Scientists say that the Sun in the solar system is the sun's moon.
The planet, which is 3.2 times larger than Earth, appears to be about six light-years away from the Solar System, in a relatively cool and low-massed star called Barnard's star, a red dwarf, and cosmic terms. It is believed that Barnard's star orbits every 233 days.
Planets orbiting the stars beyond our solar system are called solar systems. About 4,000 people have been found.
The second closest satellite to our solar energy solar system was discovered. It is believed to be a super-Earth with heaviest planets, but is very small in the planets.
"At a very careful analysis, the planet has 99 percent confidence," Ignace Riseus, Institute of Institute of Space Studies, Catalonia Institute of Space Studies, said in a statement on the Institute of Space Sciences.
"But we can observe this comic strip of comets, but unusual, unusual, extraordinary, extraordinary, extraordinary, variation can be polarized as a planet."
Thales are less common than the Barnard's Star, and the TripleCor system is part of our solar system, alpha centaur, located just four light years from our solar system. Two years ago, astronomers reported that the liquid water that exists on the surface of the proxima centaur, which is part of the Alpha Centauri system, is likely to be on the surface.
The number of days counted by the number of planets to circumvent Barnard's star.
The newly discovered planet, Barnard's star, is not very hospitable, with a minimum temperature of minus 170 degrees Celsius
Barnard's star gives only 2% of its energy from the Sun.
Researchers studied the planet by combining measurements from various high-end devices in the world's telescopes. This research was published in the Natural Journal.