It was stated that 2 of the 7 planets that were discovered in the past year, which are said to be Earth-sized, could possibly survive.
NASA announced that it had discovered seven planets in the orbit of the Trappist-1 star outside the Solar System. Scientists who closely examine these planets have modeled the complex structure of the planets in the Trappist-1 star system. Scientists who study whether there are heat and water in each of them are the result of 6 of 7 planets modeled as ice or liquid water.
The next research was about the amount of heat on the planets‘ surface. It is stated that the temperature on planet D is about 15 degrees, which is very close to the average temperature in the world. The average temperature on planet E is similar to that of Antarctica, and it is estimated that a life on this planet can also occur.
The researchers wanted to model the orbits of these planets, but a detailed model could not be made because the orbits were egg-shaped. As a result, 2 of these 7 planets could be described as live conditions can be made.
Worldwide interpretations suggest that these two planets may be our future home and that we may be our new neighbors as a life form similar to life on Earth