Thursday, July 11, 2013

Evidence of the new planets?

New calculations show that a sufficient concentration of gas in the disk around a young star can lead to the process of coalescence of space dust, forming a ring, and creating ways that resemble those formed in the process of neoplasm’s.

Gravity pulls the cosmic dust and debris of stones. After they were together in small groups gather even more space stuff and so they travel,

 eventually creating a ring in their systems, what the scientists say that in such rings could be new planets. These systems serve a good purpose and motivate - the constant search for new worlds. But the rendering of such planets is a problem; because the light is reflected from them may be several billion times fainter than the light from their parent star.

According to Lyra Research, Vladimir says, "From a distance, many of these rings can come together and create the impression of a continuous ring. He compared them with the rings of Saturn, which consist of a group of thousands of ringlets space material that seem to only a few large rings.

Such education can only take place in a thin disk of dust and gas where the star light can directly get into the dust and enrich their photons. Thicker disks will block light and make such processes impossible.

Fomalhaut system - contains one of the confirmed, newly formed stars, but the gaps in the clouds of dust around the star astronomers led to suspicions about the existence of a pair of planets formed there, but they are too small to be seen with modern space telescopes.

According to research by Vladimir Lira and Kushner, determine the amount of gas within the systems, such as Fomalhaut may help astronomers determine the probability of the existence of these new planets. 

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