According to a new study, the Proxima Centauri (Proxima Centauri) is a planet with a mass that exceeds the Earth's mass, but can have a so-called super-Earth that is significantly inferior to the mass of the gas giant.
Proxima Centauri is the closest light to us with a weak red dwarf (after the sun). The star is about 4.2 light-years away from the southern constellation Centauri.
In 2016, a planet was drawn around the Proxima Centauri and was named Proxima b. The mass of this planet is more than 1.3 times the mass of the earth, and its circulation cycle is about 11 days.
The second planet near Proxima Centauri is called Proxima c. Published data is preliminary because its presence has not yet been fully identified and needs to be booked immediately.
Therefore, Proxima c is reported to exceed at least 6 Earth masses. The distance between this body and the parent star is about 1.5 times the distance between Earth and Sun.
The shelf life of Proxima c is estimated at about 1900 days. If a planet actually exists it represents a very cool world. However, it is necessary to emphasize again that all these data require confirmation.
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