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WASP-96b is the first-ever cloudless planet discovered, with its uniquely clear signature. The astronomer Nikolay Nikolov from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, discovered WASP-96b, using the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope in Chile. Being the first of its kind, the exoplanet is now considered “a benchmark for characterization,” Nikolov said in the statement.View More WASP 96b is Considered as the Cloudless Exoplanet
Planets in the Universe are countless that always need exploring. There are a lot of undiscovered objects in the Universe that it is not enough an entire life for humans to discover almost half of them. As indicated Stephen Hawking “We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe. That makes us something very special”. As you know the known largest planet in our Solar System is Jupiter, it is approximately 143,000 kilometers (about 89,000 miles) wide at its equator. Let’s find out more about largest exoplanets in our wonderful Universe. These planets are the largest exoplanets ever discovered and it will probably take a long time until astronomers find a bigger one. Accordingly, we suggest you to enjoy top 10 largest exoplanets in the Universe.View More Top 10 Known Largest Exoplanets in The Universe
An exoplanet or extrasolar planet is a planet outside our solar system that orbits a star. This is a list of habitable exoplanets and possible exoplanets. We are introducing you top 10 potentially habitable exoplanets, that is based on estimates of habitability by the habitable exoplanets catalog (HEC), and data from the NASA Exoplanet Archive. The HEC is maintained by the Planetary Habitability Laboratory at the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo.View More Top 10 Potentially Habitable Exoplanets
Tess Planet hunter is ready to launch next month on April 16. It is supposed to start up from Cape Canaveral, Florida. This planet hunter, a 700-pound spacecraft, is called the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). TESS will be on the lookout for planets that could support life, officials said Wednesday. TESS will be launched aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and is equipped with four wide-field cameras that will enable it to look for the majority of the night sky.View More TESS Planet Hunter Launches this Month Searching Sky for New Worlds
K2-229b is an exoplanet, which is very hot and metallic. The exoplanet’s density is similar to Mercury. An Earth-sized planet is located 339 million light years away. A global team of astronomers including the University of Warwick discovered the exoplanet.View More K2-229b Is a Newly Discovered Exoplanet approximately with Its Size of Earth
Today our report is dedicated exoplanets, it seems that we have some interesting news for you. Let’s find out together.
Astronomers reported that they discovered 15 new exoplanets in our solar system. The new exoplanets were found orbiting small and cool stars. It is also called red dwarf stars. Among these exoplanets, 3 were discovered to be super-Earths, which are to some extent bigger in size than our Home planet.
One of the new discovered exoplanets are called K-155 and it is around 200 light years away from Earth and is considered the brightest red dwarf stars. K2-155’s system includes three super-Earths, the super-Earth orbiting the furthest away from the star could be within its habitable zone. K2-155d had a radius that is 1.6 times larger than that of Earth. Teruyuki Hirano, the lead researcher of the new study, from the Tokyo Institute of Technology, said “In our simulations, the atmosphere and the composition of the planet were assumed to be Earth-like, and there’s no guarantee that this is the case.”
NASA’s exoplanet-hunting space telescope has arrived two months ahead of its planned launch. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) was delivered via truck to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on Monday (Feb. 12), agency officials said. The spacecraft made the journey from the Dulles, Virginia, facilities of the aerospace company Orbital ATK, which had spent the last year building and testing TESS. TESS is scheduled to lift off atop a Space X Falcon 9 rocket no earlier than April 16 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, which is next door to KSC.View More NASA’s exoplanet-hunting space telescope has arrived two months ahead of its planned launch
For the first time from the moment of opening of the first extra solar planets scientists could see such planet by supervision in the x-ray range with help of Chandra space telescope and the European XMM Newton. The majority known exoplanets (which number at present exceeds 900) opened with help of a so-called transit method — by fixing of small fluctuations of brightness of stars when passing planet against a star disk. Still supervision was conducted only in the optical range, but now scientists managed to see x-ray transit. Thousand candidate exoplanets were found thanks to transits in visible light. At last, the scientists could see one in a X-ray, which is important as gives new information on properties of exoplanets.View More Chandra space telescope pictured exoplanets in a X-ray
For the first time Scientists from Great Britain could define color of a planet out of Solar system. With help of pictures from Hubble telescope they established that the gas giant in constellation of Chanterelle is painted in bright blue color. Thus they explained that as the reason of such coloring serve not water oceans, as on Earth, and the melted glass. Astronomers could define color of a planet, having tracked how the range depending on the provision of a planet in relation to the star changed. The first of them is- when the planet was closed from supervision by a star, and the second – when it was in a visibility range.View More The Earth is not the only blue planet in the universe – Hubble telescope discovered blue exoplanet HD 189733b