Google’s AI & NASA Has Combinedly Discovered A New Solar System
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Google AI Helped Find The Very First Solar System Outside Ours

NASA’s search for other world has some interesting findings

NASA today announced the existence of a new solar system having as many planets as ours. The discovery was backed by Google’s AI that helped in exploring the existence of Kepler 90. The brand new solar system Kepler-90 system has eight planets like our own solar system.

Google explained the discovery of the solar system using the same tool it had used to identify cats & dogs in photographs to mine through the data collected by Kepler over four years of its mission. Google’s neural network has helped in finding out Kepler-90 i. The tool has also found out Kepler-80 g as the smallest planet in the solar system.

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Talking about the specification of the planets, Kepler-90 has more mass than the sun owing to the fact it is slightly hotter & larger as well. Nevertheless, Kepler-90 resembles our own starts in a number of ways. Although Kepler-90 is the smallest planet orbiting the sun and has no signs of hospitalizing the life. The planet’s surface is rocky having a surface temperature of 800 degrees Fahrenheit, making it difficult for lives to flourish there.

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As per NASA’s prediction, Kepler-90 could host more planets than we know about. The giant experimental center has clearly predicted the existence of planets that we do not know about. Google’s AI has only experimented 670 stars from a huge count of 200, 000, which were observed by Kepler. The discovery thus says that there is a massive possibility of discovering more planets with the help of the data that Google’s AI has discovered in current finding.

Google AI has become a prominent tool for astronomy discoveries owing to its exceptional features. The Kepler space telescope is another exceptional tool that scientists have increasingly turned to mine impressive findings through typically low-priority data in our solar system.

Neha Baluni
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Being a Senior Technical Writer at MobileAppDaily, Neha Baluni loves jotting down her piece of opinion for the advancing technology in mobile app world. Having a journalism background, she is a writer by day and a reader by night. Her passion for writing covers different categories of technical and non-technical genre. In addition to writing, Neha loves traveling a lot.

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