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NASA there may be 17 billion Earth-like planets in Milky Way
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[quote:Barbara P. Strigoi:MV8yMTA4NzMzXzM1NTQ2MjQ3XzdENTBFMUQ1] [quote:darkwolf007:MV8yMTA4NzMzXzM1NTQ2MTg0XzRBQUE0MTNB] [quote:Barbara P. Strigoi:MV8yMTA4NzMzXzM1NTQ2MDMyXzQxRkY1N0Yz] [quote:Mister Obvious:MV8yMTA4NzMzXzM1NTQ2MDEwXzlEQzc1NDVE] OMG BARBIE POSTED AN ASTRONOMY RELATED NEWS ARTICLE. [/quote] I'm trying to contribute ... but when i try to do something good people ignore me [/quote] I know how you feel, Barbara P., happens to me very frequently. The vast majority of the people here would much rather fight each other and otherwise keep egging on fights than actually be helpful to each other. I guess that's far too difficult for people with an IQ below that of 2. As for your link, Barbara, this isn't aimed at you but at NASA: "Duhhh, ya think, Captain Obvious!?". Listen to NASA too often and you'll wind up suicidally depressed over "We got LOTS of alien brethren around us! They're just on another planet in this star system therefore it's unfeasible to ever go!". Bullshit it is! With one or more positive and even neutral alien species we can open trade routes and seriously help freely give jobs away like candy to needy people on this planet while helping to put a permanent end to this ever worsening global depression we're sinking deeper and deeper into. [/quote] That would be interesting [/quote]
17 billion planets in our Galaxy .... and I thought we had only 8 LOL
I had to learn the 8 planets when I was in elementary school ... I hope the kids have to learn the 17 billion planets now :)
Enough planets exist in the Milky Way to ensure that there is at least one for each of the hundred million stars in the galaxy, NASA has revealed.
Analysis of data from the Kepler space telescope shows that 17 billion planets in the galaxy are Earth-like in size.
The findings are making scientists increasingly confident of finding a rocky planet the same size as Earth, with a similar orbit and situated in the 'habitable zone' of a solar system.
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