Abstract

COJ Electronics & Communications

Planets in Milky Way

  • Open or CloseManu Mitra*

    Department of Electrical Engineering, USA

    *Corresponding author: Manu Mitra, Department of Electrical Engineering, Bridgeport, USA

Submission: January 29, 2019;Published: February 26, 2019

Abstract

It is estimated that there are around one hundred billion galaxies in the universe and that number is likely to increase to around two hundred billion since universe is constantly expanding. This review paper discloses about few planets of one hundred billion or more planets in the galaxy; including habitable (which means there could be liquid water on their surface) zone and planet orbit including dwarf planets that are closer to Earth. Planetary data is also documented.

Keywords: Planets; Stars; Galaxy; Habitable zone; Dwarf planets; Planetary data

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