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Habitable Planets Abound?

Credit: Karen Wehrstein

A new estimate of the number of habitable planets orbiting the most common type of stars, called red dwarfs, in our galaxy could have huge consequences…Read More »









for the search for life. Shown here, an artist's impression of sunrise from the surface of Gliese 581c, an Earthlike planet in the habitable zone of its red dwarf star. [Read full story]
   
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