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    • Hathor <3

      Top 5 Potentially Habitable Alien Planets #space #astronomy #science #permanentvacation in a cool way

    • Eric Kozlowsky

      Top 5 Potentially Habitable Alien Planets #space #astronomy #science: Top 5 Potentially Habitable Alien Planets #space #astronomy #science

    • Lia Bediako

      Top 5 Potentially Habitable Alien Planets #space #astronomy #science Keeping in mind that it's a min. of 20 light years away...Would take us 20+ years to reach these planets IF we were capable of traveling @ approx 671 million MPH.

    • Al King Wines

      Top 5 Potentially Habitable Alien Planets #space #astronomy #science.A piece of the universe is getting close. Our great grand kids may be traveling to these planets.

    • Candace Rhind

      Top 5 Potentially Habitable Alien Planets #space #astronomy #science For when we finally wreck ours

    • Te Scar

      Top 5 Potentially Habitable Alien Planets #space #astronomy #science what about Europa??

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    • Sinéad Williamson

      Summary of potentially habitable planets outside of our solar system

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