NASA has discovered 95 new planets out of the Earth's solar system with the help of Kepler spacecraft data, which are shaped like Super Earth, Mini-Neptune (Gas Dwarf) and Jupiter Planet. One of these planets is orbiting the brightest star ever discovered by Kepler. Kepler spacecraft was launched in 2009.
NASA scientists have seen an item passing through the stars for the first time that is produced outside the solar system. Which has come from any other place in the galaxy? According to the agency, this object appears to be a small asteroid or a comet. This object has been named A / 2017 U1. Its diameter is less than 400 meters and it is running remarkably fast. Scientists are monitoring this remarkable object in space through binoculars. Say that the Pan-Stars 1 telescope at the University of Hawaii detected the A-2017 U1 during the night while searching for objects near Earth.
NASA has discovered 10 new earth-shaped planets on Monday. The latest findings were released in the fourth Kepler and K2 Science Conference held this week in NASA's Research Center in California. The Kepler telescope detects the presence of planets, which records fewer droplets in the brightness of a star, that happens when a planet goes in front of it. NASA said that this is the most complete and detailed survey of the latest list of planets so far.
Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system, but now a new study has shown that it is also the oldest planet in the Solar System. Studying scientists say that within just four million years of the Sun's origin, this gas giant planet i.e. Jupiter was born. The information about the origin of Jupiter can be understood from the structure of the Solar System, that its present form is how it will be formed. Although it has been speculated by many models that the origin of this planet was relatively soon, but its exact time of production has not been detected so far.