new solar system found in the Milky Way 6 planets perfectly in sync Nasa report
In addition to TESS, the team of researchers who made the discovery studied data from the European Space Agency's CHEOPS (Characterizing Exoplanet Satellite). After this he came to know about this quality of 6 planets. According to the report, multiplanet systems may be common in our galaxy, but such systems are rarely seen, in which all the planets rotate in a precise pattern.
According to the report, among the six planets found, the one closest to the star revolves around it more than the other planets. The rest of the planets also revolve around the star in such a way that the pattern remains intact. In the time it takes for the two outermost planets to complete their revolutions, the nearest planet to the star completes six revolutions.
Talking about other news related to the Milky Way, this year a study revealed that the rate of star formation in the Milky Way is higher than previously estimated. This means that more stars are being born every year than scientists have thought.
How is a star born?
Stars are born from the fusion of gases present within dust clouds. These clouds are scattered in most of the galaxies. The most well-known example of these is the Orion Nebula. According to NASA, lumps are formed due to turbulence inside the clouds and gas and dust mix and start forming stars. It starts with a protostar. It is the hot core of a collapsing cloud, which one day becomes a star.
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