Exciting findings discovered in search of aliens
Aliens have always been a matter of curiosity for humankind and now we have new findings.
Space and aliens have been a matter of curiosity for humankind. James Webb, the most powerful space telescope ever, has captured an unprecedented predator of a young star system that contains clues to the existence of extraterrestrial life.
New findings have been found in search of aliens
Abundant carbon has been discovered around this star, named J160532, which is located 500 light-years from Earth. This is an important clue to the search for life in space. Observations shed light on the habitability of planets that form around red dwarf stars, which are much smaller and more common than stars like the Sun.
Using the James Webb Space Telescope, which was launched late last year and monitored by NASA, astronomers focused on the disk of gas and dust swirling around J160532.
A red dwarf, this star is only 15 percent the size of the Sun. The term red dwarf is used to classify stars that are small and relatively cool. J160532 is estimated to be several million years old. On the other hand, the lifespan of red dwarfs can reach trillions of years. This means that J160532 is more of a young star.