Radio signals outside solar system: Scientists first get radio signals from planet outside the solar system – scientists detect radio signals from exoplanet outside of our solar systemOn December 18, 2020 by admin
- Radio signals received from outside the solar system for the first time
- 51 light years away from planetary system, signs have been found
- This planet made of gas is also called hot Jupiter.
- Radio signals will be coming out of the planet’s magnetic field
International teams of scientists have detected radio signals coming from the planet outside our solar system for the first time. These signs are coming from the planetary system located 51 light years away. Scientists reported that the Netherlands-based radio telescope detected low-frequency array (LOFAR) radio signals coming from the Tau Bootes star system. A planet made of gas is circling very close to it and is also known as the so-called ‘hot Jupiter’.
First time radio signal search
The research paper published in the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics states that only radio signals emanating from the Tau Bootes planetary system have been detected, probably due to the planet’s special magnetic field. At the same time, postdoctoral researcher Jake D. Turner at Cornell University said, “With the radio signal, we have introduced the first sign of the planet outside the solar system for the first time.” He said, ‘These signs are coming from the Tau Bootes system which has two stars and planets. We have presented a case of signs coming from the planet.
Will explore the distant world
Researcher said that if the planet is confirmed by later studies, then a new way of detecting planets outside the solar system through radio signals will open and a new way of knowing about the distant world hundreds of light years. Turner said that locating the planet outside of the solar system based on the magnetic field would also help space scientists explore the properties and atmosphere properties of that planet. Also, it will be easy to understand the physical relationship of stars and its orbiting planets.
Magnetic field is important
It is noteworthy that the magnetic field of the Earth protects us from the dangers of solar storms and makes this planet worth living. Turner said, ‘An Earth-like magnetic field on a planet outside of the solar system can contribute to a potentially life-threatening state because it protects its atmosphere from solar storms and the universe’s deadly rays and also prevents the planet’s atmosphere from being destroyed. is.’
Planet will be like jupiter
It is worth mentioning that two years ago, Turner and his colleagues studied radio signals coming from the planet Jupiter and the same signal coming from the planet outside the solar system is estimated to be similar to the planet Jupiter in the solar system. Samples of radio signals coming from Jupiter and other planets are helpful in detecting planets in the universe 40 to 100 light years away from Earth.
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