Similar to Jupiter! Multi - state astronomers have discovered an exoplanet from the solar system

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 Similar to Jupiter! Multi - state astronomers have discovered an exoplanet from the solar system


With the progress of technology and astronomy, scientists have been discovering new planets in the solar system, but the exploration of space is far more than the solar system. According to Itar Tass news April 17th, international project Russian Federal University of Ural Sikaya kow rove Observatory researchers discovered a Jupiter extrasolar planet similar in nature. Local time 17 days, the news center of Russian Federal University of Ural announced that participate in the international project Sikaya kow rove Observatory astronomers discovered an extrasolar planet, and named it KPS-1b. The planet operates around a sun like star, close to Jupiter in mass and volume. But because of the proximity to the parent star, the atmospheric temperature on KPS-1b is much higher than the temperature on Jupiter. It is reported that the discovery was done by multi national astronomers. Besides Russian experts, there were researchers from Belgium, the United States, Britain, France, Holland, Turkey, Portugal, Lithuania, Italy and Canada. The research results have been published in the Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. The news center of Ural Federal University said the discovery is unique because it is the first time that we have found signs of exoplanets by using data obtained from a telescope with a diameter of only 28 centimeters. Experts say finding new exoplanets and studying the known extrasolar planets will help researchers understand the formation and evolution of the solar system. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More wonderful, please log in to global network http://www.huanqiu.com responsibility editor: Gu Ying _NN6577 Local time 17 days, the news center of Russian Federal University of Ural announced that participate in the international project Sikaya kow rove Observatory astronomers discovered an extrasolar planet, and named it KPS-1b. The planet operates around a sun like star, close to Jupiter in mass and volume. But because of the proximity to the parent star, the atmospheric temperature on KPS-1b is much higher than the temperature on Jupiter. It is reported that the discovery was done by multi national astronomers. Besides Russian experts, there were researchers from Belgium, the United States, Britain, France, Holland, Turkey, Portugal, Lithuania, Italy and Canada. The research results have been published in the Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. The news center of Ural Federal University said the discovery is unique because it is the first time that we have found signs of exoplanets by using data obtained from a telescope with a diameter of only 28 centimeters. Experts say finding new exoplanets and studying the known extrasolar planets will help researchers understand the formation and evolution of the solar system.