The Hungarian astronomical group has confirmed that there are not one but three moons on Earth. As Hungarian scientists say, these moons are completely dusty, and these mysterious clouds circulate the planet 250,000 miles away, at about the same distance as the moon.
Interestingly, the debate about the existence of these two celestial bodies was first launched in 1961, when the Polish astronomer Kazimierz Kordylewski discovered two mysterious clouds, now known as the Kordylewski dust clouds. The Polish astronomer also added that these dust clouds can rotate around L4 and L5 Lagrange points. Now, analysis of these celestial bodies has revealed that these dust clouds are in fact pseudo satellites that circulate the earth.
"The Kordylewski clouds are two of the most difficult objects, and even though they are as close to earth as the moon, scientists of astronomy largely ignore. It is interesting to confirm that our planet has dusty pseudosatellite satellites in our orbit," said Judit Slíz-Balogh, Eötvös Lorand University of the University of Astronomy in Hungary and research co-author.
According to experts, these satellite cards have been obscured for so many years just because they are very weak. However, sometimes because of the sun's reflection, these dust clouds look lightly. During the study, researchers used sophisticated polarization filters in their cameras and ultimately discovered discolored light that reflected the dust particles of individual particles.
Although Hungarian scientists have confirmed two other Earth's orbits, some space missions argue that these mysterious dust clouds can only be a transient phenomenon. According to these skeptics, amazing dust clouds from astronomers participating in this study could easily be blown away due to the gravity of other planets or solar winds.
This is not the first time that new space experiments transform human understanding of the solar system. Within a few weeks, some astronomers have suggested that rogue states, mostly Planet Nine, may hide outside Neptune in the solar system. Researchers also revealed that the space where Planet Nine stays is too dark and this may be the reason why the present observatory on the planet finds it difficult to find this space.