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One-Third of Sun-Like Stars Have Earth-Like Planets In Habitable Zone

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by , 11-30-2011 at 09:49 PM (38102 Views)
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"Astronomers have calculated the likelihood of finding Earth-like planets around other stars using the latest data from the Kepler mission."

One-Third of Sun-Like Stars Have Earth-Like Planets In Habitable Zone* - Technology Review
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  1. Drew Bynum's Avatar
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    I absolutely loved the idea of measuring the light-curve of stars to scan for habitable worlds. Don't know who came up with that idea, but they sure have Kepler doing one HELL of a job!
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