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Billions of alien habitable planets, right here in our galaxy

There should be billions of habitable, rocky planets around the faint red stars of our Milky Way galaxy, a new study suggests.
Bryan Stovall
Bryan Stovall • 2 years ago

Billions of alien habitable planets, right here in our galaxy Study findings based on survey of 102 red dwarf stars, which are hard to detect

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