Super Earth found in our galaxy: an ancient rock in space. Achcham is like our desire. That’s what super Earth scientists say. It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring. This new planet in our Milky Way is not what it is today. It is said to be a planet billions of years old.
That is, astronomers estimate that the planet is about 1000 billion years old. Moreover, this ancient planet (TOI-561b) is a rocky world 280 light years away from Earth. It is three times larger than Earth. It orbits the star in just 10.5 hours.
This 10 billion year old planet has been shining since the beginning of the major stars in our galaxy. It is thought to be twice as old as the Solar System. The Milky Way is about 12 billion years old.
According to TOI-561b certification, most rocky planets in the universe may have formed. TOI-561b is one of the oldest rocks. Based on this planet, astronomers estimate that there have been rocks since the beginning of the universe 14 billion years ago.
Rocks are said to have formed over the last 10 billion years. Probably a total of 12 billion years in the history of our galaxy. Astronomers have discovered three ancient rocks in our space: TOI-561b, TOI-561c, and TOI-561d. NASA explores the planets using the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TES), Space Telescope and Keck Observatory.