# Is there alien life on Kepler’s planets? NASA discovers new Kepler-90 solar system

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• A nine-year-old boy received an encouraging response from NASA after he applied for the role of planetary protection officer.The job was listed this week as the space agency seeks help to protect Earth from aliens.In technical terms, the officer would assist with the “avoidance of organic-constituent and biological contamination in human and robotic space exploration”.The job advert notes that “space flight missions may intentionally or unintentionally carry Earth organisms and organic constituents to the planets or other solar system bodies”.Among the first applicants for the role was nine-year-old Jack Davis. He wrote to the space agency to explain:“My name is Jack Davis and I would like to apply for the planetary protection officer job.I may be nine but think I would be fit for the job.One of the reasons is my sister says I am an alien also I have seen almost all the space and alien movies I can see.I have also seen the show Marvel Agents of Shield and hope to see the movie Men in Black.I am great at video games.I am young, so I can learn to think like an Alien.Sincerely,Jack DavisGuardian of the GalaxyFourth Grade” Image:It is unclear whether the successful candidate will travel in space and take photos like this from Tim PeakeJack in turn received a letter from the eminent Dr James L Green, the director of NASA’s planetary science division:Dear Jack,I hear you are a ‘Guardian of the Galaxy’ and that you’re interested in being a NASA Planetary Protection Officer. That’s great!Our Planetary Protection Officer position is really cool and is very important work. It’s about protecting Earth from tiny microbes when we bring back samples from the Moon, asteroids and Mars. It’s also about protecting other planets and moons from our germs as we responsibly explore the Solar System.We are always looking for bright future scientists and engineers to help us, so I hope you will study hard and do well in school. We hope to see you here at NASA one of these days!Sincerely,Dr. James L. GreenDirector, Planetary Science DivisionHe also received a phone call from NASA’s planetary research director, Jonathan Rall, at NASA Headquarters in Washington, to congratulate him on his interest in the position.NASA stated that although the planetary protection officer position “may not be in real-life what the title conjures up”, it plays an important role in “promoting the responsible exploration of our solar system by preventing microbial contamination of other planets and our own”.Source link NASA responds to job application from boy, 9 was originally published on News London
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Is there alien life on Kepler’s planets? NASA discovers new Kepler-90 solar system
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I need help on my astronomy question? How do I find the orbital period? a = semi-major axis = 715 AU e = eccentricity = 0.62 Ra = aphelion = to be determined P = period = to be determined Kepler's Law of Orbits Ra = a(1 + e) Ra = 1,158.3 AU Kepler's Law of Periods P² = a³ P = √a³ P = 19,118.73 Earth years
Since NASA is always lying about everything, what are they waiting for to claim they found life on Mars? NASA does have a fetish about life on Mars. And life on other solar system objects. But life (as we know it) requires warmth, water and food. There is no place in the solar system other than this earth where all 3 of those things are known to occur together. So it follows there is no life on Mars -- no matter what NASA says. Well -- that is unless we find a place on Mars where water, warmth and food exist. We are not even looking for such places at the moment. NASA does happen to have the technology and the hardware to go looking. So the ball is in their court. And we wait for any developments. Be prepared for a long wait.
Christian & atheist, A minority of science types think it likely that we are the ONLY very intelligent species in cosmos. Implications? I'd say they're wrong. What are they, psuedoscientists? Flat-Earthers? Christian or Atheist, its been estimated by astronomers, based 2013 Kepler data that approximately 40 billion earth like planet exist in the habitable zone of stars and 11 billion of those have been identified as planets orbiting Sun-like stars. The implication is that there is likely at least several other planets in the known universe that have intelligent life on them. Perhaps its not God, but we are at least not alone.
When the earth dies and humans go extinct, is it fair to say there will be no intelligent life in the universe? It wouldn't be a certainty. While we haven't discovered any intelligent life on other planets, we've only barely started to explore the ones in our own solar system. We've only mostly explored Earth, one planet in one solar system of an estimated 100-200 billions galaxies each containing billions of solar systems.
When the earth dies and humans go extinct, is it fair to say there will be no intelligent life in the universe? It wouldn't be a certainty. While we haven't discovered any intelligent life on other planets, we've only barely started to explore the ones in our own solar system. We've only mostly explored Earth, one planet in one solar system of an estimated 100-200 billions galaxies each containing billions of solar systems.
When the earth dies and humans go extinct, is it fair to say there will be no intelligent life in the universe? It wouldn't be a certainty. While we haven't discovered any intelligent life on other planets, we've only barely started to explore the ones in our own solar system. We've only mostly explored Earth, one planet in one solar system of an estimated 100-200 billions galaxies each containing billions of solar systems.
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For 1st Time, NASA Finds 8 Planets Orbiting Star in Kepler-90 Solar System
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Using AI, Nasa discovers another solar system like ours; has 8 planets The eight-planet system -- the largest known outside of ours - orbits a star called Kepler 90 some 2,545 light-years away
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Find the mass of stars in a X-Ray binary system with Newton's version of Kepler's third law
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Mechanics Deriving Kepler's Law Knowing that the acceleration of any body towards the centre of a star due to the force of gravity is proprtional to $$x^{-2}$$, where x is the distance of the body form the centre of the star, i.e. $$x''= \frac k {x^2}$$, where k is a positive constant. Knowing orbital speed is constant V at distance R from the centre of the star, how do you derive Kepler's 3rd law where $$k = {4\pi R^3\over T^2}$$
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Can you name any newly discovered planets or solar systems other than Kepler-22b? Go to Wikipedia and search the article "Extrasolar planets". It has links to several lists of planets and planetary systems.
Is Kepler 22 b in your solar system? No. Kepler-22b is in another solar system about 620 light years away.
[18-01] What did Kepler discover about the orbits of the solar system?
[21-01] What discoveries did Kepler make about the solar system?
How did Kepler affect ideas about the solar system?
How did Kepler's first law support the idea of a heliocentric solar system? Kepler's first law says the planets orbit the Sun in elliptical orbits. This fitted the data for planets' movements very well, and it was much simpler than the Earth centered schemes.
How did Kepler's view of the solar system differ from that of Copernicus?
What was the major contribution Kepler made to our understanding to the solar system? He was the first to recognize that planets move in elliptical orbits.
How did Johannes Kepler work contribute to the modern understanding of the solar system?
Why did Kepler's work form the foundation of the modern model of the solar system? Kepler was the first person in history to correctly describe the motion of the planets around the Sun. He did this between 1609 and 1619, the same time that Galileo was doing the first observations with the newly discovered telescope and not quite a century after Copernicus had arrived at the idea that the Earth went around the Sun. Kepler's laws were mathematically correct, but he did not know why. It waited another half century until Newton and his law of gravity in 1686 for the mathematics to be shown to be a consequence of the fundamental laws of physics. It is fair to say that Kepler's
Kepler's first law worked where Copernicus' original heliocentric model failed because Kepler described the orbits as? This was because Kepler described the orbits as eliptical, not circular.
What were the contributtions of Copernicus Kepler and Galileo in develope the suncenter model of the solar system? Nicolaus Copernicus made the first fully predictive mathematical model of a heliocentric system. In the following century, this model was elaborated and expanded by Kepler and supporting observations made using a telescope were presented by Galilei.credit to chacha.com
When did Johannes Kepler invent the Kepler telescope? Johannes Kepler didn't invent the Kepler telescope. He made important discoveriesabout how planets move, and 500 years later, the telescope is named after him.
How many planets did Kepler know about? Johannes Kepler knew of six planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
Why is Kepler looking for earth-like planets? If the world ends, we would need to find another place to live. Mars's atmosphere had shrunk over time, because maybe Mars's gravity cannot hold it and all the heat is gone. Mars was known as an Earth like planet, but they were wrong. Scientists said there were hulmanlike creatures and dark spots known as optional illusions. And the dark areas dark grey rocks. Not many other Earths, but if you go into a black hole, you will probably find another Universe.
Why are the new planets called Kepler? Many of the planets discovered in the past few years have designations such as Kepler-22b because they were discovered using the Kepler space telescope.
When were the Kepler planets discovered? 1250
Did Johannes Kepler discover any planets? No. The planets known in Kepler's time had been known for millennia. The first new planet to be dsicvoered by astronomers was Uranus in 1781, bout 150 years after Kepler died.
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• Kepler's primary job is to scan stars in search of orbiting planets. La tarea principal de Kepler es rastrear las estrellas en búsqueda de planetas en órbita.
• Another step forward in the search for extrasolar planets began with the launch in 2009 of the Kepler space observatory, NASA's first extrasolar mission. Kepler's goal was to search hundreds of thousands of stars for signs of planets.
• Kepler has found a diverse array of planets, including exotic, multi-planet solar systems.
• Kepler uncovered several planets that are about the same size as Earth and orbit within the star's habitable zone, where liquid water, which is necessary for life, can exist.
• Kepler posited that the planets went around the sun in elliptical, not circular, orbits. Kepler postuló que los planetas giraban alrededor del sol en órbitas elípticas, no circulares.
• Overall, Kepler has added more than 1,200 confirmed planets to the extrasolar planet count, which now stands at nearly 3,700.
• TESS will find planets in the same manner as Kepler, but search stars that are closer to our sun.
• Kepler has found that smaller planets (Earth-sized rather than Jupiter-sized) are likely to be the most common in the Milky Way galaxy.
• The planets in the inner solar system are tens of millions of kilometers apart; the planets in the outer solar system are hundreds of millions of kilometers apart.
• It took Kepler six years of unremitting effort to save her life. Tras 6 años de incesante esfuerzo, Kepler pudo salvarla.
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• Kepler-62: Kepler-62 is a star somewhat cooler and smaller than the Sun in the constellation Lyra, 1,200 light years from Earth. It is located within the field of vision of the Kepler spacecraft, the satellite that NASA's Kepler Mission used to detect planets that may be transiting their stars.
• Kepler-442: Kepler-442 is a K-type main-sequence star approximately 1,120 light years from Earth in the constellation Lyra. It is located within the field of vision of the Kepler spacecraft, the satellite that NASA's Kepler Mission used to detect planets that may be transiting their stars.
• Kepler-138: Kepler-138, also known as KOI-314, is a red dwarf located in the constellation Lyra, 200 light years from Earth. It is located within the field of vision of the Kepler spacecraft, the satellite that NASA's Kepler Mission used to detect planets that may be transiting their stars.
• Kepler-419: Kepler-419 is an F-type main-sequence star located about 2,544 light years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus. It is located within the field of vision of the Kepler spacecraft, the satellite that NASA's Kepler Mission used to detect planets that may be transiting their stars.
• Kepler-223: Kepler-223 is a G5V star with an extrasolar planetary system discovered by the Kepler mission. Studies indicate that the Kepler-223 star system consists of 4 planets orbiting the star.
• Kepler-7: Kepler-7 is a star located in the constellation Lyra in the field of view of the Kepler Mission, a NASA operation in search of Earth-like planets.
• Kepler-35: Kepler-35 is a binary star system in the constellation of Cygnus. These stars, called Kepler-35A and Kepler-35B have masses of 89% and 81% solar masses respectively, therefore both are spectral class G.
• Kepler-8: Kepler-8 is a star located in the constellation Lyra in the field of view of the Kepler Mission, a NASA-led operation tasked with discovering terrestrial planets.
• Kepler-10: Kepler-10, formerly known as KOI-72, is a Sun-like star in the constellation of Draco that lies 173 parsecs from Earth. Kepler-10 was targeted by NASA's Kepler spacecraft, as it was seen as the first star identified by the Kepler mission that could be a possible host to a small, transiting exoplanet.
• Kepler-4: Kepler-4 is a sunlike star located about 1631 light-years away in the constellation Draco. It is in the field of view of the Kepler Mission, a NASA operation purposed with finding Earth-like planets.
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• Kepler orbits with the symmetries of a 600-cell Consider a planet moving in an elliptical orbit. If...: Kepler orbits with the symmetries of a 600-cellConsider a planet moving in an elliptical orbit. If you plot the velocity vector of the planet over the course of its orbit, it will trace out, not an ellipse, but a circle! It’s obvious that this is true for a planet in a circular orbit, but it takes a bit of work to see why it also holds for an elliptical orbit. For a circular orbit, the velocity circle is centred on the origin, but for an elliptical orbit the velocity circle is offset.You can read a detailed discussion of how this works here: you consider all the velocity circles that a planet might have while possessing the same total energy, it turns out that they are precisely the circles that can be generated by stereographic projection of great circles on a sphere in four-dimensional space. Imagine a sphere in R^4 sitting on a hyperplane, and call the point opposite the point where it touches the hyperplane the “pole” of the sphere. By drawing lines from the pole through
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