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On 22 at 1 pm Eastern, NASA was announced findings on a discovery outside our solar system. No, it’s not aliens. It’s never aliens. Rather, NASA was eager to tell us about new explants — planets that orbit star other than our own — it has found.


The past few years have seen an explosion in the discovery of planets outside our solar system. Astronomers have now confirmed 3,442 exoplanets in the galaxy, and they think there could be 100 billion or more in total.


But NASA and astronomers around the world aren’t just hunting for any ordinary planets. Isn’t that obvious f they are hunting an empty planets than we have enough in our solar system. Haven’t we? They’re particularly focused on the search for planets in the “habitable zone” of star systems, meaning, in theory, that water could exist on the surface in a liquid form. Finding Earth-size, a potentially habitable planet is believed to be the first step to finding other life in the universe.


After identifying these planets, astronomers can observe them more closely and investigate whether their atmospheres have oxygen, methane, or other telltale gases that signify life.

Last year, astronomers at the European Southern Observatory and the Pale Red Dot project found a potentially habitable planet orbiting the star closest to our own, Proximal B. (Though it may be located dangerously close to its star’s radiation to support life. And actually getting to Proximal B is a whole other story.

Well, NASA is always desperate to find a live on another planet and they tried before too to discover something’s like that.  Its shows how much curiosity a human heart hold and it won’t stop in any point, right?

Wow…. We always want to know anything, everything and something new aren’t we? It’s amazing but weird and we didn’t even notice the length of our curiosity.

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