Scientists Found Stars Emitting Radio Waves, Believe Hidden Planets
The researchers of the University of Queensland found stars emitting radio waves, indicating the presence of hidden planets. However, they used the world's most powerful radio telescope, Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR), situated in the Netherlands. Reportedly, four out of the 19 stars could be planets. "We can't be 100 percent sure that the four stars we think have planets are indeed planet-hosts," said Dr. Joseph Callingham from the university.