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NASA there may be 17 billion Earth-like planets in Milky Way
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[quote:<<TIMEWATCHER>>:MV8yMTA4NzMzXzM1NTQ2OTA1X0ZCNjdBQTFD] [quote:Barbara P. Strigoi:MV8yMTA4NzMzXzM1NTQ2NTcwX0NENTYzMTMw] [quote:subzero86:MV8yMTA4NzMzXzM1NTQ2NDUxXzg5QTUwOTEz] [quote:Barbara P. Strigoi:MV8yMTA4NzMzXzM1NTQ2Mjk3X0M4RkU5Rjk4] Yup! I think this place is full of trolls .. [/quote] I was definitely not trolling you when I mentioned the victim mentality and I was referring more to your forum signature and other posts when I said that ! This thread is very interesting and really puts things into perspective as to how small we are on this planet and in this universe ! Don't get me wrong, I appreciate what you're trying to do, all I was trying to say is the way you think of yourself influences how others think of you, remember that ! :hf: [/quote] I know you were not trolling :) [/quote] Just to let ya know, If you want your Karma to go up never call anyone out for trolling even on your own post, Most people have different views on things, calling them trolls will only lead to neg karma :hf::hf: [/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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