NASA uses “robots” to find more than 300 “new planets”

In the “robot” era, we will always see the news of “robots” here and there in the media.

except “Robot” that are already used on earth Latest news about “Robot” as far as space
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (United States of America) or NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has revealed that
NASA is using new technology to confirm the discovery. Over 300 new “exoplanets” or Exoplanets!
Exoplanets is “planet” at “Orbiting other stars” that is not “Sun” Yes
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which before the last discovery NASA confirmed the discovery “Exoplanet” It came before, with more than 4,600 stars.
It was also stated that the discovery “planet” Like many more than 1,000 stars!
However, the exact number has not been confirmed. is due to NASA said that there still needs to be more research
such information Processed by artificial intelligence or AI (Artificial Intelligence) using machine learning called ExoMiner that has been trained to learn the job. by inputting huge amounts of data into Big Data
Jon Jenkins
Professor Dr. Jon Jenkins // www.nasa.gov
Professor Dr. Jon Jenkins exoplanet scientist research center Ames of NASA in the state California stated that ExoMiner It is advanced, superior to the system. Machine Learning other used to identify “Exoplanet” in the past very much

“Our machine learning systems are researched, developed and tested by NASA researchers and international space partners. which has been published in the journal The highly respected Astrophysical Journal.” Prof. Dr. Jon Jenkins Krachun.

Professor Dr. Jon Jenkins stated that the team of NASA There is a plan to build on the success of ExoMiner by expanding the system to be wider
“NASA’s objective is to collect data from TESS and our state-of-the-art telescopes. The aim is to find more new exoplanets,” said Professor Dr. Jon Jenkins.
way NASA will use Machine Learning This is to verify all information. to specify the location of “Exoplanet” Others from similar traits that can be co-identified with those planets.
Kepler
Artist concept. A crop of more than 100 planets, discovered by NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, includes four in Earth’s size-range orbiting a single dwarf star. Two of these planets are too hot to support life as we know it, but two are in the star’s “habitable” zone, where liquid water could exist on the surface. These small, rocky worlds are far closer to their star than Mercury is to our sun. But because the star is smaller and cooler than ours, its habitable zone is much closer. One of the two planets in the habitable zone, K2-72c, has a “year” about 15 Earth-days long—the time it takes to complete one orbit. This closer planet is likely about 10% warmer than Earth. On the second, K2-72e, a year lasts 24 Earth days, this slightly more distant planet would be about 6% colder than Earth. // www.nasa.gov
However ExoMiner powered by information gathered from Big Data of NASA all from the past to the present to confirm and distinguish “planet” that could be “Exoplanet”

“Such a system It was designed in the same way that all NASA experts have ever seen. with the process used to confirm the discovery A new ‘exoplanet’, concludes Professor Dr. Jon Jenkins.

Professor Dr. Jon Jenkins It pointed out that the system would provide much-needed help for the next generation of scientists.
“NASA’s space telescopes have gathered information about 1000’s of planets, which in the past we’ve had to put in a lot of effort to study so many stars,” said Professor Dr. Jon Jenkins.
ExoMiner is designed and developed to reduce the burden on humanity. and will receive further enhancements To add more “accuracy” in identifying new “exoplanets” in the future as well, concluded Professor Dr. Jon Jenkins.
TESS
NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has completed its two-year primary mission and is continuing its search for new worlds. Watch to review some of TESS’s most interesting discoveries so far. // www.nasa.gov
For space circles, identifying and confirming the discovery “Exoplanet” too “telescope” That is very difficult!
because of the brilliant light of the millions of stars that they orbit around often obscure vision, therefore NASA One must look for the moment when the star’s light level is as dim as possible. Whether it’s the time when other planets pass in front of that star.
NASA use “telescope” 2 space characters to confirm “Exoplanet” Many 1,000 stars, especially suddenly when “Space Telescope” Kepler into space in 2009
which Kepler has been on the mission until October 2018. At that time NASA has announced that it will retire Kepler Because the spacecraft does not have enough fuel for other scientific missions.

so “Space Telescope” another, which is named Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite or TESS therefore came to receive the wood for the mission instead
NASA launched TESS into space in April 2018 to build on Kepler’s observations, and TESS is currently operating in deep space.
that NASA announced that it has used “Robot” in search “New Planet” More than 300 stars are the result of confirmation of NASA about “Exoplanet” A new star based on data gathered by space telescopes. Kepler there


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