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A new planet is discovered
11:30 20.07.2012
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Scientists have discovered a new planet at a distance of 33 light-years away, relatively close, which is smaller than earth.

Planet Earth's new neighbor is named UCF 1:01. Presumably, it is not a nice place. Surface temperature of 538 degrees Celsius, has no atmosphere, and the surface of the melt.

The sun does not shine on the new planet; however a small star is visible. Scientists presume the planet is impossible to live. “It is more perspective to find life on Mars, Jupiter, Moon or Saturn than there. However, it is quite possible that there could be living zones”, - one of the scientists said.  

“The discovery was absolutely accidental. There are signals that we are not able to explain yet”, - he added. 

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