According to NASA’s report, astronomers discovered that protoplanetary disk may push earth closer to their stars from the chaotic churn of hydrodynamic and gravitational forces. In addition to this, collisions and magnetic forces will also play a part in forcing the earth closer to their stars. Protoplanetary disk is a layer of gaseous and dusty particles that surrounds the outer ring of a planet as a planetary system that orbits around the planet.
As the protoplanetary slides into the leader style, the planets get into synch eventually sliding towards their respective stars. However, as far as planetary systems are concerned, different planets have got different planetary systems. For instance, the galaxy uses a very different planetary system from ours. The planetary system is what so ever determined by the constituent material on the surface of the planet that why each and every planet in our solar system have got different planetary system.
According to NASA’s Kepler spacecraft, Mercury having 88 days of orbiting hold the record for the planet with the smallest planetary system. However, during the exploration on space, the NASA’s Kepler spaceship discovered planets with the extra-large planetary system, the astronomers refer these planets to the super-earth as they orbit several times their stars every 10 days.
After these reports from the astronomers concerning g this super earths, now researches can perfectly understand how these unique planets are formed. After the recordings, a team lead by simulation experts compared the recorded results of the super earth’s planetary systems.
The team also discovered that this super-earth poses the same properties as the actual planetary system but larger. In the recording, the astronomers observed that the super-earths (large rocks) planets orbit close to their stars
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