In the milky Way is 6 billion analogues of the Earth

According to the authors of the ongoing study, based on modeling and information previously completed the work of Kepler telescope the calculations set an upper limit 0,18 earth view of a star similar to the Sun. In this case, as known to the experts, the milky Way galaxy has up to 400 billion stars, where 7% of the solar analogues. Based on this, astronomers have concluded that near about six billion suns may be Earth-like planets.

It is also noted that at the moment these space objects are, with high probability, unattainable for earthly telescopes, because have very small size and are located at a large distance from their own stars. This situation indicates that the currently available list of extrasolar worlds contains a small number of analogues of the Blue planet, is actually concentrated in already explored space and ground-based telescopes systems. Astronomers argue that the assessment of the prevalence of various types of exoplanets near stars of different types will give an opportunity to impose some restrictions on the hypotheses of the emergence and subsequent evolution of planets and undertake new missions for the research worlds.