A planet so large that it violates the boundary that separates the planetary state – a brown dwarf has just been discovered between two other “suns”, possessing a phenomenon similar to Earth but much more catastrophic.
Ƭthe world of “monsters” named WHS 1256 b is a planetbecause it has stars – not just 1, but 2 – but well beyond the mass limit of a planet is 10 to 13 times Jupiter.
Theo Scientific Alert, This bizarre planet is 20 times heavier than Jupiter, or 6,360 times Earth, has a temperature so high that aluminum must melt, and orbits the two parent stars for 10,000 years.
WHS 1256 b is a strange planet
WHI 1256 b strange, beyond the limits of astronomical theory, has been observed in detail by James Webb – (Image: NASA/ESA/CSA)
It was discovered by NASA/ESA/CSA (US, European and Canadian space agencies) James Webb Space Telescope surrounded by sandstorms. But unlike sandstorms on Earth, which are intense, endless storms.
The catastrophic sandstorm caused swirling clouds of silicate particles to circulate through the planet’s atmosphere.
According to astrophysicist Paul Molliere of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (Germany), this is the first time that so much has been revealed through a single spectral datum. All thanks to James Webb, whose power is greater than that of his predecessors.
It is also the first time that a the world beyond the planetary mass limit is correctly confirmed to be a planet and not a brown dwarf – the object can be considered a superstar or a failed planet because it is too small for stellar fusion but too big to be a planet, and has no parent star.
One possibility mentioned is This mysterious object was born in a “hybrid” way between the formation of brown dwarfs and planets.
A brown dwarf without a parent star, formed from the direct collapse of a cloud of interstellar gas and dust, but which failed to become a star. Meanwhile, planets are being born from star dust and gas.
WHI 1256 has two parent stars, so it is most likely formed from a combined cloud of gas and dust from these two stars, with a collapse mechanism similar to that of a brown dwarf.
It is a very young planet, only 150 million years old and still very hot, with an atmosphere reaching a temperature of around 830 degrees Celsius and low gravity which gives it a turbulent sky.
With an orbit dating back 10,000 Earth years, the planet is far enough away that light does not mix with stars, creating excellent conditions for scientists to experiment with methods of observing exoplanets.
A research has just been published in Letters from the Astrophysical Journal.
Article source: MTN
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A planet so large that it violates the boundary that separates planetary states – a brown dwarf has just been discovered between two other “suns”, possessing…