The discovery of an Earth-like planet with “strange” behavior in space


Astronomers discovered an exoplanet that lost its atmosphere billions of years ago, but obtained a new atmosphere through volcanic activity.

Scientists believe that the planet “GG 1132b”, appeared as a gas planet like Jupiter and Saturn, with an atmosphere of dense hydrogen.

The planet lost its atmosphere during the first hundred million years of its formation, due to the intense radiation of its host star, which revolves around it once every 1.6 days.

The planet reconfigured a new atmosphere due to volcanic activity on its surface, according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”.

Scientists from NASA and the University of Cambridge used the Hubble telescope and simulation models to explore how the planet lost its atmosphere and then restored it.

The new atmosphere consists of molecules of hydrogen, hydrogen cyanide, and methane, and also contains aerosol haze.

Paul Reimer of Cambridge University considered that the formation of the second atmosphere is a unique phenomenon that calls for study and investigation.

The scientists pointed to points of similarity between the Earth and the discovered planet, as they both have nearly similar masses, in addition to their estimated age of 4.5 billion years, in addition to their formation at the beginning of an atmosphere dominated by hydrogen.

The two planets were also very hot before they finally cooled, and the atmospheric pressure is similar on their surfaces.

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