The Milky Way, which has always been intriguing for astronauts around the world, has shown some traces where the scientists have found 5 Earth-sized planets.
British scientists’ discoveries may lead to a thought of a possibility of life on this distant star of the Milky Way galaxy.
These astero-seismologists are led by the University of Birmingham. The planets they have discovered are 5 in number and their sizes vary between those of Mercury and Venus. With regards to the Nasa Keplar mission, the Sun-like star has been named Kepler-444.
Kepler-444 was formed as early as 11.2 billion years ago. This was when the Universe was less than 20% its current age. The oldest known system of terrestrial-sized planets in our Galaxy, this is almost 2 and a half times older than the Earth.