“Exoplanets around these nearby stars have a cosmic front-row seat to see if Earth holds life, the scientists said in research published June 23 in Nature.” At least with the technology we are aware of.
“Greater tilting increased photosynthetic oxygen production in the ocean in our model, in part by increasing the efficiency with which biological ingredients are recycled. “
It turns out those free floating “rogue planets” they discovered may also possess habitable moons.
Over the past couple years an unprecedented amount of new discoveries have been made that indicate water and organic chemistry … More
MIT planetary scientist Sara Seager and her team now claim that micro-organisms may be able to thrive in the atmosphere … More