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According to studies, Earth-like exoplanets are common in the Universe

Earth-like exoplanets are fairly common, according to a new UCLA study. Scientists led by Alexandra Doyle, a graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) for Geochemistry and Astrochemistry, came up with the idea A new method for analyzing the geochemistry of planets outside our solar system for the study, this week published in the journal Science. "We …

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The WFIRST spaceship will use star glasses to see exoplanets

Share in Facebook Share in Twitter Share in Linkedin <div _ngcontent-c15 = "" innerhtml = " Testing the WFIRST Coronagraph theme. NASA / JPL- Caltech / Matthew Luem By the mid-2020s, NASA will launch the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST), one of its tasks will be the study of planets orbiting distant stars, including the direct imaging of many …

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NASA Unveils Secrets of the & # 39; Hot Jupiter & # 39; Exoplanets

A new study revealed a surprising mystery about exoplanets known as "hot Jupiter" – the dark sides of these planets have "surprisingly even" temperatures, suggesting that the clouds could be made up of minerals and rocks. 12 exoplanets were found to have temperatures on the night-sides of these planets all around 800 degrees Celsius, suggesting that some sort of natural …

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There May Be Exoplanets Out There Even Better Suited For Life Than Earth

The search for a habitable exoplanet has been a frustrating one. Stellar flares. Barren poisonous rocks lashed with deadly stellar flares. And it all has happened. And it all has to do with oceans. "Life in Earth's." "Geophysicist Stephanie Olson of the University of Chicago." "Life in Earth's oceans depends on how it works (upward flow) What are the conditions …

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The study shows that some exoplanets can have a greater variety of lives than there are on Earth

The artist's concept shows what the planetary system TRAPPIST-1 might look like, based on available data on the diameters, masses, and distances of host star planets, as of February 2018. 3 of the 7 exoplanets are in the "habitable zone" in which liquid water is possible. See https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/trappist1/ Credits: NASA / JPL-Caltech A new study shows that some exoplanets have …

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Hubble spies on football-style exoplanets The Malaysian Insight

Hubble spies on football-shaped exoplanets Updated 21 hours ago · Posted on 3 Aug 2019 8:20 PM · An illustration of the planet WASP-121b orbiting its host star, which is even hotter than our sun. – NASA Photo, August 3, 2019. The Hubble Space Telescope reportedly discovered a football-shaped exoplanet with heavy metals in its atmosphere. The alien world outside …

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Snowball exoplanets could be better for life than we thought

When astronomers discover a new exoplanet, one of the first considerations is whether the planet is in or out of the habitable zone. This label largely depends on whether the temperature of the planet allows liquid water or not. Of course it's not that easy. A new study suggests that frozen, icy worlds with fully frozen oceans could actually have …

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