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K-stars host habitable exoplanets

. 8 March (UPI) – Scientists have called K stars "Goldilocks stars." According to a new study, K-stars harbor more exoplanets than other types of stars. When life is supposed to take place outside planet Earth, new research indicates that astronomers should search in K stars. K stars are orange stars that are slightly cooler than the sun. There are …

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One of the first discoveries of exoplanets was confirmed just after a decade – BGR

When looking for objects outside our own solar system, things sometimes do not look the way they first appear. NASA's Kepler Space Telescope spent nearly a decade in space searching for distant worlds that humanity has never seen. It was plentiful, but some discoveries were easier to detect than others, and the very first Kepler-discovered exoplanet was just confirmed. When …

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A History of 2 Colliding Exoplanets | space

<! – -> Computer simulation of two colliding Earth mass planets. The temperature range of the material is represented by 4 colors – gray, orange, yellow and red, with gray being the coolest and red the hottest. Picture about Zoe Leinhardt / Thomas Denman / University of Bristol. Thousands of exoplanets have been discovered in recent years, many thousands are …

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Citizen scientists discover rare exoplanets | space

<! – -> The artist's concept for K2-288Bb, which is estimated at 1.9 times the Earth or half the size of Neptune. Image via Goddard Space Flight Center / Francis Reddy. NASA's Kepler Space Telescope has closed down operations, but there is still a lot of data that scientists have to go through in search of new exoplanets. This is …

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Discovered 100 new exoplanets using NASA's Kepler telescope in just 3 months

Washington: In just three months, an international team of astronomers has discovered more than 100 extrasolar planets (exoplanets) rotating around stars other than the Sun and using a combination of ground and space telescopes. These planets are very diverse and are expected to play a major role in the development of the exploratory field of exoplanets and life in the …

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Scientists hunting exoplanets have developed a clever new strategy to find migrating worlds that are hidden

Researchers will use data from the ALMA telescope to study migration patterns of exoplanets in distant star systems. A telescope capable of capturing dust rings from faraway star systems could come a long way Practical as scientists have developed a new strategy to help them find hidden worlds and the birthplace of exoplanets in As these rings take place, scientists …

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Super earth exoplanets full of water are a good sign of alien life

NASA In our search for life beyond our own little corner of the cosmos, looking for water is a really good idea. No life we ​​know exists without it. When astronomers look at planets orbiting stars outside our solar system, the discovery of water is a positive sign. New research presented at the Goldschmidt geochemical conference in Boston on Friday …

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Is water common on exoplanets? – AT SCHOOL

: Water is likely to be a major component of the exoplanets, which are two to four times the size of the Earth, suggesting new research that could potentially affect the search for life in our galaxy. Water has been implied previously on individual exoplanets, but this work, presented at the Goldschmidt conference in Boston, Massachusetts, concludes that water-rich planets …

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