Life outside solar system

Habitable planets may lie outside the “Goldilocks zone” in extra-solar systems and planets farther from or closer to their suns than Earth may harbour the right conditions to support life, says a new study suggesting a new approach to search for signs of life. “For a long time we’ve been living, effectively, in one experiment, our solar system,” said Adrian Lenardic from Houston’s Rice University. The study includes “a little bit about the philosophy of science as well as the science itself, and about how we might search in the future,” he said.

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