When astronomers talk about a double star, they are actually talking about two stars orbiting each other. Because they are engaged in a very tight dance around two stars, they have observed three different protoplanetary discs, which lead to three distinct planetary systems!
The This is only about 980 Of our earth, in Perseus molecule. The two stars that make it up – from one On the whole they are equal to our sun – very close to each other. Almost 90 times – Twice as far as the Sun-Pluto.Call it SVS 13. it is a Rising stars. A
By studying the data collected using thirty years of data Very large queue (VLA), a radio telescope located in New Mexico (USA), and more recently, the Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Antenna Array (Alma, Chile), each of which astronomers have come to an end. .SVS 13 is surrounded by gas and dust – 30 times the Earth-Sun distance. And an additional protoplanetary disk, larger than the others – up to 500 times the Earth-Sun distance – formed around two stars. Disc with feeding spiral system The other two
Are planetary systems ready to welcome life?
Most of the nearly 5,000 extrasolar planets confirmed today have been found to orbit single stars. And astronomers believe that binary – or many – systems create a slightly more complex gravitational environment to initiate the planetary formation process. But this work provides important new information that tests the development models of these systems. Test them, understand the conditions of binary star systems and complete them – we will remember.– Planets can be born.