A study from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) has announced that there are about one hundred possibly habitable rocky planets about the size of Earth or larger within 30 light-years from our planet.
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A team of U.S. astronomers has discovered a planet that is only a bit more massive than Earth, and they found it in the parent star's habitable zone, so it has the potential of harboring life. This is big news because the exoplanet is the first Earth-like planet found in the so-called Goldilocks Zone.
A survey of stars and planets performed by NASA astronomers at the W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii has concluded that “Nearly one in four stars similar to the sun may host planets as small as Earth….”
I was wondering how the 4/6 way powerboards with earth light on them know that the earth is good?
It's not something I need to play with, I'm just wondering how you can trust them?
I suspect because our neutral is tied to earth at the power station,
We could locally connect a neon between active and earth to light the neon.
Same as if we touched an active line and our body was earthed, t
Astronomers are studying a planet called Corot-9b, which is about 1,500 light years from Earth, that they say will be studied in great detail because it is very similar to our planets in the Solar System. They think it might be reveal a "gold mine" of information.
Looking for a place to get away from it all and start over? Thanks to NASA’s Kepler mission, they may have just found the perfect out of the way planet for you and it’s just down the street or so at only 500 light years away. Pack your swimming trunks, scientists think there’s water a-plenty and maybe even an inhabitant or two to keep you company. :D
The first glimpse of our planet Earth from outer space happened 45 years ago when the U.S. Lunar Orbiter 1 took a picture of Earth on August 23, 1966 while orbiting the Moon. Now, Neil Armstrong makes a rare public appearance in Australia to comment on the future of U.S. space exploration.