topmain

HOTELS IN CHINA AND ASIA

CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE HOTEL RESERVATION

IT IS INTERESTING!

Solar system has two stars - is a proved the organic molecules on Pluto PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 January 2012 17:30

A team of researchers from Southwest Research Institute under the direction of Alan Stern announced about the discovery of molecules of complex organic substances on the surface of Pluto. This discovery was made on the basis of data, obtained with a high-UV spectrograph, COS (Cosmic Origins Spectrograph), which is set in the famous Hubble Space Telescope. In particular, Alan Stern says, that the spectrum of Pluto is characterized by the presence of lines, which are typical for complex organic molecules, in particular nitrile. While it is difficult to say, what the cause of creation on the surface of a distant planet Pluto as a complex organic compounds, that are the basis for the emergence of biological life, as the hypothesis suggests, that complex organic molecules could have formed as a result of being in the solar system the neutron star, a powerful radiation of neutron star leads to the formation of organic molecules on the surface of Pluto and other far dwarf planets in the solar system, known as the most-contaminated organic molecules were not asteroids from the Kuiper Belt, but- the dwarf planets, which move along strongly elongated ellipses, moving away from the Sun at a distance of 20-30 times more Pluto, dwarf planet Sedna once struck by NASA scientists for its "red spectrum", probably because of the presence of organics on the surface, the planet moves away from the Sun at a distance 30 times farther away, than Pluto, where solar radiation is very low, so is not acting solar radiation, but the radiation of the other star in the solar system. This discovery again to revive the debate, that our solar system has at least two stars.


НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ПРОСМОТРА ВСЕГО СПИСКА НОВОСТЕЙ О НЕОБЫЧНЫХ ЯВЛЕНИЯХ>>>

CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL LIST OF UNUSUAL PHENOMENA NEWS>>>

 

Add comment


 

SHARE ON: