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Three Earthlike planets identified by Cornell astronomers
Using data from the NASA Kepler Mission, Cornell astronomers have identified three Earthlike planets orbiting their own suns, all of which could be hospitable to life.
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A great find! I think its just a matter of time before we find life in exoplanets. Given the diverse and tough conditions where life forms can be found here on earth itself, it might as well be possible that some kind of life exists in the universe even on places we might not have yet thought of as being hospitable to them. I hope more and more candidates pass the test and in turn, become real candidates for being able to sustain life of some kind atleast!
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