Scientists are amazed by the presence of dim stars that turned out to have a proper temperature of a cup of hot tea. Two brown dwarf stars found.
Two of these stars was found using three high-powered telescope. Both have the size like Jupiter, but has a temperature around 100 degrees Celsius. This is the same as the temperature that is used to warm a cup of tea, write reports Daily Mail. The object was named CFBDSIR J1458 +1013 B.
With a powerful new telescope, scientists are able to see stars that were five times more grim and 130 degrees cooler than brown dwarfs ever before.
"We are very pleased to successfully find the object with a low temperature. We do not suspect that there are stars with multiple systems, but have different components, "said Philippe DeLorme star observer from the Institute de plantologie et d'astrophysique de Grenoble.
The star became the first evidence of the existence of a new type of star called a 'Y Spectra'. These are stars that have similarities with the planets. Star was first identified by astronomers at the Keck II telescope in Canada, France and Hawaii.