Our galaxy contains far more habitable Earth-like planets than previously thought, according to a UC Berkeley-led analysis. The study finds that about one in five of the sun-like stars in the Milky Way may have planets approximately the size of Earth, capable of holding liquid water, and bathed in sunlight. …Read More

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