The extraterrestrial planet revolves around a Star Beta Painter, 64 light-years away from Earth.
Technology was the first time in history that it turned the planet around other planets
For the first time in history, astronomers at the European Southern Observatory have been able to track the rotation of planets around stars far from the sun. I was also able to get a detailed image of this process in the optical range.
Scientists say, "For the first time, we could see the planet by observing flight from orbits around the star, rather than sensing a decrease in the brightness of the star. This photo is the beginning of a new era in the study and discovery of extraterrestrial planets.
This planet revolves around the star of the second brightest star in the constellation, Painter Beta. Light is 64 light years away from Earth. The star was 1.75 times the size of the sun, 8.7 times brighter. The stars themselves have been formed very recently by space standards. It was only 20 million years ago.
This star attracted the attention of scientists in 1980. The reason for this was due to the excessive radiation of the infrared rays from the gas dust discs in which the planets are actively formed. The first detailed image was obtained with the Hubble telescope in 2009, and we surveyed a planet that is almost invisible on the disk.
Subsequent observations of this emerging planet revealed many oddities, including record large size and unusual sloping orbits. To understand the origins of this system, planetary scientists use the various ground-based and space telescopes to see the Painter beta almost constantly.
Then, using NACO equipment from the VLT telescope in Chile, astronomers fixed the orbit of the planet for four years and observed the planet in detail. With this device, you can use special coronagraphs to "get rid of" stars in your field of view, allowing the planet to be seen by human eyes and computer algorithms.
Using NACO, scientists were able to follow Beta painter b around the star and fly over the edge of the disc as the star and gas giant both looked at the earth. Scientists point out that this kind of interplanetary procession started in 2014 and lasted for about two years.
Because of the super-high temperature, there is almost no life on Earth's alien planets and moon. On the other hand, observations of such a world will help planetary scientists understand how the planet occurs and determine the location of the "realm of life" for bright, large stars.
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