United States observatory astronomers have found the HR8799c solar system, a 179-year-old giant light in the atmosphere with no water and methane. Today's technology does not determine life's existence, despite some acceptable planetary conditions.
At the Keck Observatory, next to Mauna Kea volcano in the state of Hawaii, The Astronomical Journal announced the analysis of exoplanet images obtained in 2008 and technological analysis. The light that reflects this body was determined by the composition of the atmosphere.
The proportion of gas is the hope that lived on this planet, but more factors such as temperatures, dancing, are still unknown.
The star system located in the Pegasus constellation HR8799 star system has four giant planets, respectively, HR8799c.
Dimitri Mawet, a NASA astronomer and author of the discovery, explained a combination of optical adaptive telescope to correct the effect of cloud images produced on the Earth's atmosphere, a "light spectrometer" resolution.
"We will use this type of technology in the future, to look for signs of life like Earth's like planets. We have not yet achieved this goal, but we are in that direction," said Mawet.