The latest exoplanet discovery has astronomers pondering the possibility that it could be an exact replica of our own planet Earth, and that it could possess the ability to host life. The discovery was announced at the meeting Monday by Christopher Burke of the SETI Institute as part of a batch of 461 new planet candidates discovered by Kepler... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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