NASA found 7 New Earth Sized Planets Orbitating Near a Top Star

NASA Space Astronomers Discovered 7 New Earth Sized Planets near Star Using a network of Telescopes World Wide. Just the News has Confirmed by NASA Space Agency Astronomer Dr. Michael Gillon and his team Found a few hours ago 7 Earth Sized Planets near by orbiting a Toppest Star which is 40 light years away they announced NASA Headquarters in Washington.

This discovery outside of our solar system is rare because the planets have the winning combination of being similar in size to Earth and being all temperature, meaning they could have water on their surfaces and potentially support Bio Life. The Seven planets which Discovered are so close to each other and the star that there are seven of them within a space five times smaller than the distance from Mercury to our sun.

Michael Gillon who is Lead study author and astronomer at the University of Liege in Belgium discovered these new 7 Planets announced in a Press meet that It’s a first time that so many planets of this kind are found around a same star. These Seven Planets are Could have Some liquid Water and may be there is a life on these planets Surface like as an Earth.

>Michael Gillon Team also said that these planets are believed to be tidally locked to the star, each has a permanent day side and a permanent night side. And because the planets are so close together, they would appear in the sky like moons to the Star.