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The planets circle a tiny,K. who was not involved in the study “In terms of transiting planets this is as close to the holy grail as we’ve ever seen” Team member Didier Queloz of the University of Cambridge says that the system known as TRAPPIST-1 will be “a major driver of the question of whether there is life in the universe” Says Thomas Henning director of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg Germany: “Imagine a solar system with seven planets like our own it’s just amazing” Many exoplanets searches have focused on sunlike stars in the hopes of finding an analog to our own solar system—unsurprising because it is the one system known to foster life But the team behind the Belgium-led TRAPPIST project (Transiting Planets and Planetesimals Small Telescope) took a different tack: They looked for planets that transit in front of dim dwarf stars by far the most numerous type of star in the Milky Way Starting in 2010 with a 06-meter robotic telescope at the European Southern Observatory’s (ESO’s) La Silla Observatory in Chile they quickly came across the star that came to be known as TRAPPIST-1 Transit surveys stare at stars watching for the telltale dip in brightness that occurs when an orbiting planet passes in front and blots out a tiny bit of light The duration of the dip determines the planet’s orbit while the depth of the dip determines the planet’s size Because dwarf stars are so small and dim transiting planets block a bigger proportion of the light—making the transits more apparent from Earth TRAPPIST-1 which is 39 light-years distant and just 8% the mass of the sun caught the team’s attention because it was obvious from multiple dips that more than one planet orbited the star Last May the team published in Nature the discovery of three Earth-sized planets in orbit around it Finding that many was “an amazing discovery” Henning says But there were more planets to come “There was a forest of transits” Queloz says “We could not make sense of it” The team used NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope along with observations from telescopes on Earth including ESO’s Very Large Telescope in Chile and others in Morocco Hawaii Spain and South Africa A final nearly continuous 20-day observation with Spitzer in September 2016 during which the team saw 34 transits allowed them to untangle the mess “Spitzer made all the difference” team member Emmanul Jehin of the University of Liège in Belgium told a press conference yesterday TRAPPIST-1’s planets may be Earth-sized but as a system it bears more resemblance to Jupiter and its largest moons ESO/O Furtak In a paper published today in Nature the team describes a tightly packed group of planets with orbits ranging from 15 to 123 days The dimness of the star means that despite the planets’ close orbits all seven could conceivably harbor liquid water on their surfaces Three are firmly in the “habitable zone” with enough starshine to have liquid water oceans as long as they have Earth-like atmospheres Their orbits are not random but appear to be in a so-called chain of resonance meaning that the orbital period of each planet is related to that of its neighbors by a ratio of small whole numbers For example for every eight orbits made by the innermost planet the next planet orbits five times while the next one out orbits three times Planets don’t form in such tidy arrangements which suggests that the TRAPPIST-1 planets were born in orbits farther out before migrating inward and becoming trapped in the stable resonant orbits Forming in the system’s colder outer regions where volatile compounds such as water and carbon dioxide freeze out makes it possible that the planets incorporated those ices and carried them along to a warmer place where they could melt evaporate and become oceans and atmospheres One question that hangs over these planets is whether they are rocky like Earth or gassy like mini-Neptunes A measure of their density would answer that question But for that astronomers need to know their mass—individual transit studies reveal only size However in the case of TRAPPIST-1 the team was able to estimate masses by watching for a subtle gravitational effect on the planets’ orbits Because the planets are bunched they exert a small gravitational pull when they pass by each other This occasional tug causes some transits to occur slightly later or earlier than expected By measuring these transit timing variations and performing some fearsome modeling of the system they were able to estimate the planets’ masses—and work out their densities They all seemed to be rocky The next question for astronomers: Do the planets have atmospheres and—if so—what are they made of Transits can reveal atmospheres because as a planet passes in front of its star atmospheric gases can absorb certain frequencies of the light passing through Such observations are pushing the spectroscopic powers of even the Hubble Space Telescope to its limits “Hubble is observing [the system] but it’s a little bit on the edge because of the size of the telescope” Queloz says So far the team has confirmed that neither of the two innermost planets has a thick envelope of hydrogen gas which is what you would expect if they were mini-Neptunes Realistically any detailed study of TRAPPIST-1’s atmospheres will have to wait for the launch of Hubble’s successor the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) due late next year With the frequent transits “you can just stare with JWST” Henning says He thinks the JWST will be able to tease out the composition of the planets’ atmospheres which has never yet been achieved for an Earth-sized exoplanet Discerning biomarkers—which could be a particular mixture of methane ozone and oxygen—within those atmospheres however will be “extremely challenging” Henning says “It’s a goal but may take longer than the next couple of years” It may also take the muscle of the next generation of extremely large telescopes on Earth which will debut next decade Researchers are prepared to wait a few more years for this perhaps the greatest prize in astronomy But the discovery of TRAPPIST-1 certainly gives them more hope that they will get there The TRAPPIST project was only a forerunner for a more concerted search for exoplanets around dwarfs called SPECULOOS which will rely on four 1-meter telescopes currently being installed at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in Chile Over the next few years it will survey a thousand such stars “Imagine how many similar systems may be out there” Madhusudhan says “The universe could be teeming with these things" But I’m reminded of that as the Nitish Kumar drama of quitting as Bihar chief minister and being reinstated in hours played out Researchers developed the measurements from data collected in 2015 during a black hole’s rare outburst of jets The original painting depicted an entire kingdom of people attempting to cross the Ganga” says Martin” says Martin “Of course last year at times (I) couldn’t do it 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Russia-based cybersecurity firm said in a statement which will help these vendors bring their popular smartphone models into smaller towns and cities Deaths foretold by the dying have become commonplace Facebook Reactions Once researchers are up to speed and submitting their manuscriptsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: June 15 2010 9:49 am Related News While on new releasesthere is tremendous speculation about the release date of Vipul Shah’s ambitious venture ACTION REPLAYY While the release date of Akshay starrers KHATTA MEETHA [23rd JulyPATIALA HOUSE [19th November and TEES MAAR KHAN [24th December have been lockedthe release date of ACTION REPLAYY continued to remain a mystery But Vipul has finally confirmed the date: It’s Diwali5th November Here’s a pertinent question: Will two Akshay starrers release in a span of two weeks This writer spoke to producer Mukesh Talreja [PATIALA HOUSE yet againwhile writing this news-pieceand he re-confirmed 19th November as the date of PATIALA HOUSE “We will have a joint meeting with Akshay and sort out the issue” Talreja states Soas of nowACTION REPLAYY will battle it out with GOLMAAL 3 on 5th November [Diwali Get ready for fireworks For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hansa Verma | New Delhi | Published: July 4 2017 2:18 pm Karbonn K9 Kavach 4G has been launched in India at Rs 5290 The highlight of the smartphone is it comes with BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) app pre-installed Related News Karbonn K9 Kavach 4G has been launched in India at Rs 5290 It will be available in three colour variants The highlight of the smartphone is it comes with BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) app pre-installed The app has been optimized for user experience and performance on the Karbonn K9 Kavach The company is also looking to add e-KYC Digilocker access to e-gov services P2P transactions from phonebook contextual payments on messenger apps as well as bill payments and utility services Karbonn K9 Kavach gets a 5-inch HD display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels The smartphone is powered by 125GHz Quad-core processor with 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM (expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card) K9 Kavach runs Android 70 Nougat “With this association lakhs of customers will be greeted with BHIM app in Karbonn smartphones Availability of BHIM in multiple languages will cater to people from distinct regions with ease This strategic partnership is a significant step towards providing acceptance tools for facilitating digital payments in India” said A P Hota Managing Director and CEO National Payments Corporation of India (NCPI) Karbonn K9 Kavach features a 5MP rear camera with autofocus and flash The front camera is also 5MP with flash This is a dual SIM smartphone that supports 4G VoLTE K9 Kavach is backed by a 2300mAh battery K9 Kavach comes with a fingerprint sensor as well The sensor can be used to make secure transactions K9 Kavach packs features like smart finger touch dialing locking device and apps as well as capturing images For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe ITER fusion reactor will fire up for the first time in December 2025 the 18-billion project’s governing council confirmed today The date for “first plasma” is 5 years later than under the old schedule and to get there the council is asking the project partners—China the European Union India Japan Russia South Korea and the United States—to cough up an extra 4 billion ($45 billion) “It is expected if there are no objections that we can approve [the schedule] by November and then we can move forward” says ITER director general Bernard Bigot ITER aims to show that it is feasible to fuse hydrogen nuclei together to form helium and thereby release enough excess energy to make a viable source of power To achieve that requires heating two hydrogen isotopes—deuterium (D) and tritium (T)—to temperatures above 100 million degrees Celsius ITER will feature an enormous vessel to contain the D-T plasma powerful superconducting magnets to confine it and elaborate particle accelerators and microwave generators to heat it The international consortium that is building the reactor has parceled out the construction work to hundreds of companies across the globe But the sheer complexity of the effort has led to delays and cost increases as researchers sought to finalize the design maintain standards and get the million-plus components delivered on time to the reactor site at Cadarache France Bigot was brought on in March 2015 to get the project back on track He presented a revised schedule to the council last November pushing back the first plasma from 2020 to 2025 and asking for an additional 46 billion for staff and equipment The council asked an independent panel to review the schedule and asked ITER management to cut costs The panel declared in April that the 2025 goal is technically feasible but warned that there was no slack in case of unexpected problems The council meeting yesterday and today rubberstamped the 2025 target and accepted a price tag of slightly under 4 billion down by 600 million Managers shaved off some of the cost of reaching first plasma by delaying the construction of some components—ones that aren’t needed for early experiments—until later dates ITER staff is now working on a staged approach in which a few years of experiments are followed by upgrades then more experiments and more upgrades and so on Early studies will use only hydrogen or deuterium for simplicity leaving the radioactive tritium for later That may end up delaying the first D-T experiments and increasing the overall cost but “it reduces annual cost for the partners and it was supported by all of them” Bigot says “They all feel more comfortable and there is no rush” The partners have agreed to the approach in principle while management works out the schedule in more detail The final decision will be made at the next council meeting in November The council also approved a boost in staff by 350 to 1050 and the domestic agencies—bodies in each partner that handle the industrial contracts to build components—will contribute 100 more The council also agreed to a proposal from the United States for more regular independent reviews of key project aspects because of considerable opposition to ITER in US Congress Bigot says these may occur every 6 months and will be tightly focused covering topics such as the project’s risk assessment and mitigation strategy or whether production of a critical component is moving fast enough With agreement coming together on the schedule and cost “the atmosphere is much more positive now compared with a year ago” Bigot says “There is a common will to make this project a success”paves the way for setting up a real estate regulatory authority that will register developers and vet real estate proposals.s new Model Real Estate 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