The Universe is incredibly big and seems full of potential for life, with billions of habitable planets.
Scientists using data from the Kepler space telescope, estimated that there could be as many as 300 million potentially habitable planets in our galaxy.
A new catalog of Kepler exoplanets in Habitable Zone of their star.
NASA’s Kepler mission discovers Kepler-452b exoplanet orbiting in the habitable zone, that is the most similar yet to Earth.
A new study claims that the Milky Way is home to billions of planets positioned at the ‘habitable zone.’
NASA’s Kepler Marks 1,000th Exoplanet discovery. Discovers more small worlds in Habitable Zones of other planetary systems.
New research shows that oceans on super-Earths, planets with two to four times the mass of Earth, once established, can last for billions of years.
NASA’s newly developed technique to spot new planets by using the Kepler space telescope, confirmed the existence of 715 exoplanets, including four that they are in habitable
Astronomers made new observations of Gliese 667C, and by combing them with existing data from HARPS at ESO’s 3.6-metre telescope in Chile, they reveal a
100 billion Planets around us! Caltech-led astronomers now estimate that at least 100 billion planets populate the our Milky Way. Image © Luc Perrot; Luc’s