As the zest of humans for unveiling the dynamics of the universe keeps on increasing, the universe puzzles us every time with a new mystery. An article published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, brings ahead a specular discovery. It focuses on the research of an astronomical team. Diez Alonso let the team from the front. Diez hails from the Spanish University of Oviedo. The astronomical squad under the guidance of Diez closely monitored the research data of the Kepler Telescope. The analysis of the data revealed the presence of two new planetary systems. Also, the Kepler Telescope data also shows the existence of three Earth-sized planets.
One of those planetary systems is at a distance of about one hundred and sixty light-years from the sun. It is presumed to be comprised of three rocky planets. The radii of these three planets are approximated to be equivalent to that of our Earth. The mass of the three rocky planets equals to 1.4, 0.9 and 1.3 concerning the mass of Earth. The celestial bodies are found to move around a red dwarf and with the subsequent orbital periods of about 5.24, 7.78, and 10.1 days. The effective temperature of the star is approximated at around three thousand four hundred and fifty Kelvin. This temperature is about one and a half times less in comparison with Sun.
The focal point of the second planetary system marks the presence of another red dwarf. This red dwarf carries an effective temperature of about three thousand eight hundred Kelvin. Such a temperature is not compatible for life survival. When you have a close look at the second planetary system, you will find two super-Earths revolving around the red dwarf. Both super-Earths are twice as massive as our planet and about five times heavier than it.
The future endeavors focus on the examination of the atmospheric features and composition of these two planetary systems.