VIVA – A team of astronomers from Poland discovered two new planets in the Milky Way galaxy. But there are significant differences between the two.
Reported by page Scientific AlertOn Sunday, November 11, 2018, the two planets were not around orbits. Instead, they were worthless.
Such planets are rumored to be hard to recognize. Rather than a planet that has an orbit, like the earth. The University of Warsaw has used gravity microlensing techniques to observe both.
This technique consists of finding the point where the light of the distant stars is curved and distorted by the gravitational planets that attract the plants that float in that path of light.
Researchers do not know how big the two planets are. Because the evidence is still indirect.
It is estimated that only one planet can measure two to twenty times the mass of Jupiter and another 2.3 to 23 times larger than the earth.
Researchers do not want to exclude the possibility of both being populated by living things. But without light and heat in the center of his orbit, it seems that this desire is impossible.
They also said that perhaps not only these two planets have gone without orbiting. But there are still many other objects in the galaxy.