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Monday, April 19, 2021

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Astrobiologist Stephen Kane announced in his publication in the Astronomical Journal that they are researching a potential avenue in the search for life in outer space. Kane’s criteria in looking for a planet to be a ‘habitable zone’ is an area around a star with the presence of water. Kane is observing a nearby solar system called Trappist-1, which has three Earth-like planets in its habitable zone, and a star known as Beta CVn that is identified as one of the stars checked for multiple habitable zone planets.

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