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As seen from our vantage point on Earth, the two orbiting stars regularly eclipse each other every 7. One star is similar to the sun in size, but only 84 percent as bright. The second star is diminutive, measuring only one-third the size of the sun and less than one percent as bright. Two planets also eclipse, or transit, the host stars. The inner planet, Keplerb, orbits sistema binario 47 pair of stars in less than 50 days.
At three times the radius of Earth, it is the smallest known transiting circumbinary planet. Seen in the foreground, the outer planet, Keplerc, orbits its sistema binario 47 pair every days, placing it in the so-called sistema binario 47 zone," the sistema binario 47 in a planetary system where liquid water might exist on the surface of a planet.
While not a world hospitable for life, Keplerc is thought to be a gaseous giant, slightly larger than Neptune, where an atmosphere of thick bright water-vapor clouds might exist. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Summary [ edit ] Description Artist's concept illustrates Kepler, the first transiting circumbinary system. This artist's concept illustrates Kepler, the first transiting circumbinary system -- multiple planets orbiting two suns — 4, sistema binario 47 from Earth, in the constellation Cygnus.
The system was detected by NASA's Kepler space telescope, which measures minisucule changes in the brightness of more thanstars to search for planets that pass in front of or sistema binario 47 their host star.
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