GJ 504b planet Zeeba? Believers get a new hope for friendly Zeeba ET/aliens
If you are the one who believes we Earthians are not all alone in the Universe, you must have been reading and hearing the news updates about aliens from Planet Zeeba. These aliens are known for visiting to the Earth from time to time to create awareness about the greenery and environmental balance on the Earth. Also, these aliens have been known as our savers who want to save us from the angry aliens from Planet Gootan. A recently found GJ 504b planet by Subaru telescope and team from NASA is being supposed to be the real Planet Zeeba. In this article, a basic understanding of GJ 504b and its discovery have been discussed.
What is Planet Zeeba (GJ 504b)?
Planet Zeeba, now also recognized as GJ 504b is a recently discovered pink planet that is located about 57 light years away from Earth. GJ 504b has been discovered by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center this year (2013). The GJ504b is the lowest mass planet ever discovered by direct imaging from telescope. The 8.2-meter Subaru Telescope is located at Mauna Kea Observatory, Hawai’i. The Jovian planet has a distance of about 44 times that of Earth from ‘its’ star 59 Virginis (or Sun). It is similar to the size of Jupiter, however, quite greater in terms of Jupiter’s mass.
What makes it important than other discoveries is Planet Zeeba is supposed to be the habitat of extraterrestrials who have been visiting to the Earth since a long. While we have no direct proofs of their presence on the Earth, a huge number of people from all over the World have claimed to see or be abducted by these aliens, called Zeebans from Zeeba.
The discovery of the most rumored alien planet is indeed a new confirmation of their existence for the people and scientists who believe. However, NASA or other space research organizations have not revealed any possibilities of life on this planet. Below is mentioned some key details released by NASA about GJ 504b.
NASA’s say on the discovery of Pink planet
- GJ 504b is expected to be of deep magenta color from the infrared data received from NASA’s Subaru telescope located in Hawai’i.
- The 59 Virginis star of GJ 504b is hotter than our Sun.
- GJ 504b’s Sun can be seen in the constellation Virgo without any telescopic device.
- The new found planet is 4x Jupiter’s mass and covers 9 times the distance covered by Jupiter while orbiting its star.
- The expected temperature of GJ 504b is around 237 degrees Celsius (or around 75 degrees Fahrenheit).
“If we could travel to this giant planet, we would see a world still glowing from the heat of its formation with a reminiscent of a dark cherry blossom, a dull magenta …”, says Michael McElwain, from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Centre, Greenbelt, Maryland.
Michael confirms the color of GJ 504b to be more bluish that other imaged planets from the data collected by near-infrared camera. “…which may indicate that its atmosphere has fewer clouds”, adds Michael.
New hopes from the discovery
While the temperature and expected atmospheric conditions of GJ 504b do not seem to be perfect for the presence of life, we cannot refrain from wondering about a different life form which has managed to exist and grow in such conditions. Also, the discovery of GJ 504b has also increased the possibilities of life on the other undiscovered planets in constellation Virgo, and we never know if a technologically advanced alien life form (may be Zeebans and Gootans) is present on some other near-GJ 504b planets which are yet to be discovered by we humans.