Original title: Scientists discover "super world": Solar system neighbors are three times bigger than the world
BEIJING, November 15 (Xinhuanet) – The British magazine Nature, in 14, published a study claiming that scientists discovered a & super world ın orbiting a nearby star. How big is this kadar super world Bu? The quality is more than three times the world. How cold? Temperature is below 238 degrees of zero. A super world is usually a larger mass planet than Earth, but it is not as great as the Neptune and Uranus in the Solar system.
Data Map: NASA Pluto Detector on July 14, 2015 New Horizons held a party of the most clear photos of Pluto. At this point, the nine solar system has a clear photo at the end of his brother.
According to reports, the planet and its stars are 30 trillion miles from Earth. Barnard's Star is the closest star to our solar system. For decades, astronomers have been looking for planets around them. This newly discovered planet, known as Barnard B, is the second known and the fastest star in the world.
An outer planet is a planet outside our solar system. "After careful analysis, we trust 99% that the planet is there," Ignati Ribas, the chief scientist at the Spanish Institute of Astronautics, said in a statement. Data from various telescopes around the world This cold and dimly lit world.
"We have used seven different instruments, covering twenty years, and we have made it one of the largest and most widely used observations to date." Said.
According to research, the planet is located in the far side of a star called the "snow line". This goes well beyond the habitable area where liquid water can be present and where life is possible. This is a barren and cold world, and the light of the Barnard star forms only 2% of the Earth's energy. Due to its proximity to the world, this star has long been a candidate to find alien planets. However the previous call could not find him.
"This extraordinary planet provides important information to help us uncover the challenges of planetary formation and evolution," said Astronomer Díaz of the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina.