Astronomers have discovered the first moon outside our solar system with the help of Hubble and Kepler space telescopes, orbiting a giant gaseous planet, 8,000 light years away. The planet located outside our solar system is called exoplanet and its moon, that is, the satellite is called ‘exomoon’.
According to an article published in ‘Science Advance’ magazine, this exomoon is unique due to its large size (compared to the diameter of Neptune). Researchers from the US-based Columbia University said that such a huge moon is not in our own solar system, but such 200 natural satellites have been listed.
David Kipling, assistant professor of astronomy at Columbia University, said that this is such a case when such a moon was detected out of our solar system. Kipling said that if it is confirmed later in the observation of Hubble telescope, then it can get important information about the development of the planetary system, and by this, it will again be on the principles related to the number of satellites constructed around the planet You can look at