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This new planet discovered is raising questions about the mysterious Nibiru. Has it surfaced? The lies of Nasa and other governmental space organizations are stating that this “new” planet is approximately 39 light years away when in reality it could be in our back yard. However, to keep suspicion down, it is “39 light-years” away.
With all the concerns and study afoot lately about distant planets, the new belief is that there may be another inhabited planet in our “study-range” system.
A newly discovered exoplanet has a lot of astronomers excited, and for good reason.
The exoplanet, dubbed GJ 1132b, is about the size of Earth and lives in a solar system roughly 39 light-years from Earth, a team of scientists reported in the November 12, 2015, issue of the journal Nature.
Furthermore, the exoplanet is the closest rocky Earth-sized exoplanet ever discovered, by far.
The next closest is about three times farther away.
GJ 1132b’s size and distance are what have astronomers like Drake Deming at the University of Maryland — who was not part of the study — saying that this planet is “arguably the most important planet ever found outside the solar system,” he told The Guardian.
The reason is because GJ 1132b is close enough for astronomers to point their telescopes at it and sniff out any traces of an atmosphere.
Jessica Orwig. “Astronomers are freaking out over this newly discovered Earth-sized planet — and for good reason.” Yahoo. . (2015): . . http://finance.yahoo.com/news/astronomers-freaking-over-newly-discovered-201319286.html
James Temperton. “Solar System's most distant object hints at hidden planet.” Wired. . (2015): . . http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2015-11/11/most-distant-object-solar-system-v774104