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Are Alien Worlds In TRAPPIST-1 Even More Habitable Than First Thought?

One of the most captivating star systems beyond the solar system is in our galactic backyard. It may be a common red dwarf star, but the exoplanets it possesses are anything but ordinary. In fact, new observations have shown that the alien worlds of TRAPPIST-1 may be very special indeed. Located 40 light-years from Earth, TRAPPIST-1 is a mini version of our solar system. Orbiting the ultracool red dwarf are at least seven known small exoplanets of Earthlike dimensions, three of which orbit their star in the habitable zone. That’s the area around a star at which it’s neither too hot nor too cold for liquid water to exist on an exoplanet’s surface. (READ MORE)


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