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NASA's hunt for exoplanets in the Goldilocks zone | Watch This Space

Exoplanets are planets just like ours, orbiting stars in a completely different solar system. But how do we find them? And what do they look like? Claire Reilly takes a look at the "Earth analogs" that might actually support life.
Read Super-Earth exoplanets full of water are a good sign for extraterrestrial life -
NASA’s planet hunting satellite to start looking for exoplanets while Kepler naps -
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