How to Find Habitable Planets

Australian scientists theorize that there are two Earth-like planets in “goldilocks” zone orbiting around an average star. These planets are very hard to detect by Kepler, because they are not too close to the star, nor they are too cold. They suggest applying Bode’s Law of Kepler’s data in order to predict the existence of Earth-like planets.

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