The European Space Agency (ESA) announced the launch of Cheops satellites, specializing in extrasols (exoplaneta) on the planet, from October 15 to November 14, 2019.
Kops will take Soyuz's carrier rockets in Kourou in Europe (French Guiana) and Arianespace's French company.
Satellites "will see the brightest stars in the most popular existence," the size of the planet extrasol, especially "Earth and Neptune".
"Not only does he know about the planet, Cheops will know exactly when and when he goes through exoplanet to record his star's album, the ability to see various transits of each planet will allow scientists to measure the size of small planets," he said. .
Currently, Cheops can "make final tests before the start of 2019" before declaring "environmental testing" at the ESA Technical Center in the Netherlands.
Within Soyuz, he will share space travel with another device, in this case one of the four satellites of the Italian constellation, Cosmo-SkyMed.
Shortly afterwards, "the two satellites separate at the same time in their orbit, Cheops operates at a 700-km altitude at a lower 700-km orbit".
The satellite will observe the bright star that knows each bright star. " (STOCK)