Astronomers Describe The System With Three Super-Earths
California Experts from the University of San Francisco provided detailed characteristics Wolf 1061 system, which is interesting in that it contains just three exoplanets, one of which is in the habitable zone. The results of the work accepted for publication in the journal Astrophysical Journal. Star Wolf in 1061 is located 14 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Ophiuchus, and is one of the nearest stars to the Solar System. Its three planets fit the definition of super-Earths, ie have a mass between one and 10 Earth masses. One of these planets, by Wolf 1061s, is located in the habitable zone, ie at a distance from the star, which makes possible the existence of the world of liquid water.