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“Every year, you are without charlatans.” A researcher in astronomy: There is no such thing as horoscopes

“Every year, you are without charlatans.” A researcher in astronomy: There is no such thing as horoscopes

Dr. Essam Hajji, a researcher in space and astronomy, considered that horoscopes and astronomy are just absurd, and have nothing to do with daily life and personal relationships, and have nothing to do with planets, stars and galaxies.

The constellations have nothing to do with the planets

Hajji said on his personal page on the social networking site “Facebook”: “As a researcher specializing in the field of space sciences and astronomy for 25 years, there is no such thing as constellations, and planets, stars and distant galaxies have nothing to do with your boring daily life, your hesitant personal decisions, and your frequent emotional mistakes.”

Hajji added: “Your luck in 2022 is the lessons you learned in 2021, and nothing else.”

170 displaced planets

It is reported that astronomers have found near the sun a number of between 70 and 170 displaced planets that are comparable to Jupiter in terms of their size.

This was reported by a spokesman for the European Southern Laboratory ESO, citing the scientific journal Nature Astronomy.

Scientists have found in the interstellar region not far from Earth a few dozen cold and not bright space bodies, the origin of which is not yet clear.

Some believe that displaced planets are planets that have been hurled out of star systems by various gravitational interactions. Others believe that they are small brown dwarfs, as failed stars.

Near the solar system, astronomer Herve Bowie of Purdue University and his colleagues have discovered a not small number of displaced planets, between 70 and 170 planets.

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cradle of stars

This discovery was made as a result of observing the so-called “cradle of stars” as a gas cloud located on the border between the constellations of Scorpio and Snake and away from the sun at a distance of 390 light years.

After analyzing thousands of space images in the cradle of stars, scientists discovered more than 70 clear space objects in the infrared frequencies that changed their positions over the past decades, but are still almost invisible against the background of nebulae and major stars.

The share of planets displaced within the gas cloud is 4.5%. Scientists hope to be able to understand why so many stray planets form in the interstellar region.