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Discovery of 300 new planets away from the solar system

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Discovery of 300 new planets away from the solar system

The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) claims to have discovered at least 300 or at most 366 new planets away from our own solar system.

Behind such an extraordinary discovery is the software algorithm that identifies planets based on artificial intelligence and data. It should be noted that the algorithm was developed by UCLA itself. The details of these discoveries are also very interesting because a solar system has also been found which has one sun and two gas giant-sized planets the size of Saturn (Saturn). Gas giants are planets that are as solid as Earth, but are wrapped in unusual gases. An example of this is the planet Jupiter.

All such planets are called exoplanets because they exist outside our solar system. Their study will help to understand the formation of the planets themselves and the evolution of the universe. The planet has been discovered by John Zinc, a recent PhD scholar at UCLA, and has been used by international astronomers. The software contains images and data of thousands of planets, after which it has been trained enough to point to a planet in a distant universe beyond the solar system.

According to John Zinc, these planets will now be examined individually, after which more astonishing discoveries may be made.

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The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) claims to have discovered at least 300 or at most 366 new planets away from our own solar system.

Behind such an extraordinary discovery is the software algorithm that identifies planets based on artificial intelligence and data. It should be noted that the algorithm was developed by UCLA itself. The details of these discoveries are also very interesting because a solar system has also been found which has one sun and two gas giant-sized planets the size of Saturn (Saturn). Gas giants are planets that are as solid as Earth, but are wrapped in unusual gases. An example of this is the planet Jupiter.

All such planets are called exoplanets because they exist outside our solar system. Their study will help to understand the formation of the planets themselves and the evolution of the universe. The planet has been discovered by John Zinc, a recent PhD scholar at UCLA, and has been used by international astronomers. The software contains images and data of thousands of planets, after which it has been trained enough to point to a planet in a distant universe beyond the solar system.

According to John Zinc, these planets will now be examined individually, after which more astonishing discoveries may be made.

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