For the first time, astronomers have been able to measure their electromagnetic field by discovering it through a planetary celestial radio telescope outside the Solar System.
Scientists using the Very Large Radio Telescope Series (VLA), Karl G. Jansky, who is stationed in the state of New Mexico in the National Science Foundation of the United States, say that 20 light-years away from Earth, just outside the Solar System, discovered the existence of mass.Astronomers who analyzed the radio waves radiated by the celestial celestial electromagnetism determined that the celestial celestial, a hybrid form between the planet and the star, was a ‘brown dwarf’. It is noted that the sky cismin named ‘SIMP J01365663 + 0933473’ is 12.7 times the volume of Jupiter, the largest planet of the Solar System, and has a magnetic field 200 times stronger than it.
DISCUSSED IN THE FIRST TIME 2016
It was emphasized that the celestial cismin, discovered for the first time in 2016, is the first planet to be discovered in the electromagnetic wavelength outside the Solar System and capable of measuring the electromagnetic field.
The other planets have been discovered to date with spectrophotometers that measure more optics and light wavelengths.
‘BROWN DOWN’The planetary constellations, which in fact appear to be a small, pale star in appearance, which fails because they can not reach the volume to give rise to an asteroid hydrogen fusion, is described as a “brown dwarf.”
This failed star does not enter the definition of “planet” because it is six times larger than the planets called “gas giants” and does not travel in the orbit of another star.
The details of the discovery were published in the “Astrophysical Journal”.