Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Alpha Centauri B may have "superhabitable" worlds

Since Earth is the only known inhabited planet and we happen to live here, it’s only natural to regard it as the ideal place for life to exist, and to assume that another life-bearing planet would be fairly similar. However, that is not the opinion of scientists René Heller and John Armstrong who contend that there might be a planet even more suitable for life than Earth 4.3 light years away orbiting the star Alpha Centauri B. .. Continue Reading Alpha Centauri B may have "superhabitable" worlds

Section: Space

Tags: Astronomy, Earth, Exoplanet, Habitable zone, McMaster University, Solar System

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