Astronomers were watching a dwarf star closely. Meanwhile, there was a small movement of light from the dwarf star. Researchers now speculate that the planet responsible for this may have favorable conditions for life. Astronomers are now hoping for extraterrestrial life on the dwarf star Rose 508, 36.5 light-years from Earth, and on a planet four times the size of Earth.
The planet is at a safe distance from the star. This means that the Earth’s surface is more prone to rocks and soils than gases. The planet is named Rose 508b. The dwarf star and related planet were discovered by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ)’s Subaru telescope in Hawaii.
You know life is here because the earth is at a safe distance from the sun. Earth is located in a region where water is neither too hot nor too cold. The habitable zone is the region around the stars where life is most likely to exist. Not all planets in the habitable zone need life in this way. For example, our Mars is in the habitable zone according to statistics, but to date no life has been found on Mars. However, planets in the habitable zone of other stars are considered by scientists to be the possibility of extraterrestrial life.