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NASA’s new eye in space, James Webb, has found his first planet. While this discovery was greeted with enthusiasm in the scientific world, the news from the TESS satellite caused comments to be made that ‘Second Earth’ was found.
The scientific world is talking about the news from NASA…
Space exploration has entered the year 2023 at a rapid pace. NASA’s 10 billion dollar spent James Webb Space telescope (JWST) made its first discovery.
According to the news in the British Independent newspaper, JWST discovered a planet very similar to Earth.
It was announced that the planet in question is 41 light years away.
Scientists have officially named ‘LHS 475 b.’ He began to do research on the atmosphere of the planet, which is called the planet.
It is currently unknown whether the planet, which is 99 percent of the diameter of the Earth and is terrestrial, has an atmosphere.
Equipped with a 6.5-metre-wide gold-plated mirror, James Webb is named after James E. Webb, NASA’s director of the Apollo program in 2002… (Photo: NASA)
While this discovery was greeted with enthusiasm in the scientific world, the data from NASA’s TESS satellite news ‘Second World’ has caused comments to be made.
The TESS satellite discovered a planet 100 light-years from Earth. It has been announced that the distance of the planet from its star, called ‘TOI 700 e’, will allow the presence of water on its surface.
In other words, calculations indicate that the planet is habitable.
COLLECTING CLUES ABOUT THE UNIVERSE
James WebbHubble Space It was launched into space in December 2021 to replace its telescope.
Located 1.6 million kilometers from Earth, Webb is expected to answer questions about the solar system, examine the planets and the universe in greater depth than ever before, while also revealing clues in the search for life beyond Earth with the data he collects.
Your name NASAIt is stated that the telescope, which was named after James Webb, the former manager of , will be the leading observatory of the next 10 years.