Two Super-Earths Discovered 100 Light-Years Away, and One Could Possibly Support Life


If NASA's collection of more than 5,000 exoplanets were a zoo, you'd find Jupiter doppelgangers at every corner and worlds with waterless rain decking the entrance. You'd stumble upon hellish landscapes behind barren paths and maybe a pop-up exhibit of an ocean planet born of Poseidon's reveries. But if this zoo really imitated life, you'd probably see most scientists shuffling into a room with al...

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