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Feb 23, 2017

Seven Earth-like Planets Discovered In Milky Way - Continuous Disclosure

In another major step towards continuous disclosure, this time researchers have announced the discovery of seven Earth-like planets orbiting a small star in our own galaxy.

Seven Earth-like Planets Discovered TRAPPIST-1f
An artist's conception of what the surface of the exoplanet TRAPPIST-1f. NASA/JPL-Caltech)
All seven roughly match the size and mass of our own planet and are almost certainly rocky, and three are perfectly perched to harbour life-nurturing oceans of water, they reported in the journal Nature.

Most critically, their proximity to Earth and the dimness of their red dwarf star, called Trappist-1, will allow astronomers to parse each one's atmosphere in search of chemical signatures of biological activity.

"We have made a crucial step towards finding life out there," said co-author Amaury Triaud, a scientist at the University of Cambridge.

Seven Earth-like planets discovered around single star Trappist-1

The Trappist-1 system, a mere 39 light years distant, has the largest number of Earth-sized planets known to orbit a single star.

It also has the most within the so-called "temperate zone" -- not so hot that water evaporates, nor so cold that it freezes rock-solid.

The discovery adds to growing evidence that our home galaxy, the Milky Way, may be populated with tens of billions of worlds not unlike our own -- far more than previously suspected.

Keywords: exoplanets, other planets, other solar systems, TRAPPIST-1, Earthlike planets, Disclosure


  1. This is really exciting news! Can't wait to see if there's life on these planets. Even microbial life would be very cool!

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