After Similar to Hell, NASA Finds Planets Like Heaven

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A planet filled with water was discovered by a group of researchers in outer space. Photo / Benoit Gougeon, Université de Montréal

WASHINGTON – After Hell-like planets were discovered, now scientists from the United States Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have recently discovered a ‘sea planet’ that bears an uncanny resemblance to the 1995 action film starring actor Kevin Costner, “Waterworld” called Planet Paradise.

As reported on NASA’s Social Media account Friday (26/8/2022), they said, this planet is located 100 light years from Earth and is completely covered by a layer of very clear water.

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The planet orbits one of two small stars located in the constellation Draco and was discovered by an international team of researchers.

The research team was led by Charles Cadieux, a doctoral student at the Université de Montréal and a member of the Institute for Exoplanet Research (iREx).

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s space telescope, TESS, allows researchers to scan deep space for near-Earth planetary systems.

Previously, NASA said that it had recently discovered a new planet, its surface conditions resembled “hell.”

Adapted from Phys, the planet is 50 light-years away, named 55 Cancri e and orbits very close to its “Sun-like star.”

Thus, the surface conditions are literally hell-like, a dimension in constant burning.

The data shows that 55 Cancri e is less than 1.5 million miles from its star or 1/25 of Mercury’s distance from the Sun.

“With surface temperatures well above the melting point, the daytime side of the planet is expected to be covered in a sea of ​​lava,” NASA reports.

NASA argues, there is no planet like 55 Cancri e in the Solar System with such extreme conditions.

(wbs)

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