Exoplanets may become less habitable by the stars flares, The discovery of space planets, planets orbiting stars outside the solar system, is one of the most significant developments in modern astronomy.

Some exoplanets located in the habitable zones of stars, where planets believed to store liquid water on their surface and have the potential to receive life

But, the exoplanet, which is too close to its parent star, is very sensitive to the star’s radiation, which is also known as a flare.

This new study found that not all exoplanets inhabitable areas will be able to support friendly living conditions. And less habitable by the stars flares, The exoplanets around the star exposed to bursts of radiation that can disturb the habitat, provided the exoplanets do not have significant atmospheric or magnetic shielding.
 
The role of the magnetic field strength and the planet’s atmosphere in protecting this outbreak is also taken into account. Factors measured include fire strength and spectral as well as planetary atmospheric density and magnetic field strength.
 
The particle spectrum of 70 major fire emission events (observed between 1956 and 2012) used as a proxy for calculating surface radiation doses, and the Monte Carlo GEANT4 model used to simulate the interaction of fire with the exoplanet atmosphere.
 
The study concludes that fire can increase radiation levels on the planet’s surface and disrupt habitable planets. It has also ound that the depth of the atmosphere (column density) and the planet’s magnetic field are important factors in protecting the planets from fire and maintaining a significant planet’s atmosphere.
 
As we continue to explore the planets of the solar system and so on, it is very important to know whether these planets can sustain life, researchers say. Further progress in this field will increase our understanding of the relationship between extreme solar events, radiation doses and planetary populations