In the last two decades, humanity has discovered plenty of extrasolar planetary systems. The recent studies of planet and star information have shown that chemistry plays an inevitable role in both shaping systems and delivering water and organic species to the surfaces of nascent terrestrial planets. Recently, a planetary scientist named as Harry Coumnas has analyzed what our solar system could tell us about the formation and evolution of planetary systems. With the combination of knowledge and research, now he is finding the chemical composition of small bodies- asteroids- and large bodies- planets – to figure out of how solar systems and planets are formed.
In 2015, Harry Coumnas and other researchers investigated more into ingredients in planes necessary for the development of life. He explored the relative composition of carbon and nitrogen in each stage of star and planet formation. In our galaxy alone, there are around 10 billion stars and at least 10 million planets. estimates that we would be able to collect evidence within next 5-6 years of planets within 40-50 light years to determine if they have a habitable atmosphere, he says.
About Harry Coumnas
Harry Coumnas is a planetary scientist and a researcher who is finding habitat atmosphere on the other planets by their chemical composition. He says that there is a lot of scope in finding life on other planets as there are millions of planets. For more than 20 years, he and his researchers have been using radio telescope facilities in an attempt to find the bio system.