Monday, November 6, 2017

Planet NGTS-1b

Planet NGTS-1b, defies the theories of planetary formation that affirm that a planet of this size of Jupiter that orbiting a star is only half the size of the sun that contradicts theories of planet formation of today ASTRONOMERS

A red dwarf term is a class of star that fits into a specific size (and color) range and has a specific set of characteristics that make it distinct from larger stars challenges longstanding theories that such a big planet — about the size of Jupiter — cannot be formed around a star so small.
Columba was created by Dutch astronomer Petrus Plancius in 1592 in order to differentiate the ‘unformed stars’ of the large constellation Canis Major.[2] Plancius first depicted Columba on the small celestial planispheres of his large wall map of 1592. It is also shown on his smaller world map of 1594 and on early Dutch celestial globes.

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