ‘planet’ in Hale).
It is known that the number of planets in the solar system is eight just like ours. Not only that, the planets in our solar system are arranged one after the other, 2,445 light-years away, in the same way, that there are eight planets in the constellation Draco.
Small rocky planets like Mercury, Mars, Venus, Earth are close to the Sun in our solar system, and big looking gas and ice-filled planets like Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are close to the Sun.
The eight newly discovered planets in the solar system are just that. No other constellation has ever looked exactly like our solar system.
The information was given at a press conference at NASA headquarters on Thursday.
Paul Hertz, an astronomer in NASA’s Astrophysics Division, said the whereabouts of seven planets in this solar system, which looks exactly like ours, had already been found. Now it is known that there is the eighth planet. Whose name is ‘Kepler-90-I’. This planet looks exactly like Earth. Even on the rocks. It orbits its star in 14.4 Earth days.
However, because it is closer to its star (Kepler-90), its body is burning with much more heat. The temperature is at least 600 degrees Fahrenheit.
According to NASA, since the solar system looks exactly like ours, the eight planets there are arranged in the same way as our solar system, so the chances of finding the origin of life in that space became strong.
Not only that, another planet in the solar system, Kepler-90-H, is just as far from its star as our Earth is from the Sun. The planet may have liquid water or an atmosphere as thick as Earth. As a result, the planet’s environment may be conducive to the creation or survival of life. The Kepler telescope has found planets outside our solar system.
According to NASA, the traces of another alien have been found to be similar to the appearance of another constellation in our solar system. The star whose name is ‘Kepler-80’ and the Vine planet that has been found in the solar system recently, its name is ‘Kepler-80-G’.
This alien planet is the sixth planet in the solar system. As a result, in the coming days, the hadiths of eight or more planets like us may be found in that solar system. Earlier this year, the trajectory of the ‘Trapist’ constellation was matched, with seven planets. And it matches the hadiths of at least three planets that contain Earth’s water or atmosphere.
NASA launched the Kepler Space Telescope in 2009 to search for aliens and find life on alien planets. That telescope has discovered about two and a half thousand ‘habitable’ aliens like Earth by 2013. Lots of aliens have been discovered before. The number of Vine planets we know about them is about four thousand.
However, so far we have not found eight planets like our solar system in any alien constellation. The discovery was made possible by Google’s machine learning approach, led by Christopher Shalu, Google’s senior software engineer, and Andrew Vanderberg, a Sagan Post Doctoral Fellow at the University of Texas. Match one more solar system
Match one more solar system