That is one question that nasa has been trying to answer in its various space voyages. The last few years it’s gotten a lot of information via the Kepler Space Telescope, which began collecting data in 2009. Since then, “the telescope has found over 4,000 planetary candidates within 3,000 light years from us, almost 1,000 of which have been confirmed by the observations of other telescopes.” Then there’s ...
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