The original name: Scientists have found "super land"! 3 times more quality than land
Beijing, November 15 (Xinhuanet) – The 14th day of the British journal Nature was published a study in which scientists have argued that the nearest star in orbit has been "super-low". How big is this supermodel? Its quality is more than three times lower than the Earth. How cold is it? Its temperature is about 238 degrees below zero. The earthquake is usually a planet with a mass greater than Earth, but not as large as the Neptune and Uranus solar system.
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According to reports, the planet and its stars are 30 trillion miles from Earth. Barnard's star is our closest star in our solar system. For decades, astronomers have been looking around the planet. This newly created planet, known as Barnard B, is another known exoplanated from Earth and a faster star in the night sky.
Exoplanets are a planet outside of our solar system. The chief scientist of the Spanish Space Science Institute Ignati Serib said in a statement: "After careful analysis, we have 99% confidence that the planet is there." Different telescope data from all over the world was discovered. Cold and somewhat of the world.
"We used seven different instruments, covering 20-year measurements, making it one of the largest and most widely used observations so far," said scientists.
According to the study, the planet is located in a distant part of the star, called the "snow line". It extends beyond the living area, which can have liquid water and a possible lifestyle. It is a barren and cold world, and the light from the stars of Barnard makes up only 2% of Solar energy from Earth. Since it is close to Earth, this star has long been a candidate for exoplanets. But the previous search could not find it.
Astronomer Diz, Argentinean University of Buenos Aires, said: "This unusual planet gives us critical information to discover planetary formation and evolution problems."
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