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The possible short time methods exploring undiscovered adapting human living planetsWhat methods can space scientists can use to search any possible adaptinghuman to live planets existing in space in the shortest time? Nowadays, space scientists had discovered that this solar system of seven Earth-sized planets may be the best place to look for alien life. Around 40 light-years away, seven Earth-sized planets have been spotted orbiting closely around a small, ultra-cool star. It’s one of the largest solar systems that’s ever been discovered outside of our own, and it’s a particularly enticing find in the ongoing search for extraterrestrial life. Six of the planets in the system may have the right temperatures for liquid water to exist on their surfaces, and astronomers are confident they’ll be able to get a more in-depth look at these seven worlds with future space telescopes.Particularly enticing find in the ongoing search for extraterrestrial life the solar system, detailed today in a study in Nature, isn’t a completely new find. In fact, the discovery of this system was announced last year by the same researchers. But at the time, they thought they had only found three planets around the star, named TRAPPIST-1. When the researchers took a closer look at the system with more precise telescopes, including NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope, they found more planets nearby.The space scientists got plenty of new data, and we went from three to four to five planets,” Michael Gillon, research associate for the Belgian Funds for Scientific Research and lead author of the Nature study, tells The Verge. “Then we got this Spitzer data that showed there were, in fact, seven planets.”Since these planets are roughly the same size as Earth, the researchers think they may be rocky like our own world. And three orbit within the star’s habitable zone, where temperatures are just right that there could be whole oceans on the planets’ surfaces. Given that liquid water is such an essential ingredient for life here on our planet, astronomers are eager to find it on other worlds outside our Solar System. The presence of liquid water on an exoplanet could mean that life has thrived there as well, so that makes these seven planets now top candidates in the search for alien life.The astronomers say there’s a good chance they’ll get some answers, since they’ll be able to study these exoplanets and their atmospheres in greater detail. In the grand scheme of the Universe, 40 light-years is a relatively short distance, which makes observing this system a bit easier with our telescopes. Plus, peering into the planets’ atmospheres is less challenging since these planets orbit around a star that’s much smaller and fainter than our yellow Sun. If they orbited a star the size of ours, the intense starlight would make the worlds and their atmospheres difficult to see. “Of course it’s super exciting, but what makes the system so special is that all these seven planets are suited for detailed atmospheric characterization,” says Gillon space scientist.This is why small, super-cool stars — known as red dwarfs — have become popular targets for exoplanet hunters; it’s easier to study the planets around them. Over the past couple of years, Gillon and his team have been focused on looking for worlds around red dwarfs using the TRAPPIST telescope at the La Silla Observatory In Chile. Less than a couple years ago, their search led them to TRAPPIST-1, a star just a little bigger than Jupiter.
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