Alone in the Universe? Probably Not...

by Jacob Jedamus-Denu on Mar 1, 2014 | Views: 447 | Score: 19
Exoplanets in uninhabitable zone99.3
In habitable zone0.7
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Jacob Jedamus-Denu
Jacob Jedamus-Denu on Feb 27, 2014 3:18 PM said:

Exoplanets are terrestrial planets that orbit stars outside of our own solar system. Currently, 1700 have been discovered, with 12 being described by NASA as Earth-like and within the habitable zone. This shows that 1 out of every 141 exoplanets discovered so far could contain both liquid water and life.

Anonymous on Mar 8, 2014 5:25 AM said:

An excellent feature of cutting edge science. Given the nearly unimaginable size of the universe, and the extrapolated potential number of inhabitable worlds, based on this research, the idea of extra-solar life has to be considered a most likely occurrence.

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