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Top 5 potentially habitable exoplanets

Good reference. Parker's planet could be one of these Top 5 potentially habitable exoplanets

3 Potentially Habitable Super-Earths Explained (Infographic) by Karl Tate, SPACE.com Infographics ArtistDate: 18 April 2013

Chart of conditions on the planet Venus #Venus is the second planet closest to the Sun and the hottest. Find out other cool facts about this planet: http://astronomyisawesome.com/solar-systems/cool-facts-about-venus/ #astronomy

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'Billions of stars' in Milky Way may have habitable planets

'Billions of stars' in Milky Way may have habitable planets #dailymail

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NASA Announces "Earth 2.0" And Here's Everything You Should Know About This Earth-Like Planet Called "Kepler 452B"

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Earthlike Planet Found Orbiting at Right Distance for Life

artist impression of keppler 22b-the first planet outside our solar system in the habitable life zone...too bad it's 600 light years away

The rocky alien planet Kepler 186f is an Earth-size world that could have liquid water on its surface, and possibly even life. It orbits a star 490 light-years away. - Credit: Karl Tate, Infographics Artist

Kepler-186F ~ El primer planeta del tamaño de la Tierra conocido se encuentran dentro de la zona habitable de una estrella más allá del Sol.

Astronomers searching for another Earth are getting closer, thanks to recent discoveries by the Kepler space telescope.

NASA's Kepler Mission was designed to survey a portion of the Milky Way Galaxy to discover Earth-size planets in or near the habitable zone.

Con el reciente anuncio de que puede haber un planeta habitable a sólo 12 años luz de distancia de la Tierra , la pregunta sigue recibiendo preguntó - hasta qué punto son los sistemas solares más cercanos a nuestro planeta ? Este gráfico creado por Space.com muestra que - las estrellas más cercanas y sus sistemas solares que acompañan - que nos da una mejor perspectiva de lo que hay en el barrio para nosotros para explorar .