NASA Said, More than 5,000 planets outside the solar system

The US space agency NASA has claimed that there are more than 5,000 planets outside the solar system. NASA has recently discovered 75 more exoplanets (Earth-like planets) outside the solar system.

NASA said on Monday (21 march 2022) that the latest addition of these new planets has helped them reach 5,000 miles. News from CNN.

NASA’s Exoplanet Archive is a center for the discovery of exoplanets from scientific research papers. From this archive, scientists have confirmed this number using multiple methods of identifying planets.

“It’s not just numbers, each of the planets is a new world,” said Jesse Christianensen, head of the scientific team at NASA’s archives and a scientist at NASA’s Exoplanet Science Institute at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. A whole new planet.

Every planet has given birth to my inner interest. Because we don’t know much about them yet. “

“We are living in the golden age of the discovery of exoplanets,” said Jesse Christianensen. Although we have found such planets outside the solar system before. The first such planet was found in the nineties.

NASA Said, More than 5,000 planets outside the solar system

Representative variations are also seen in exoplanets, which are not found in our solar system planets. The rocky areas of these exoplanets are much larger than the Earth.

Scientists have also found planets that orbit multiple stars. They even revolve around the remnants of the ‘dead’ star. Of the exoplanets found so far, 30 percent are gas-filled, 31 percent are super-Earth, and 35 percent are Neptune-like. Only 4% are rocky planets like Earth, Earth or Mars.