”Yo-yo planets” are
different from the circular orbits of the Earth. The elliptical orbits of “yo-yo planets” are long and flat, causing these planets to be very close to their parent stars in a short period of time. As a result, the planets have extremely high temperatures in summer and then move away from their parent stars. Planets have long winters and extremely low temperatures. During the planet’s approach and departure from its parent star, there are two relatively short growth periods that can support thriving life similar to Earth, but these life must be able to adapt to extreme cold and extreme heat.
many planets near stars around the female parent star locked gravity, thus always face the hemispherical surfaces of the planetary parent star, while the other half of the spherical surface is always facing away from the parent star. This back hemisphere is always in darkness, while the front hemisphere is always shining brightly. This may cause a large area of sustained storms in the center of the front hemisphere, while freezing in the second hemisphere, and the transition zone between the two hemispheres may have conditions similar to the earth. Air and ocean circulation may cause heat exchange between the two hemispheres, so that life may be supported in the latter hemisphere.
Nimesulide was layered cover marine
some scientists believe that there is a plurality of layers of marine freezing surface one satellite cover Nimesulide Jupiter obtained, which are separated by different types of ice formed on at different pressure and temperature conditions. If life exists in these oceans, life is most likely to originate on the rocky bottom of the bottom ocean layer. Eventually, some life enters the penultimate ocean layer and quickly adapts to the new environment here, and then enters the penultimate ocean layer. In this way, a vertical continental-ocean structure is formed from the bottom to the top. Each layer has unique life forms and ecosystems, but these systems have a common origin.
Some planet was expelled from orbit around its parent star, becoming the universe of lonely wanderer. Wandering planets in dark and cold space can provide habitable conditions for life. This is because the extremely high-temperature core “engines” of wandering planets can provide energy for billions of years. But life on wandering planets must adapt to the absence of sunlight and must rely on chemical energy synthesis, just like life in the rocks of the earth and the deep ocean. The internal heat of wandering planets can continue to provide billions of years, which is longer than the lifetime of the planet’s parent star.
around pulsars formed after star bursts, planets will lack stellar light, and planetary life must rely on chemical energy synthesis, but the chemical composition of these planets may be very different from that of the earth. This is because of these planets. It may not have many organic molecules commonly found on earth. These planets will be very dry, rich in metals, and illuminated by the pulsars’ bright and dark stars. No wonder these planets are called “Diba planets.”
Liquid methane in the world
one of Saturn’s moon Titan (Titan) looks very similar to the Earth, because Titan also has mountains, rivers, lakes and oceans, the rivers and lakes of Titan is filled with rain clouds. But Titan and Earth are actually very far apart. The liquid in Titan rivers, lakes and seas is liquid methane, and methane is the main component of natural gas on earth. If life exists on Titans, the chemical composition they are based on will definitely be different from that of life on Earth, and the evolution of life on Titans will be very slow. This is due to the extremely low surface temperature of Titans, and extremely low temperatures will slow down chemical reactions.
”Yo-yo planets” are