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Earth-size, habitable zone planets may be closer than you think

coondoggie (973519) writes | about a year and a half ago


coondoggie writes "Distances in space are usually impossibly large and hard to get a handle on but this week astronomers said as many as six percent of stars known as Red Dwarfs have planets around them in the habitable zone and may only be 13 light years away from Earth."
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