An artist's impression of the planet from the surface of the planet.
Note the inhabitants of the northern hemisphere: Astronomers have discovered evidence of exotic worms on Shammy atop the above star.
The new planet is different from our new solar system. Larger than Neptune, it's larger than Earth, but researchers say the surface of water from the red soup is likely to flow down.
But this frozen "super earth", the second most exposed planet in the world, is another indication of what is there. While the telescopes can portray planets around other stars, no, the first new world we see.
Carnegie astronomer Johannes Toche says, "From science fiction to science reality." "There is a lot of potential."
The Solar System is one of the nearest neighbors in the Solar System, a small body known as the Bernard's Star. These are the triple stars of the Alpha Century system. It appears mainly in the South Sky. One of those stars, proxima centauri, orbit a small planet. However, this does not mean that the planet's fatal flow of the planet's motion is not worth the planet.
Barnwert's star has long been the hunting of the "big white whale", says Polish Butler astronomer Carnegie astronomer Paul Butler. It is only about six light years away from our sun. The main architect of the research conducted by the astronomer Peter van de Camp was 50 years before the planet was able to host the planet. In the 1970s, British astronomers studied the possibility of sending an alien to explore, even though there is no evidence to explore.
But in 1995, Barnard star started a search around.
This red dwarf is not only 10th of our Sun's mass and can not be seen with the naked eye. The gravitational distance of the planet is that the lower mass is suitable for analytics through the radial speed system of the cosmic expansion that exploits the gravitational pull of a star in its periphery.
The telescopes of all three continents are displayed at a Barnard's stardom, which helps to collect 800 observations over 20 years. Amateur astronomers collected information and study authors.
More than 50 research teams have undertaken in 50 dozens of institutions. However, Ignatius Rafaz, director of Institute of Space Studies at Catalonia, Catalonia said, "A signal slowly in our data came out of every voice." , The primary character of Nature Paper.
The constellations of Barnard's star indicate a large planet traveling once every 233 days. Very few solar terrestrial planets have been detected from their own stars (with smaller orbital periods that generate more frequent signals and help make it easier to detect).
Since Barnard's star is too slow, the planet's long orbital period "ice sheet" has. Sunlight is so weak that it continues to weaken. Its average surface temperature is a terrible -150 degree Celsius (-238 ° Fahrenheit).
This leaves the planet outside of the traditional "habitable zone", which is thought to be harsh. Tesce pointed out that microorganisms are capable of survival. If the planet has water and other necessary substances, it is practical that the creatures are alive in an ocean below ice.
There is nothing essential about the planet around Barnard's star. Astronomers do not know whether the rock like the Earth or the gas or ice is made of Neptune. They know that they are three times galler than the earth. But it will be bigger.
Reebas pointed out that even 100% of the planet could not be said of this planet. Research has ruled out the limits of radial speed detection, and the distance from a star is very difficult. Mathematical models show that the presence of the Bernard star is caused by other factors such as density of 0.8 per cent. For this reason, it is considered a "candidate" rather than a confirmed foundation of the solar system.
"Guidance and Guidance Guidance for Guidelines and Guidance Guidelines," said astronomer Rodriguez Dias of Buenos Aires University in a note on nature. If it is confirmed, an important part of the creativity and evolution of the plot is given to the "gigantic planet", he wrote.
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