Astronomers accidentally discovered an asteroid belt in the vicinity of Venus. And a dust cloud in Mercury orbit

Saturn has the most famous dust rings in the solar system - but there are other examples of such

regions. For example, a faint ring near the orbit of Venus and Earth and an asteroid belt that extends beyond Mars and Neptune.

But these rings were not the only ones. A team of scientists built a computer model in an attempt to detect the dust-free regions of the solar system — however, as a result, they found dust formations near the orbits of Venus and Mercury.

Scientists believe that is located near Venusa field of 800 asteroids that accompany the cosmic body since the formation of the solar system. Researchers haven’t yet discovered asteroids themselves.

Earlier, astrophysics from the University of Leeds discovered a stellar system of two high-mass space bodies that are located close to each other.