A Great Discovery to Understand Planet Formations

Scientists of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg have recently discovered the youngest known extrasolar planet. Its host star is still surrounded by the disk of gas and dust from which it was only recently born. This discovery is an important milestone allowing scientists to draw important conclusions about the timing of planet formation. Some of the questions need answers are the following. How do planetary systems form? How common are they? What is planetary system architecture? And the most important one. How many habitable earth-like planets exist in the Milky Way? Read More


 
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