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20 Billion Earth-Sized Habitable Planets in Milky Way?

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Astronomers from the University of California at Berkely and the University of Hawaii at Manoa have concluded that there could be as many as 20 billion planets in the universe that are both Earth-sized and within what is called the habitable zone.

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Ready to Leave the Milky Way? All You Need to Do is Travel 1.2 Million MPH

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According to a new theory, in order to leave the Milky Way galaxy, you would first need to achieve a traveling speed of 1.2 million miles per hour!

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Our Galaxy May Contain 60 Billion Potentially Habitable Planets Orbiting Red Dwarfs

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Our galaxy could be teeming with potentially habitable planets, with as many as 60 billion potential red dwarf planets found to be within habitable zones.

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Methuselah: The Oldest Star In The Universe

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Milky Way galaxy's Methuselah star’s age has been found out by researchers to be 13.7 billion years, which puts an end to a puzzling problem.

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