A very good news has come from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, which has raised a new hope related to the discovery of Proxima B.
A very good news has come about the new and massive James Webb Space Telescope from the US space agency NASA. Astronomers say that the telescope may find evidence of artificial light on Earth’s closest planet Proxima B.
A study has been done by the team of many other astronomers including Harvard’s Astronomer Ivy Leob. The study has revealed that this optical telescope can find evidence of LED light on Proxima B. Proxima B is located just 4.2 light years away from Earth. Which was discovered in the year 2016 and is considered to be a kind of rocky surface planet, which is larger than the Earth.
Some scientists even say that water is present here. This planet revolves around the Red Dwarf star Proxima Centauri. Just as the Moon has an impact on the Earth, so does the effect of a star on Proxima. Due to which one part of it is always towards the light and the other is in the dark.
Astronomer Lieb (Avi Loeb), who is often in controversy, believes that a civilization may have put glass or LED shining lights to illuminate its cities. He said that by using the James Webb Telescope’s infrared device, the signals of LED light waves in the light from the planet and the nearby star, he could find out about that artificial light.
However, it will only be possible if the light is present. So far, the scientists suspect that such light exists here. Professor Leob has been giving suggestions on the presence of aliens and ways to find them for decades. Even before Proxima B, some rodeo signals were decoded, which were later reported to be from natural sources.
This telescope will be launched on 31 October this year (Proxima B LED Light). The team is trying to find out whether there is artificial light in the dark part of the planet with the help of the composing light curves of the planet Proxima B and its star. Now it will have to be seen how accurate this estimate of scientists turns out.