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NASA has found seven planets suitable for human survival (confirming the existence of aliens)

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NASA has found seven planets suitable for human survival (confirming the existence of aliens)

NASA has announced a big event and discovered seven planets!!! This discovery has made the earth no longer alone, and it may not be surprising to see aliens on these seven planets. These seven planets are described in the following subtitle.

NASA discovered seven planets

1,3 May Be Lived

NASA has announced its latest discovery: 40 light years ago, they discovered a galaxy that resembles the solar system. There are seven planets in it, all very close to our planet. Three of them are located in the habitable zone, possibly with liquid water or even life! This planetary system, known as Terapest 1, is located outside the solar system in the Aquarius galaxy.

2. Has Conditions for Survival

The star, Trappist-1, is 40 light years from the earth and is about 235 trillion miles away. This is already a very close distance in astronomy. What's more exciting to astronomers is that the orbits of these seven planets are well positioned for humans to see their details. Astronomers say that based on the distance between the seven planets and the stars, it is likely that one or more of the planets in this new galaxy will have temperatures that are suitable for survival and water that is the source of oceans and life.

In addition, the seven planets are very close to each other, so if one person stands on the surface of a planet, he or she can see the topographic features and clouds of the neighboring planets. The same side of these planets always faces the main star, so each side has a permanent day or night, meaning its weather pattern may be completely different from Earth. "This is the first time in human history that so many planets have been discovered around the same star," said Dr. Michael Gillon, Belgian astronomer. Gillon is the leader of the Trappist-1 International Observation Group.

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