While Earthlings can escape Earth's gravity and travel into space, hypothetical extraterrestrial species living on super-Earths would have to leave the planet's gravity
The speed needed to launch missiles from telluric exoplanets firing could, according to a report Talking Democrat make space travel impossible.
In 2017, astronomers discovered Gliese 625, which is a small red dwarf about 21 light-years away. The habitable zone of the star contains a rocky super-earth that is about 2.8 times the size of the earth. Many of these planets exist throughout the universe.
Scientists believe that these planets could be paradises for residents with beautiful, shallow oceans and thicker atmospheres blocking more radiation they call "archipelago planets". It sounds incredible, but leaving the physics of such a planet would be incredibly difficult, if not impossible.
Among the things civilizations on such planets could not have are satellites, space telescopes, lunar missions and possibly even television after Space .com .
Michael Hippke, an independent researcher at Sonneberg Observatory, said that the high gravity of the Super Earth planets makes space travel more difficult. His article on research is still pending International Journal of Astrobiology .
In fact, to launch a traditional missile from an exoplanet with a mass 10 times Earth, the civilization missiles would have to be 70 percent wider than Earth and weigh ten times more. In addition, the fuel would weigh an unprecedented amount.
Another way to leave a planet like this might be space elevators or nuclear pulse drives instead of conventional rockets. The ability to start from a higher point like a mountain could also help escape the heavy gravity of these giant planets. Unfortunately, the planet's additional gravitational forces would likely keep all the mountains on the surface much smaller than necessary to make a big difference.
These huge obstacles to interstellar travel make it much less likely that alien civilizations living on this planet would explore space, which in turn would make it difficult for humans on Earth to experience aliens living in different solar systems in the world Stop the universe.