What if scientists could find potentially habitable worlds just by looking at stars?

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Oct 22, 2019
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Looking for life traditionally starts with finding a planet with the right temperature to host liquid water — but scientists are working to find new criteria for down potentially habitable worlds.

What if scientists could find potentially habitable worlds just by looking at stars? : Read more
"After all, scientists are going to need every observation they can get their hands on if they want to track down potential life in other solar systems. "Habitability is really difficult to figure out," Hinkel said. "It's not like we can go and get a scoop of the planet, so modeling is pretty much all we're going to have for a very long time."

An objective statement without hype like some reports I see. Presenty there are 4191 confirmed exoplanets now, The Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia
 

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