New planetary system discovered Kepler telescope

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The telescope Kepler found at once two potentially manned planets rotating round the [ad name=”Google Adsense-3 11″] general star. Only twenty years ago astronomers didn’t know about existence of similar planets, and the Solar system, even taking into account the latest discoveries in area of exoplanet, continued to be considered as the unique. However opening of planetary system at a star of Kepler-62 is capable to change this representation. Planets from this scattering differ by the size, and round a star they do a complete revolution for the period of 6 days to 9 months. Two most remote of these planets and the most suitable lives were open for emergence by the astronomer from the Washington University Eric Eygol. The most extreme, Kepler 62f probably a firm planet, by only 1,4 times of the continent, makes a turn round a star in 267 Earth days. Her neighbor, Kepler 62e, which has also got to a zone of a habitability, in 1,6 times more Earth, year on it makes 122 Earth days, and from a star she receives 20% more energy, than our planet. Scientists note, that today it is the smallest planets opened outside Solar system in a zone of a habitability. Kepler 62f is the smallest planet being at suitable distance from a star that does it to the most similar to Earth of all found mission of Kepler. Judging by their size, the astronomers consider, that they firm and possess a certain atmosphere, however not such thick as on the Neptune. Other three planets b, c and d were found by team of scientists under the leadership of William Borukki, the research supervisor of mission of Kepler. By calculations of other group of the researchers, two planets, which are most suitable for emergence of life in Kepler-62 system can be completely covered with water. These planets aren’t similar to one of our Solar system. They have boundless oceans. There can be a life, but life in these worlds has to exist under water, metals, electricity, fire and metallurgy are inaccessible to it. Anyway, these worlds remain fine blue planets, and the life ingenuity on them is capable to surprise the people.
source:www.sciencerecorder.com

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