Another 15 exoplanets "coming out" which may have a planet surface water

The picture shows the description of exoplanets relevant analytical data Source: US Space Network Technology Daily Beijing March 21 (Reporter Liu Xia) According to the US Space Network reported on the 20th, catcher planet Kepler telescope twilight years and make new contributions。 Recently, Japanese scientists use observations and ground-based observations of Kepler data, we found 15 new planets around red dwarfs running, and wherein a surface of the planet may have liquid water。
  In the new study, the researchers used the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Kepler Space Telescope observations K2 task and Xiaweiyisi Baru telescope, data Spain Nordic Optical Telescope (NOT) and other ground-based telescopes collect found The 15 exoplanet。 Red dwarfs are some of the mass of the Sun.% 50% Dark Star。
  In the far distance around the red dwarf star K2-155 200 light-years of Earth, the team found three extrasolar planets, each planet is slightly larger than the stars。 They are most interested in, the system's outermost planet K2-155d, times the Earth's radius is about, it may be located in the star's habitable zone。
Further, the team by known data, K2-155d modeled in a three dimensional simulation of weather, Fengyun found that liquid water may contain exoplanets。
  Although this conclusion exciting, but also offers some possibilities, but researchers are still cautious, they think, need further analysis in order to confirm this finding。   The latest study leader, Tokyo Institute of Technology researcher Hirano Teruyuki said: a red dwarf star system, in particular the coldest red dwarf, only recently began to be favored by scientists, they are the future of the Department of objective study of the outer planets, they should conduct a thorough investigation。   Transit NASA exoplanet surveys measuring Satellite (TESS) will be launched in April this year, the spacecraft is expected to provide higher accuracy for researchers to find distant planets can support life survival。 Teruyuki Hirano said: TESS is expected to find many candidate planets around bright stars near Earth, which will greatly facilitate follow-up observations, including the investigation of the precise orbit of the planet's atmosphere and determine the planets, etc.。