Scientists have discovered two new planets orbiting an ancient star near our Sun and one of them may have liquid water on its surface, a key ingredient to support life.
As you sip your cup of tea on a chilly morning, an enormous ring of dust and gas - encircling a distant star - may be giving births to new planets at this very moment.
Public will now be able to submit their own suggestions on what to call new discoveries in space, IAU, which is responsible for naming planets, stars and other celestial bodies, has announced.
A star thought to have passed the age at which it can form planets may in fact be creating new worlds, according to researchers.
For the first time, scientists have observed the birth of two giant planets emitting gas as they orbit their parent star.
Scientists using an intra-galactic speed gun have detected five new planets, relatively close to Earth.
An international research team of astronomers have discovered three new planets- each orbiting its own giant, dying star –outside our solar system.
An international team, including scientists from the University of Oxford, has discovered 10 new planets.
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Day in Pics: 25th April
Showbiz World - April 25, 2015