NASA presented a virtual tour of ekzoplaneta
Only three exoplanets, and many of the images are fiction.
A private travel Agency called “Exoplanet exploration” for fans of space submitted experts at the American space Agency NASA. Scientists have developed a program and website where you can make a “unforgettable journey on a distant planet.”
Guess what? There’s ZERO traffic on alien worlds.
This #MemorialDayWeekend take some “me time” outside of the solar system with @PlanetQuest”s Exoplanet Travel Bureau.
All aboard! ⇢ https://t.co/EvK0m2f49tpic.twitter.com/pKLPG8OnVl
— NASA JPL (@NASAJPL) May 25, 2018
All developers are invited to learn more about three exoplanets, which are outside the Solar system: Kepler-186f (located at a distance of 492 light-years from Earth), Kepler-16B (200 light years from Earth), and TRAPPIST-1e (40 light years from Earth).
Virtual tour is a panoramic image that revolves 360 degrees.
For example, scientists believe that the planet TRAPPIST-1e is composed entirely of water, and Kepler-16B is located next to two major stars, but because what is on its surface, will cast two shadows.
Perhaps sometime we can visit these planets and see how they look in reality, but in the meantime take a look at what is.
Need a little space this #MemorialDay?
Take a trip outside the solar system with @PlanetQuest”s Exoplanet Travel Bureau. All aboard! ⇢ https://t.co/EvK0m2wFy3 pic.twitter.com/SkVFcRxMOp
— NASA JPL (@NASAJPL) May 28, 2018
Are you looking for an exotic destination to visit this summer? Why not take a virtual trip to an Earth-size planet beyond our solar system with interactive using NASA’s Exoplanet Travel Bureau? Info: https://t.co/DiEiwZnS6B | Explore exoplanets here: https://t.co/rIeHeIIifp @NASAJPL pic.twitter.com/Twg105flgX
— The SETI Institute (@SETIInstitute) May 26, 2018