Planets revolve around stars-the ice dwarf.
Astronomers have announced the detection of three planets located relatively close to the Solar system on which life can be. The study results were published in the journal Nature.
These three planets revolve around stars-the ice dwarf, doing a turnover of around 39 light years away and comparable in size with Earth and Venus.
According to Michael Gillon from the University of liège in Belgium, before astronomers now have a unique, first ever star observations the ability to detect chemical traces of life outside our Solar system.
This is possible because the open planets are close enough to the surface to the atmosphere could be analysed with the help of modern technologies.
Source: Russian service Bi-bi-si