Sunday, May 20, 2018


TRAPPIST-1e UPDATE - Precise data from NASA's Spitzer and Kepler space telescopes reveals more interesting possible features of Trappist-1’s remarkably stable planetary system. Data has been gleaned from observing minute variations of the planetary interactions in their orbits. The TRAPPIST-1e planet is rumored to be the most Earth-like, the system’s rockiest planet with an iron core nearly identical to our own, and the potential to host some liquid water with maybe an atmosphere. TRAPPIST-1 has the most rocky planets orbiting the sun, the greatest number of potentially habitable worlds and more is known about this system besides our own precious Planet Earth. 

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