Original title: Scientists discover "super earth": neighbors of a 3-day solar system are more massive than earth
BEIJING, November 15 (Xinhuanet) – On the 14th, the British Nature magazine published a study where scientists claimed that she discovered "super ground" in an adjacent star orbit. How big is this "super ground"? Its quality is more than three times the ground. How cool is it? Its temperature is approximately 238 degrees lower than zero. In general, higher ground plants are more than ground, but not as large as Neptune and Uranus in the solar system.
Data Map: On July 14, 2015, New Horizons, NASA Pluto Sensor, returned the most clear photos of Pluto. At this point, nine brothers have a clear sun system.
According to reports, the planet and its stars are 30 trilions of Earth. Star Barnard is the nearest star to the solar system. For decades, astronomers have been looking for blanks of their scope. He is called Barnard B, the new planet discovered is the second exoplanet of the Earth and the fastest star in the night sky.
Plants outside the solar system are exoplanet. Ignati Ribas, the chief scientist of the Spanish Space Science Institute, said in a statement: "After careful analysis, we have a 99% confidence that the planet is there." Data from different telescopes around the world This world is cold and nothing.
"We used seven different instruments, including 20 years of measurement, making it one of the biggest and most used observations to date," he said.
According to the study, the planet is located in the far side of the star of the "snowline" name. This goes far beyond the area where fluid water can be present and possible life. It's fresh and foul, and the light of the Barnard star accounts for just 2% of energy and Earth from the sun. Due to its proximity to Earth, this star has been a long candidate for finding exoplanets. But the previous search failed to find it.
Seryddydd Díaz from Buenos Aires University in Argentina said: "This planet provides us with critical information to reveal formation problems and planetary evolution."