Two Rocky Super-Earths Discovered Around A Nearby Star, And One Could Be Habitable


A red dwarf star just 105 light-years away may be hosting at least one habitable world. In close orbit around the cool, dim star, scientists have found and confirmed two rocky exoplanets – one comfortably at a distance range to the star known as the habitable zone. Follow-up observations will need to be made to further determine its nature, but the discovery is an exciting one, suggesting that...

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