Many of the world's scientists found that the rogue planet (not revolve around the star, and independently moving in an orbit around the galactic center), and that the most interesting may remain livable for them.
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Astronomers have discovered a planet live science, in particular scientists became aware of the fact that a potential candidate for the outcasts — Brown subdwarf cha 110913, which is located in the constellation Chameleon, a distance of 163 light years from earth. Formally, this celestial body is considered a star, although its mass is much smaller than that of many extrasolar planets discovered by scientists, according to RIA Novosti.
The study authors Dorian Abbot and Eric Shvittser, from the University of Chicago, argue that the emergence of life on any planet, water is essential in any state. According to these studies, scientists have shown that the probability of water on planets rogue incredibly high. Suffice it to the presence of a hydrogen atmosphere and the pressure that, in turn, cause the greenhouse effect, and thereby the formation of water as necessary for the nucleation of any life form on earth. The water on these planets can be stored in the form of oceans, hidden under a huge layer of ice deposits in the atmosphere and the presence of large amounts of methane. For the formation of the ocean planet — the outcast, should have a mass of 3.5 percent the mass of our planet, and perhaps more. If such a planet is at a distance of one thousand astronomical Edinet from the ground, we can see it easily with the help of the latest technologies developed.
Recent research conducted on Mars have shown that the composition of the volcanic rocks of a large amount of bromine and zinc, which is an exception to the other places on this planet. Analysis and long-term observation of the rock formations of the area, allowed the scientists to the red planet, to conclude that in the crater also contains clay materials that are formed only in the presence of water. Almost unanimously, many scientists in the world have come to a consensus that the soil of the crater may be suitable for life, since it does not contain toxic and acidic materials.