The solar system is very flat, and all the planets are in the same plane. But this is not true of all star systems, especially planetary disks formed around multiple stars. On September 4, according to foreign media reports, < / P > < p > Orion GW galaxy has three stars. Researchers have observed the galaxy for 11 years with the very large telescope of the European Southern Observatory, and found that the three stars do not run in the same plane, which leads to the planet disk not flat, but curved, and separated from the inside of the planetary disk (close to the three stars) A misaligned ring of a planetary disk. The researchers believe that the conflicting gravity of the three stars destroys the planetary disk, and the observed inner ring shape matches the numerical simulation results, which further confirms this conjecture. < / P > < p > the researchers believe that any planet formed in a dislocated ring will orbit the star in a highly tilted orbit. Since more than half of the stars in the universe are born with one or more companion stars, this latest discovery heralds an exciting future: there may be many unknown exoplanets in the universe, orbiting stars in very oblique and distant orbits. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States