Nasa James Webb telescope Discovers Exoplanet orbiting 2 sun in 10000 years

The James Webb Space Telescope of the American space agency NASA has made another major discovery in distant space. James Webb has discovered an exoplanet that orbits two suns. Even in that, the planet takes 10,000 years to complete one rotation. The exoplanet discovered by the telescope is a giant red planet. Significantly, planets that revolve around stars other than the Sun are called exoplanets.

NASA According to the name VHS 1256b, this Planet It is located 40 light years away from Earth. It is very far from its Sun, for example, VHS 1256 b is 4 times as far from its Sun as the planet Pluto is from our Sun. It is an ideal planet for the James Webb telescope. The telescope can see it well, because the light of VHS 1256 b and its Sun does not mix together.

James Webb has discovered another important detail about VHS 1256b. This planet has the characteristics of silicate clouds and an atmosphere that is always changing. This study has been published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters. It has been estimated in the study that this planet is only 150 million years old and is ‘young’. Perhaps this is the reason why the atmosphere here is also turbulent.

A team analyzing data from the James Webb Space Telescope has found that the atmosphere of VHS 1256 b, where silicate clouds mix with each other, can reach temperatures of up to 830 degrees Celsius. The discovery of the exoplanet, named VHS 1256 b, is significant because it may provide important information for understanding the evolution of planets in our universe.