How to make a solar system (In real format) with Webb? See here
How to make a solar system? It's a question that makes us think. But not us to make a solar system because we can not, but to find out how it was formed and then we will have a very clear answer to the question: "How to make a solar system?". Scientists still know little about the beginning of the Solar System. Aside from knowing that it formed 4.6 billion years ago (approx.) and that we have 3-4 theories about how it formed, otherwise we don't know much about the beginning of the Solar System. However, we are in 2022 and yet we should be more advanced than 20 years ago.
The James Webb Telescope, the most powerful and most recently launched telescope, will be "our friend" to answer the question "How to make a solar system?". Webb will be a time machine that will give us a clearer picture of the beginning of the Solar System.
Don't think that Webb is "an oprtal" or what you see in movies. Webb is not such a time machine. The Webb Telescope is more of a scientific tool, and like any scientific tool, it is there to help scientists. It will be able to scientifically give us a clearer picture of how this still mysterious system appeared. Webb will be able to learn a lot about our beginnings just by studying other new systems in our galaxy, but not only that, it will do much more.
Thanks to Webb's instrument, the Canadian space agency's Near-Infrared Imager and Slitless Spectrograph (NIRISS), scientists will be able to observe and study newborn stars and planets. Even if there are so many theories about how the solar system was formed, only Webb will really find out which of the theories is correct.
In the world of science, however, there is not much difference between the theories of the formation of the Solar System, they are all based on the same idea, only some details differ. The most accepted idea, however, is that the Solar System formed when a giant cloud of gas and dust collapsed on its own due to physical forces, forming a protoplanetary disk. Protoplanetary - that is, a massive area prepared for the formation of planets. After that, the star or the Sun is currently formed. It formed right in the middle of that disk. The rest of the remaining disk, apart from the Sun star, grew on the basis of what matter began to clump together, forming the planets.
Such formations, with a protoplanetary disk, are also found in other systems in our galaxy.
There are also a lot of stars and systems in our galaxy, and some of them may even be in the creation phase.
That is, we may find stars in our galaxy that have a protoplanetary disk around them. Webb will be able to see them, thanks to the advanced technologies it has.
But Webb should also hurry because the period of creation of the solar system is only 10-20 million years. You will ask that it is a lot, but it is not. This duration is extremely short compared to the life of the system, which can be billions of years.
There are a lot of planets in our galaxy, and we're waiting for Webb to bring us more information about them than we know so far.
So until we answered the title question, we had to wait.
Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 26 January 2022, at 11:15 pm Los Angeles time
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