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24 Planets Even Better for Life Than Earth

  • 24 Planets Even Better for Life Than Earth


    How many habitable planets are there? Water is the basis of life in any part of the universe. So potentially inhabited planets must have liquid water on them to support life. An incredible number of circumstances must come together for this. The planet must be in the habitable zone of the star. A little closer to the star, and the water will evaporate, leaving no chance for oceans and seas to form. This is what happened on Venus. Too far from the star, and the planet becomes too cold. Water can only exist in the form of ice on the surface and there just might be liquid water deep below. Neptune is one example of this.

    In our galaxy alone, there are countless stars. Really you can’t count on them. Near each of them may be a planet. They are called exoplanets. And some of them may be in the habitable zone and have everything for life to form on them. From a list of 4,500 known exoplanets, scientists have identified 24 that can be superhabitable. This is the type of planet that is suitable for the existence and evolution of life even more than the Earth!


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  • Scientists Discovered 24 Planets Even Better for Life Than Earth


    Scientists Discovered A Potentially Habitable Super Earth!!
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    Scientists have been finding exoplanets that could be potentially habitable
    for some time now. There are hundreds of millions of them out there, and more found every day. There isn’t a planet like ours anywhere in the universe that we know of. But now scientists say they have found exoplanets that could be more habitable than the Earth… but do they really exist?

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  • These 24 Exoplanets May Be Better For Life Than Earth | Superhabitable Planets


    In our science class, we all learned that the conditions on Earth are perfect for life to thrive but our books and teacher might’ve been wrong. If we rank the habitable planets, Earth actually finishes at 25th place. Some of these planets orbit stars that may be better than even our sun.
    Life as we know could easily sustain on planets that orbit more slowly changing stars with much longer lifespans than our sun. These newly discovered 24 planets are more than 100 light-years away, so for the time being, they are far beyond our grasp.
    A habitable planet has the right conditions to sustain life. It has things like pleasant temperatures, magnetic fields, liquid water, and breathable atmosphere. Our sun is a G-class star and the team of scientists looked at systems with similar stars and planets orbiting them in the habitable zone. They are not too far nor too close from their parent star. Sun-like stars only live for 10 billion years. That's why scientists also looked at the much dimmer, cooler, and even better K-class dwarf stars. These stars have lifespans of 20 billion to 70 billion years.
    Earth is geologically active and that is why it is habitable, has a protective magnetic field, and has strong enough gravity to keep the atmosphere. According to scientists, if the Earth was 10 percent larger, it would have more surface area to live on. If it was 1.5 times as massive, its inner core would retain more heat from radioactive decay. Hence It would remain active longer, and hold onto its atmosphere for longer periods of time. Similarly, if an alien world was 5° C or 8° F warmer than the Earth and had more water, it would have the biodiversity of rainforest over much of the planet.
    According to Scientists, “On Earth, we have a great number of complex and diverse lifeforms that can survive in harsh environments. It is good to have adaptable life, but that doesn’t mean that we have the best of everything”.

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  • A Potentially Habitable Super Earth Has Been Discovered


    The universe is too big for us to be the only ones in it. It's just a matter of knowing where to look, and scientists from NASA's TESS program might have stumbled across the next clue in this galactic scavenger hunt. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite was launched in April of 2019 with the aim of locating planets in orbit around nearby stars.

    One of these stars is the comparatively small GEE-JAY 357. It's about 31 light-years from Earth. It's one of the closest to Earth! Thanks to TESS, NASA astronomers discovered a planet orbiting this distant star. And in fact, it’s one of the few whose atmosphere can be studied by scientists, once they determine if it has one!

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    - GEE-JAY 357 b is believed to be about twenty-two percent larger than Earth, and eleven times closer to its star than Mercury is to the Sun.
    - Scientists have discovered planets beyond our solar system before, but GEE-JAY 357-b is one of the closest to Earth.
    - Hidden beyond the semi-molten glow of this “hot Earth,” as astronomers called it, were two more planets. One of them, GEE-JAY 357-d is just far enough from the star to potentially support life.
    - Its orbiting inside its solar system's habitable zone, warm enough to support life, but not so warm that it ends up charbroiled.
    - NASA scientists estimate that that planet has an average temperature of about minus sixty-four degrees. That’s cold, comparable to the interior of Antarctica.
    - I wouldn’t expect any alien visitors for most of the same reasons humans will probably never be visiting GEE-JAY 357-d for themselves.
    - If intelligent life developed, there’s no reason to believe it wouldn’t sooner or later turn its sensory organs to the stars. That's when the planet's gravity becomes an obstacle. I
    - Scientists have estimated that reaching the moon of a planet ten times the size of Earth, would require almost five hundred thousand tons of fuel to get off the ground.
    - It is worth noting that Astronomers haven't yet been able to see any of these planets directly. The TESS only discovered the massive and hot planet b because of its silhouette passing in front of the star.
    - Since c and d never passed between Earth and GEE-JAY 357 during the month when TESS was able to capture images of the star, we've only been able to study them indirectly.
    - The middle planet, called GEE-JAY 357-c just to make things confusing, didn’t even give us that. Because of its unusually tilted orbit, this planet never passes between Earth and its star at all.

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  • Kepler Telescope Found New Planets Better Than Earth


    Kepler Telescope Found New Planets Better Than Earth
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    The Kepler Telescope was built for one purpose; to look at a certain patch in the Milky Way in search of exoplanets.

    The exoplanet hunter observed over hundreds of thousands of stars and discovered thousands of exoplanets during its lifetime.

  • These Planets Are Better For Life Than Earth


    There are more than 4,000 known exoplanets, planets we've found outside the Solar System. Recently scientists studied all of them one by one and have selected 24 superhabitable planets. These planets are better suited for life than Earth. They could support more diverse flora and fauna and their environment would be more hospitable some of those planets are Kepler-452b, Kepler-442b & Kepler-22b.

    According to the scientists, for a planet to be superhabitable, it has to be older it has to be larger and wetter than Earth. A larger planet would have more habitable area its core radioactive decay would last longer and the strong gravity would retain atmosphere. Scientists also pointed that its star should have a long life because that would give life more time to evolve. Our Sun's life is about 10 billion years and it took 4 billion years for complex life to evolve.

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  • Scientists discover 24 Planets Even Better for life Than Earth


  • A Planet Even Better Than Earth?


    Is it possible there's a planet out there that's even more suited to hosting life than our home planet? Researchers have identified 24 exoplanets or exoplanet candidates (exoplanets still needing final confirmation) that might have better conditions for life than Earth, even if they are uninhabited. These so-called superhabitable planets could be bigger, warmer and wetter than Earth -- and perhaps even older, which means they would have more time to develop the kind of complexity in their environment believed to be so crucial for life.

    Join Franck Marchis in conversation with SETI Institute Affiliate Dirk Schulze-Makuch as they talk about the possibilities!

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  • Are There Planets More Habitable Than Earth?


    Earth probably isn’t the best place in the universe. It turns out there might be even better places to live that are even more suitable for life: superhabitable planets.

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  • These 24 planets may be more ‘habitable’ than Earth, astronomers say | New York Post


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  • Life On Distant Planets. The Search For Water


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    Earth is a pretty special and unique planet. So far, we’ve haven’t found anything like it in the entire universe. But that doesn’t mean a super Earth doesn’t exist, in fact, they exist! And the chances are good for finding planets even better for life than our the Earth.

    Now the hunt is on to find liquid water, because where there is water, there might be life. A new telescope is set to launch on October 31st, 2021. It is packed with some amazing technology that might finally answer the big question: is there another Earth, or even a planet better than Earth just waiting to be discovered?

    The human race is about to find out…

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  • 9 Earth-Like Planets We Can Move On Right Now


    What planets can people live on? You might be happy to learn that 8.8 billion Earth-sized planets have been discovered so far. Over 30 of those planets in our Milky Way galaxy are very likely to be habitable to human being. Scientific teams have been hard at work trying to discover habitable planets. We don’t know if any of those planets hold extraterrestrial life, but we’ll worry about that when we get there!

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    - 1,200 light-years from Earth, the Kepler spacecraft discovered the Kepler-62 system. Kepler-62e is an exoplanet, believed to be a water world.
    - Kepler-62f is neighbor to Kepler-62e, and they are the only 2 habitable planets in the Kepler-62 system. A study showed that Kepler-62f is most likely covered entirely in water.
    - It is possible that Kepler-186f has an atmosphere that can keep the water on its surface a liquid, which is a must-have for life on Earth as we know it. Since Kepler-186f orbits a star that is cooler than the sun, we’d all be much colder than on Earth (if we were to live there).
    - A little farther away than the Kepler system, at 1,700 light-years away, we encounter KOI 7711.01. It has been called “Earth’s twin,” and it’s only 30% larger than Earth. Like Earth, it orbits a sun-like star.
    - Kepler-22b is 2.4 times larger than Earth, and it also orbits a sun-like star. That’s why it has a comfortable temperature of 72ºF, so you can expect to feel toasty but not too hot.
    - Gliese 581g was discovered in September 2010, and it is only 20 light-years away! It’s thought to be even more Earth-like than Kepler-22b in that it could be a better home to plants and animals.
    - They say that Ross 128 b is in “Earth’s backyard” because it is only 11 light-years away. Ross 128 b was discovered in 2017.
    - Proxima b is 1.3 times the size of Earth. It is the closest temperate world to Earth, which means that if you were to travel there, you’d experience almost the same temperature as on Earth.
    - 40 light-years away, we encounter the TRAPPIST system. NASA announced this major discovery in 2017. The TRAPPIST-1 system holds 7 planets, all Earth-sized and all habitable, surrounding a single star.

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  • Habitable Exoplanets | In Search of Earth 2.0


    Thousands of exoplanets have been discovered, only a select few show promise. Here we look at some of the most habitable exoplanets ever discovered ranked through their similarity to Earth. The result is a list of 16 exoplanets that could one say serve as an Earth 2.0


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  • Some Planets May Be Better for Life Than Earth? Researchers Identify 24 Exoplanets - Science Is Dead


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  • Kepler Telescope Finds Planets Better Than Earth


    The Kepler Telescope if one of NASA's most valuable assets. It has found these 7 planets to be better for life than Earth! These habitable Earth like planets have been proven by NASA themselves to be great for human life IF we can somehow get there. With the help of the Kepler telescope and Hubble telescope, NASA has been able to detect such planets. The farther we go in time, the more efficient we'll get at photographing such Earth like planets!

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  • Kepler Found Planets Better Than Earth


    Maybe, their planet it's even better than our planet. Maybe, there are planets better than Earth. 
    That's exactly what recent studies on the Kepler mission data seem to suggest.
    But how would these planets look? Which characteristics could it have?
    These question, and more like how Kepler found planets better than Earth. 
    Kepler was a space telescope designed to survey a portion of the Milky Way galaxy in search of exoplanets, which are planets outside our solar system.
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    Using data from the Kepler mission and the extended K2 mission, scientists have identified more than 2,800 candidate planets and have confirmed more than 2,600 of these as bona fide exoplanets. A handful of planets are thought to be rocky like Earth (but a bit bigger), and orbit in the habitable zone of their stars, where liquid water - an essential ingredient of life as we know it - might exist. 
    After nine years in deep space collecting data that indicate our sky to be filled with billions of hidden planets - more planets even than stars - NASA's Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel needed for further science operations. NASA has decided to retire the spacecraft within its current, safe orbit, away from Earth. Kepler leaves a legacy of more than 2,600 planet discoveries from outside our solar system, many of which could be promising places for life. They are the so-called “Earth-like” exoplanets.

    NASA's Kepler mission revolutionized our scientific understanding of our place in the cosmos by a huge amount of discoveries.
    Before Kepler, we had just a few information about exoplanets. For example, how many planets are out there? Which planets are more common? The big gaseous ones, as Jupiter? The ring-giant planets like Saturn? And what about Venus-like planets? Do they exist just in our solar system? And if so, why?
    All of these were very interesting questions, that needed to be answered. 
    But the universe is always a little bit more creative then we are. 
    Here's what we know after Kepler.
    Planets outnumber the stars. Kepler has proven there are more planets than stars in our galaxy — and knowing that revolutionizes our scientific understanding of our place in the cosmos.
    Small planets are common. Kepler has shown us our galaxy is teeming with terrestrial-size worlds; the most recent analysis of Kepler’s discoveries concludes that 20 to 50 per cent of the stars in the sky are likely to have small, possibly rocky planets similar in size to Earth within the habitable zone of their parent stars, where water could pool on the planet surface. We still have much to learn about whether any of them could host life.
    Planets are diverse. Kepler has discovered a diversity of planet types, opening our eyes to new possibilities. The most common size of planet Kepler found doesn’t exist in our solar system — a world between the size of Earth and Neptune — and we have much to learn about these planets.
    Solar systems are diverse too! While our own inner solar system has four planets, Kepler found systems with considerably more planets — up to eight — orbiting close to their parent stars. The existence of these compact systems raises questions about how solar systems form: Are these planets “born” close to their parent star, or do they form farther out and migrate in?
    New insights revealed about stars. Besides launching us into the golden age of exoplanets, Kepler has reinvigorated the study of stars. Kepler observed more than a half-million stars over the course of its nine years in operation.
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  • Scientists Discovered A Potentially Habitable Super Earth!!


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    There are hundreds of billions of planets caught up in the vast whirlpool of the Milky Way Galaxy. From Earth, a lonely outpost floating on one of its spiral arms, humans have begun to peer across the void… and just recently scientists have found the first Earth-sized Habitable-zone world!

    NASA's exoplanet program was created to find unmistakable signs of life on other planets. How soon we find life will depend on two things: the prevalence and existence of life in the galaxy, and the advancement of technology as we begin to explore our universe.

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  • 300 Million Habitable Planets, so Why Only Earth Has Life


    Scientists have found millions of habitable planets but no signs of life anywhere except Earth. We're not even sure if Mars can support life! So, why does only Earth have life? The answer's surprising!

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  • Scientists discovered a new planet much better than earth | superhabitable planets | Kepler


    We can not be alone in this vast universe . There can be some place in thin universe where life can exist as our earth . Our earth lies in habitable zone of sun . It is the only habitable planets in our solar system . But there are many habitable planets in our milky way galaxy as well as our universe. There can be many habitable planets like earth .

    Some planets are more habitable than Earth . These planets are called superhabitable planets . They have better chance of emergence of life than earth .

    Till now we have discovered many earth like habitable planets like Proxima Centauri b , TOI 700d , Kepler 1649c , Kepler 186f,kepler 452b and many more .
    These planets can have extraterrestrial life present on them .

    Even moons of Saturn and Jupiter are thought to be our future home . It is believed that Venus and Mars once have condition suitable for life .

    So Lets see some of the Superhabitable planets in this video

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  • Some Planets May Be Better For Life Than Earth


    Earth is the only planet we know that has life on it. However, scientists say our homeworld may not be the best planet in the universe for life. Scientists have recently identified 24 “superhabitable” planets outside our solar system that prove that some planets may be better for life than Earth.

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  • Do These Earth Like Planets Contain Life?


    Do these Earth like planet discoveries contain human life?! Space discoveries 2020 have proven to be like no other. Earth like planets catch astronomers' attention because of the planets' potential to support human life. What other discoveries will come out of 2020? Stay tuned to find out!


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  • How Youd Look Living on Different Planets


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    Why do we look the way we look? Most of it’s down to our planet Earth, its atmosphere, gravity, that kind of stuff. When you go on a weeklong beach getaway, you get a tan. Basic. But what about living on a whole other planet? What would we look like if we lived on another planet of the Solar System?

    One astronaut spent a whole year living on the International Space Station. Zero gravity means no healthy pressure on your body, so his bones - got weaker. So did his muscles. It also gave him more space between his vertebrae, so he got a bit taller. And that’s only a year. The more time you spend at the beach, the darker your tan gets… so… What if we moved to Mars or Mercury?


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  • Researchers Finding Planets With Better Conditions For Life Than Earth


    The researchers from the Washington State University (WSU) in the US noted life could more easily thrive on planets that circle more slowly changing stars with longer lifespans than our Sun.

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  • Scientists discover 24 ‘super-habitable’ planets


    Earth is the only habitable planet in the universe that we know of but that does not mean that it is the only one. Now, scientists from Washington State University have identified two dozen planets outside our solar system that may have conditions more suitable for life than our own.
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  • Space: A better planet than Earth found


    Scientists studying exoplanets say that the search for life-sustaining planets outside our solar system has been marred by undue focus on seeking planets similar to Earth, whereas there may be very different kinds of planets even more conducive to life than our own. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.

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  • 8 Space Discoveries of 2020 Could Mean Life Beyond Earth


    Thanks to space explorers and astrophysicists our world is coming closer and closer to the sci-fi future that we see in the movies. They never stop amazing us when they report about life on other planets or mysterious radio signals from outer space. This year has been a true breakthrough for all of us. So we've made a list of the most important space discoveries of 2020 that will impress you.

    And we’ll start with one of the most recent and shocking discoveries of 2020. Perhaps our Solar System has life beyond Earth. This is Venus. The second planet from the Sun and the sister of our home planet. For many years, there have been discussions on this subject. But in the fall of 2020, there was an epic argument, in which scientists tried to find out whether life on Venus exists right now. In September, the discovery of a new life marker on Venus was announced.


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  • Scientists Found a New Planet, but It Suddenly Vanished


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    But let’s travel 25 light-years away to another special star. Fomalhaut. It's almost twice as big and heavy as the Sun. If you look at it from far away, you can see a bright yellow disk around it. It’s a debris disk, full of bits of space rock, and it’s huge. Scientists were curious about it, was all this space dust gonna get smooshed together and become a planet one day? But then they saw something else! Right there, through all that debris, was a massive mysterious object...

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  • 15 Earth Like Exoplanets that May Support Life


    Scientists have discovered multiple exoplanets that may have life supporting characteristics. Today we're exploring some of the most interesting exoplanets in the universe!

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  • When will Alien Life be Found on Exoplanets?


    How long will it be before we find alien life on exoplanets? Exoplanet astronomer Dr. Ryan MacDonald explains how biosignatures can be found in exoplanet atmospheres. He also reveals how the discovery of the first close-in planet around a white dwarf could dramatically accelerate the hunt for alien life beyond the solar system with the James Webb Space Telescope.

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  • 15 Most Terrifying Planets Ever Found


    The Earth is not perfectly spherical, Mercury is the hottest planet, and Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System. These simple facts are known even to those with no real knowledge about astronomy. But there are billions of planets in the Universe and some of them are really amazing! For example, there's a planet where night never ends. And it’s not your regular night with stars shining in the beautiful skies — here, it’s pitch dark and scorching hot!

    Have you ever heard about a planet that is so close to its sun that half the planet’s surface is a literal ocean of molten lava? The other half is in eternal darkness because it never sees the sun — the planet is always turned to its star with one side! And between the scorching and the dark, there’s the twilight zone — a thin strip of gloomy nothingness. Yeah, that's spooky. ...So, if you're looking for some astronomy facts and a couple of mind-blowing facts about space, this video is right what you need!


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  • 10 Planet Discoveries That SCARE Astronomers | Space Discoveries 2020


    Strangest planets ever discovered by Nasa! These latest and recent space discoveries 2020 reveal some of the strangest planets ever discovered. There are some planets like earth and some so different. The universe contains so many planets that it is impossible to count. These amazing space discoveries are for sure something you have never seen before. Subscribe to Factnomenal for more amazing discoveries and space videos like this one!

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    Number 10: Kepler-10b
    We're kicking off our countdown with Kepler-10b. Kepler-10B is the first confirmed terrestrial planet to be discovered outside the Solar System by the Kepler Space Telescope.

    Number 9: Trappist 1-B
    In the ninth spot of our list, we have TRAPPIST 1-b, a planet that has beaten most of our planets in the moon department.

    Number 8: J1407B
    Also known as Super-Saturn, this planet is extremely intriguing due to how it looks.

    Number 7: CoRot-7 b
    In the seventh spot of our list, we have CoRot-7 B, a planet with such a short orbital period that it revolves around its host star in around 20 hours.

    Number 6: GJ 436 b
    This planet is a physical contradiction. Its temperature is about 822 degrees F, certainly hot enough to evaporate water.

    Number 5: Wasp 12B
    In the fifth spot of our list, we have Wasp 12B, a planet that's notorious for being elongated in a really strange shape due to the gravity of its parent star and its effect on it.

    Number 4: HD 106906 b
    It was originally suggested that the planet known as HD 106906 b shouldn’t exist due to it’s size and distance from its star.

    Number 3: 55 Cancri E
    In the third spot of our list, we have 55 Cancri E, a planet almost everyone on Earth would love if they could just traverse 40 light years to it.

    Number 2: Kepler 70 b
    We’ve seen blistering hot planets in this list, but none are as absolutely scorching as Kepler 70b, the hottest planet in the Universe.

    Number 1: Kepler-16b
    This is one of the few known circumbinary planets, which means that it circles around two stars, similar to Luke Skywalker's home planet in Star Wars.

  • Scientists Discover Super Earth


    Scientists are constantly on the lookout for new and amazing discoveries, and sometimes accidentally stumble upon something groundbreaking! Like the find Super-Earth planets out there in the universe! What does the discovery of Super-Earths mean for humanity's future? Find out in today's epic new intergalactic video!


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  • These Are All Earth-Like Planets


    Earth is the only known world in the universe that's hospitable to life. For decades, scientists have been hunting for worlds outside our solar system to find the probability of life elsewhere in our galaxy. To be considered Earth-like, a planet must be rocky, about the same size as Earth. The planet also needs to orbit in the habitable zone of its star, the distance where the planet isn't too hot or too cold for life to exist. Here's the list of the top 5 potentially Earth-like planets:
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  • Bizarre Solar System Discoveries of the Planets That Will Make Your Hair Stand Up


    Our solar system is a bizarre place with its alien planets, mysterious moons ... Scientists have discovered ice-spewing volcanoes on Pluto, while Mars ... to the sun, when the atmosphere would have been heated the most. ... and have been lucky enough to get close-up pictures of dozens of celestial objects.

  • How High You Could Jump on Different Planets in 3D


    Gravity is what keeps your feet firmly planted on the ground. That’s why the average person can only jump as high as 1.5 feet straight up. But what if we had to live on another planet — say, Venus or Saturn? Let’s find out what difficulties we’d have to endure there. How high could you jump on other planets? The gravity on Mercury, for example, is less than half that on Earth, so you’ll be able to jump about 4 ft high. But if you were to jump being on Venus, you’d make it just shy of 1.7 ft high because the mass and size of Earth and Venus are almost similar with Venus being a little smaller.

    Bu the way, guys, did you know that Venus is a really inhospitable place? You’d be able to see Earth from here if not for the whirling mass of clouds above. They create a monstrous greenhouse effect, as well as immense atmospheric pressure. And despite the constant temperature of a blazing furnace, rain here wouldn’t bring relief: the clouds up there are made of sulfuric acid! Let's learn more about these amazing objects that orbit the same sun as Earth! Here are some surprising facts about the planets of the Solar System.


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  • 10 Space Discoveries of 2020 Show We Might Not Be Alone


    Astronomers from MIT registered a repeating signal from 500 million light years away. Such signals are called fast radio bursts, or FRBs, and they’re usually singular events. No one knows what their sources are, but they could be supernovae or bursts of energy from quasars. This repeating one, though, is pretty creepy because it’s regular: for four days, radio equipment captures signals all the time, and then they abruptly stop. But after 12 days, the same pattern begins: 4 days of constant radio bursts and 12 more days of silence.

    Astronomers managed to locate the signal as coming from a galaxy half a billion light years away from us, but what causes it is still unknown. It may be a spinning quasar or a supermassive black hole, but an alien technology is not excluded either. By the way, there just might be about 6 billion Earth-like planets in the Milky Way galaxy alone. The latest data has shown that every fifth Sun-like star can have at least one planet in its habitable zone! Okay, here's the most amazing news from the further reaches of outer space.


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  • 3 Planets Even Better for Life Than Earth


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    How many habitable planets are there? Water is the basis of life in any part of the universe. So potentially inhabited planets must have liquid water on them to support life. An incredible number of circumstances must come together for this. The planet must be in the habitable zone of the star. A little closer to the star, and the water will evaporate, leaving no chance for oceans and seas to form. This is what happened on Venus. Too far from the star, and the planet becomes too cold. Water can only exist in the form of ice on the surface and there just might be liquid water deep below. Neptune is one example of this.

    In our galaxy alone, there are countless stars. Really you can’t count on them. Near each of them may be a planet. They are called exoplanets. And some of them may be in the habitable zone and have everything for life to form on them. From a list of 4,500 known exoplanets, scientists have identified 24 that can be superhabitable. This is the type of planet that is suitable for the existence and evolution of life even more than the Earth!

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  • Better Than Earth? Scientists Identify 24 ‘Super-Habitable’ Planets More Capable of Supporting Life


    Since the time immemorial, Earth has been the most habitable planet we could imagine. But now, scientists have broadened this imagination by discovering around 24 planets that may be more suitable for supporting life than Earth. All these planets are outside our solar system. In fact, all of them are located more than 100 light-years away from the Earth.

    This discovery does not confirm the presence of any life of the aforementioned planets, but simply identifies the ‘super-habitable’ worlds that possess conditions that are conducive to life.

    In this study, led by Dirk Schulze-Makuch, a Washington State University scientist and a geobiologist with expertise in planetary habitability, the research team identified the characteristics of super-habitable planets, which essentially include worlds that are older, a little larger, slightly warmer, and possibly wetter than Earth, along with those that orbit slowly changing stars with longer lifespans than our Sun.Using these criteria and more, the researchers searched for apt candidates among 4,500 known exoplanets—planets that orbit a star outside our solar system. Subsequently, these 24 contenders for super-habitable planets were identified.

    In the near future, these worlds are likely to serve as the go-to ‘targets’ for upcoming advanced telescopes such as NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, the LUVIOR space observatory, and the European Space Agency's PLATO space telescope to focus their observation efforts on.

    With the next space telescopes coming up, we will get more information, so it is important to select some targets, said Schulze-Makuch. We have to focus on certain planets that have the most promising conditions for complex life. However, we have to be careful to not get stuck looking for a second Earth, because there could be planets that might be more suitable for life than ours.
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  • 24 Alternative Planets to Earth which are SUPERHABITABLE!


    In today's video, we discuss how the Scientists came across 24 Alternative Planets to Earth, which are superhabitable and thus, better than Earth in terms of supporting life as we know it.

    In October 2020, Astrobiology published a new report shortlisting 24 different planets which they call “superhabitable” alternatives to Earth.

    Instead of trying to find planets that are more or less identical to Earth, the team set off to look for ones where the conditions are — or maybe — even more beneficial for life and sustainable as well.

    “We are so focused on finding a mirror image of Earth that we may overlook a planet that is even more well suited for life,” the project’s lead astrobiologist Dirk Schulze-Makuch said during an interview with VICE.

    He also noted that the tropical areas of our own planet happen to be the most lively parts as well, the team went in search of warmer and more humid planets roughly the same size as Earth, allowing some to be as large as 1.5 times our size, as the upper limit, as the bigger surface area may provide more room for life to evolve and develop.

    “With the next space telescopes coming up, we will get more information, so it is important to select some targets,” Schulze-Makuch explained to The Weather Channel.

  • Planets could be better for life than Earth | Epic Daily Videos


    Earth is the only planet we know of so far that harbors life, but it may not be the best place for
    life compared to "super-habitable" planets, according to a new study.

    And while scientists search for other planets outside of our solar system, called exoplanets, that
    could support life, planets that are very much like Earth may not be the best answer.

    We are so focused on finding a mirror image of Earth that we can miss a planet that is even
    more suitable for life," said Dirk Schulze-Makuch, lead author of the study and professor of
    astrobiology and planetary habitability at State University. Washington, in an email to CNN. The
    study was published in the journal Astrobiology on Monday.

    In the new study, Schulze-Makuch and his co-authors identified 24 exoplanets and exoplanet
    candidates (planets that have not been positively confirmed as exoplanets). All are more than
    100 light years apart, which could be a competitor for super-habitable planets with conditions
    more suitable for life than Earth.

    However, the authors caution that this does not mean that they have confirmed that life exists
    on these planets. Instead, it means that these planets could have conditions conducive to life.

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    Dan is joined by astrobiologist Dirk Schulze-Makuch to chat about 24 planets betters suited for life than earth as well as asking your own Science Questions!

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  • Are There Planets More Suitable for Life Than Earth?


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  • Better Than Earth? Are There Superhabitable Worlds In The Milky Way?


    I’ve said many times in the past that the Earth is the best planet in the Universe. No matter where we go, we’ll never find a planet that’s a better home to Earth life than Earth. Of course, that’s because we, and all other Earth life evolved in this environment. Evolution adapted us to this planet, and it’s unlikely we could ever find another planet this good for us.

    However, is it the best planet? Are there places in the Universe which might have the conditions for more diversity of life?

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