Discovered Moon:- Washington Scientists have discovered the first moon outside the solar system. The shape of this moon is equivalent to that of the Neptune, and it is orbiting a gaseous planet, whose size is bigger than Jupiter. This discovery is a matter of surprise for scientists. This finding has proved that there are moons outside our solar system.
This is totally different from the approximate 180 moons found in the solar system. David Kipling, Astronomy professor at Columbia University, said that it is very big and it is very different from the system of our solar system. The moons of our solar system are made of rocky and snowy substances. At the same time both the outer moon and its original planet are both gaseous. This is a unique pair. Their distance from Earth is 8,000 light years.
NASA:- Columbi graduate student Alex Techie was involved in this study with Kipling. Both of them explore the moon from NASA’s Hubble and Kepler space telescope. For the first time, a study has found clear evidence of the outer moon. Although it will be studied and studied for now. This outer moon is many times larger than the largest moon in our solar system.
Solar System:- The largest moon of the solar system is the Ganymede, which revolves around Jupiter. Its diameter is approximately 5,260 kilometers. At the same time, the diameter of this outer moon is about 49,000 kilometers. This is almost the equivalent of our smallest planet Neptune. It revolves around the outer moon and its original planet Kepler-1625.
Kepler-1625 is our star in temperature, but it is about 70 percent more in size. This moon revolves around 3 million kilometers from its planet. Its mass is about 1.5 percent of the original planet.