jueves, 2 de marzo de 2017

Trappist-1, here we go!

Students of 1st ESO bilingual read this article about Trappist-1 and they wrote the following reports with their awesome conclusions.


The astronomers discovered seven Earth-sized planets found orbiting nearby a star. The astronomers of NASA discovered these seven planets. The name of the star that these planets orbit is Trappist-1. They are 39 light years away from the Earth (so we would last 39 years to arrive there if we could travel to the speed of light)

We can travel to that system. Because if we put in he rocket a woman and a man older than 20 years and a boy and a girl 5 years old. The boy and the girl grow in the rocket and when the are adults thy make a baby and this process repeats and they can arrive to Trappist-1 planets.

Trappist-1 has planets in the habitable zone, this means that it has planets in an area that they can have water in the three states and a good temperature for life to develop. Scientists think that there could be life there because it is in a zone that has all the conditions for water to exist.
Inés Lobato
Hugo Gutierrez
Abel García
Lucía Armesto


Do you think there isn't life in other planets? You probably are wrong, because the NASA found a Solar System with planets like the Earth.

Scientist of the NASA discovered that on Thursday 23rd of February of 2017.

The name of the star is Trappist-1 and we can´t travel to it because is 39 light years away from here, but if the science advances in that point we can travel in the future.

It has got 3 planets in the habitable zone, an habitable zone is the zone where the life could exist because there could be water in three states. 
Raquel Alba
Helena Muñoz
Leslie García
Gabriel López

Resultado de imagen de hola trappist-1

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario