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Three come true? Proxima found livable terrestrial planets, only 4 light-years away! – Sohu technology compilation: Editor: Steed Maile AI astronomer in the stars — the nearest Proxima Centauri found around a planet. In this artist’s imagination in the figure, the red dwarf star near the horizon to appear at the top of the planet, and in the star Proxima Centauri, "the sun" on the top right can see the other two bright stars, they are the Alpha Centauri star (gate two). The planet earth is slightly larger than that in the Proxima habitable zone, suitable temperature of liquid water exists in the surface of that planet. Photograph: ESO M. Kornmesser astronomers using the European Southern Observatory (ESO) telescope, astronomical observation and other facilities have found conclusive evidence that a planet is orbiting a star — the nearest Proxima Centauri (Proxima Centauri) operation. A people searching for a long time the number of planets, Proxima Centauri B, every 11 days around its frigid red planet revolves around, surface temperature for liquid water to exist in its. The rocky planet is only a little heavier than the earth, the nearest exoplanet to us – and perhaps the most likely place to live outside our solar system. A paper describing the landmark discovery will be published in the journal Nature in August 25, 2016. Next star is a red dwarf, from the solar system only 4 light-years more, except the sun is the closest star to earth. A low temperature of stars in the constellation Centaurus, too dim to see with the naked eye, around two others than its brighter stars — Alpha Centauri (gate two) A and B. The photo above shows the European Nantai La Silla Observatory 3.6 m telescope dome and the dome above the southern sky, the constellation and the position of gate two and see the caption proxima. Below two illustrations is Harbert Space Telescope south two star (lower left) and proxima. Proxima Centauri is the nearest stars, astronomers have discovered a planet there. Photograph: Y. Beletsky (LCO) ESO ESA NASA M. Zamani in the first half of 2016, the European Southern Chile La Silla Observatory 3.6 m telescope, regular observation by the use of the HARPS spectrograph Centauri Proxima Centauri, also through other telescope to monitor it all over the world. This observation project called "dark red" (Pale Red Dot) in London, Queen Marie Gilliam of the University of · Anglada – Ace (Guillem Anglada-Escudé) without fail under the leadership of a team of astronomers trying to find the star small swings — if there is a planet orbiting the star stars, the planet’s gravity can lead to such a movement of stars. Because of this topic相关的主题文章: