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Planet GJ667Cc can harbor life
Di: Dott. M. Lunetta
Abstract: By using data from the Kepler space telescope, a team of scientists announced, at February 3, 2012, the discovery of a planet 22 light-years away. According to Steve Vogt, a co-discoverer at the University of California, Santa Cruz, “we have the technology today to send a Droid cell phone out the telltale signs of life, but it would take about 200 years, plus another 20 to send the picture back”. At this point we must mention the opportunity recently created by our theoretical conclusion thru manipulation of electrodynamics.
Résumé: Moyennant l’ usage des donnés du telescope spatial Kepler, une équipe de scientistes announça, à 3 de frévier 2012, la découverte d’un planète à 22 années-lumière de distance. Selon Steve Vogt, un co-découvreur de l’Université de Californie, Saint Croix « nous avons aujourd’hui la technologie necessaire pour envoyer one télegramme Droid pour révéler signes de vie, mais il faudra presque 200 années pour envoyer photo de retour ». En ce point nous devons mentionner l’opportunité récemment créée par notre conclusions théoriques, moyennant la manipulation de l’électrodynamique.
Key words : planet GJ667Cc; triple star system; Kepler space telescope; Magellan II telescope; habitable zone; superluminal carrier; photon acceleration, Schrödinger equation; Poynting vector.
A. Some data of planet GJ667Cc :
Mass mGJ ≈ 4.5 mT ;
Orbital period P ≈ 28.2 days;
Energy absorbed by its star ≈ 90% of energy absorbed from Earth by Sun; but most of it is in the infrared, so much more would be absorbed by the planet;
Nature of surface: made of Earthlike rocks;
Planet can support water in life-friendly liquid form;
Distance from Earth: 22 light years ≈ 209 trillion Km;
Rich in heavy chemical elements such as: Fe, C, Si;
Surface temperatures: similar to Earth;
Planet is orbiting within a star’s “habitable zone”;
Atmosphere of planet is wet, but some uncertainties exist;
Planet inside a triple-star system is rare enough by itself.
Astronomers Steven Vogt and Eugenio Rivera from the University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC), led by Guillerme Anglada-Escudé and Paul Butler of the Carnegie Institution for Science.
C. The researchers used data from the European Southern Observatory and analyzed it with a new-data analysis method, incorporating measures from the VM Keck Observatory’s High Resolution Echelle Spectrograph and the new Carnegie Planet Finder Spectrograph at the Magellan II Telescope.
A. Steven Vogt said(1):
“What’s most exciting of all about GJ667Cc is not just that it’s a super-Earth in its star’s habitable zone, nor that it was found in a solar system when planets have no right to be. It’s that this new world is impressively close to our own Earth. The great majority of exoplanets known to date have been found by the Kepler space probe but most of these are hundreds of light years away…
…GJ667Cc is a mere 22 light years away-practically next door-and why the planet can’t be seen directly yet, it’s not impossible that the next generation of ground or space telescope could take readings of it atmosphere to look for telltale signs of life…In the world of exoplanet science, the improbable things don’t seem to stay improbable for very long”.
B. Anglada-Escudé said(2):
“This planet is the new best candidate to support liquid water and, perhaps, life as we know it”. He explained: “With the advent of a new generation of instruments, researchers will be able to survey many M dwarf stars for similar planets and eventually look for spectroscopic signatures of life in one of these worlds”.
C. Chris Tinney(3) co-author, from the University of New South Wales in Sydney said:
“It lies in the region that we call the ‘habitable zone’-if it was a rocky planet that looks just like the Earth, it would be just the right distance from its star to have the right temperature to host liquid water. And the liquid water is seen as essential pre-condition for the development of life”…
About situation energetic exposed at the end of paragraph A., Tinney said:
“This means that overall the planet absorb about the same amount of energy from the Sun: so that would give the planet the right temperature, if it is a rocky surface and a wet atmosphere, to host liquid water. If it’s rocky, it would look quite red, probably look like a sunset”…About atmosphere he added: “We can’t work out atmosphere. It could be rocky, and it would be somewhat larger than the Earth if it had the same density, or it could be very small version of Neptune, then it could be life as we don’t know it.”
The study developed in Ref.4 was a contribution for paying attention to the more and more urgent necessity of reaching technical means that allow, thru suitable devices, a deeper knowledge of the universe.
In the case of recently discovered planet GJ667Cc the possibility of having at disposal devices of transmitting and receiving electromagnetic messages at superluminal velocity must be considered of extreme importance in view of the strong evidence that such a planet can harbor life.
1Steven Vogt, Super-Earth GJ667Cc 22 Light Years away,Science, Space February 06,2012.
2Guillem Anglada-Escudé, New planet may support liquid water,COSMOS magazine, February 08, 2012.
3Chris Tinney, Looks like a sunst, Ibidem.
4M. Lunetta, Manipulation of electrodynamics, submitted for publication in P.E., October 08, 2009.