“Vampire”stars found by NASA’s planet-hunting Kepler Space Telescope

Scientists using data from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope found a”vampire”star”to draw”life in another star.

Experts found a surprising”Super-projection”from a dwarf Nova, a”cataclysmic variable stars”. According to NASA, the star system, which includes a white dwarf and smaller brown dwarf companions see the light a factor of 1 600 in less than a day. It then slowly disappeared.

“Brown dwarf circles a white dwarf every 83 minutes a distance of only 250,000 miles(400 000 km)–about the distance from the earth to the Moon,”said NASA in a statement. “They are so close to the white dwarf’s strong gravity strips material from the brown dwarf to draw its essence like a vampire.”

17-year-old NASA Intern makes amazing discovery

The space Agency explained that the deprivation of the material to form a disc, because it”spiral”toward the white dwarf, which is known as a area plate.

Artist figure of

Artist’s illustration of the”Vampire”star.
(NASA and L. Hustak,STScl)

A team led by Ryan rider-the Harper Space Telescope Science Institute(STScI), Baltimore, Maryland, Australian National University,Canberra, Australia made this discovery through search Cape archives data.

Only about 100 of this type of dwarf Nova systems are known, NASA said, it may take years or even decades of a burst of life.

Water is detected in the potentially’habitable’exoplanet for the first time,scientists say

“In a sense, we discovered this system by accident. We are not specifically looking for a super-eruption. We are looking for any kind of instantaneous,”said ride Harper’s statement.

The study was published in the monthly notice of the Royal Astronomical Society.

This discovery is just the latest discoveries using data from the Kepler Space Telescope. In 2015, for example, the Kepler mission discovery of Pul-452b, the first Near-Earth asteroid in the”habitable zone”around a sun-like Star.

The scientists of the GOOGLE search’data from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope found a new planet

In 2016, experts from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the University of San Diego using the Kepler Space Telescope point Kepler-1647b,a planet with two suns in the constellation Cygnus constellation.

Under one year of Kepler data is crunched using artificial intelligence to help scientists discover a new planet outside our solar system.

Click here to get the Fox News App

Expert in the use of machine learning techniques Google to point the Kepler-90i, hot, rocky planet circling Kepler-90, Sun Star 2,545 light-years of Earth. Also in 2017, the expert use of the Kepler data revealed that 20 a new Earth-like planets.

Light-years, this measure of distance in space, equal to about 6 billion miles.

Ian Williams contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!