A NASA associate scientist discovered a special exoplanet

A year outside the Solar System with the symbol TOI-2180-B is 261 days.

WASHINGTON: Paul Delba, a citizen scientist at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), a NASA volunteer contributor, has three times the mass (mass) of Jupiter, the giant planet in our solar system.

NASA sources said that the planet outside our solar system with the sign TOI-2180-B is 379 light-years away from Earth. The mass of the parent star of this planet (the planet which revolves around the star is called the parent star) is equal to the mass of our Sun. Planets outside our solar system are called exoplanets by astronomers.

Thus this giant planet has been discovered on the basis of the information received by our (NASA) Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite. Paul Delba, a NASA citizen scientist and astronomer at the University of California Riverside in the United States, reported that the exoplanet, which was labeled TOI-2180-B, was a giant sphere of air.

At the same time, the mass of this planet is more than three times the mass of Jupiter. In other words, the force of Jupiter, which has a total of 79 satellites, is 317.83 times greater than that of our Earth. According to our computer model, the mass of this new and giant planet is likely to be 105 times greater than the mass of Earth.

However, the surprising thing is that the diameter of this planet orbiting farthest from Earth is equal to the diameter of Jupiter. This means that this exoplanet is a very dense planet and has become a subject of research and study for astronomers.

Astronomers around the world want to research and study the planet TOI-2180-B because it has a year of 261 days. Its average temperature is 170 °F (76.66 °C).