New stellar system discovery

Credit: twitter image
Credit: twitter image

News! A planet orbits 3 suns for the first time. It is a planet in the GW Ori star system, 1300 light-years from Earth, located in the constellation Orion. It is surrounded by a huge disk of dust and gas. It is located somewhere in the middle of this dust. It's hard to notice because you can see that part in the fog. Here are two fascinating things:

1. The dust (and gas) disk is split in two and tilted at approx. 38 degrees.

2. The system has 3 Suns!


It is not known exactly, however, some astronomers say that more planets may have formed in that ring or that only 3 Suns may have formed because there was a lot of matter, a lot of matter gathered in other places, and many more. . However, so far nothing is 100% clear. But, yes, it is fascinating that a planet orbits in the shape of three suns and are the first of its kind. Some astronomers and astrophysicists have given it a name, very similar to what it is: the "triple" planet. According to astronomers, astrophysicists, scientists, and researchers, another fascinating thing appears here.

What if we could stay on that planet, we would see only 2 Suns, not 3. Explanation: Two of the stars (two suns) are extremely close, so close, that they will always give the feeling that there is only one, and their brightness will give the same feeling. But we can't sit on it because it's a gas giant.

"It could be the first proof of the existence of a surrounding planet, which makes a gap in a stellar disk in real-time," says Rebeca Nealon of the University of Warwick, co-author of the scientific article and this discovery.

Why does Rebecca say that?

One is the fact that the 3 Suns always make a fascinating dance, that is, they rotate extremely beautifully. Then there is the fact that the fissure in the GW Ori star system is something that needs to be studied.

We wish success to researchers, astrophysicists, astronomers, and scientists to discover as much as possible about this system.

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen

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