Calling All Astronomers and Future Astronauts!

Take a look at this tantalizing article, readers:

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There Could Be at Least 300 Million Potentially Habitable Worlds in The Milky Way


30 OCTOBER 2020

There are many unanswered questions about our place in the Universe. Why are we here? What is the likelihood of our existence? Could there be others like us out there in the galaxy?

One of the numbers that could help us answer these questions is this: How many rocky planets like Earth are orbiting stars like the Sun at a temperate distance amenable to life as we know it? Now, we have an answer, based on data from the retired Kepler space telescope.

It’s around 300 million.

That’s not necessarily an exact number, but it does give us a rough baseline to work from as we search for potentially life-supporting worlds in our galaxy.

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