A plurality of extrasolar planets orbiting the’sun of the stars found in the deep space for the first time


Scientists have discovered a star system orbiting a”sun-stars”for the first time, according to newly published research.

The study, published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters, describes the two giant extrasolar planets(TYC8998-760-1b and TYC8998-760-1c)orbiting the star TYC8998-760-1, about 300 light-years of Earth. Light-years, this measure of distance in space is about 6 trillion miles.

“This discovery is a snapshot of an environment that is very similar to our solar system, but at a much earlier stage of evolution,”the study’s authors, Alexander when said in a statement.

This image, taken in the field of instruments of ESO's Very Large Telescope, shows a star TYC8998-760-1 accompanied by two giant exoplanets. (Credit: ESO/Bohn et al.)

This image, taken in the field of instruments of ESO’s Very Large Telescope, shows a star TYC8998-760-1 accompanied by two giant exoplanets. (Credit: ESO/Bohn et al.)

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