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A new study suggests that a third of the planets orbiting dwarf stars common to the Milky Way could potentially support life. As in the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, one plate is too hot, the second is too cold and the third is just right
The research focuses on a relatively new topic - the programming of biological life in planets orbiting red dwarfs * To verify the hypothesis, the James Webb Space Telescope, and the Israeli Ultrasat Space Telescope when they are launched, will be directed to the stars
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