60 billion alien planets in a manned space of red dwarfs

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Published the new research, allowing to calculate influence of clouds on climate of alien

planets, rotating round red dwarfs. Conclusions of participants of the joint group of the Chicago and Northwest universities are based on exact computer modeling of behavior of clouds in the atmosphere of alien planets. But besides purely scientific interest, this research also allows to draw a conclusion that existence of a cloudy cover twice expands a manned space of red dwarfs. And it means that only in one galaxy in a manned zone of the stars there can be over 60 billion alien planets. The formula for calculation of a manned space of alien planets is places where they can keep liquid water on the surface. But it is insufficiently exact as almost doesn’t consider existence of clouds in the atmosphere of exoplanet. And they have impact on local climatic conditions. By the words of Nicolas Cowan (the research associate of the North Western Center) If the exoplanet rotating on a low orbit with a turn approximately in a month or two, it can quite receive the same quantity of heat, as Earth from the Sun. Young scientists, having applied the mathematical methods similar to what use for climate forecasting on Earth, made the three-dimensional computer modeling. The computer model is allowing to consider in calculations of a manned space of red dwarfs and a factor of existence of a planetary cloudy cover. To make these calculations was required some months of collaboration of 216 network computers of the Chicago University. Calculations showed that if on such planet’s surface there is water, it because of clouds, because of their considerable cooling effect. But at the same time it is necessary to understand that anything especially revolutionary in this opening isn’t present. Young scientists simply successfully used the mathematical apparatus applied in other area of researches – climatology. And this appendix became innovative.
source:www.space.com

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