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NASA’s Kepler space telescope has discovered three planets that may be able to support life, while one of them is the most earth-like world spotted to date, scientists say.
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We will have to invent such high technique telescope which can peep deep into other earths for Alien
wat a great discovery....wat if there aliens ova thea, wat would b the next move?
l8:50.... You're sure are you? Bible tell you that? Intelligent life on earth? You?
Amazing how "God" keeps creating, isn't it?...That's what Yanks think, probably.
09:38 They said the planets are in the right zone to support liquid water, not if water was there.
I am sure the only planet with "intelligent&qu ot; life is Earth.
I see no mention of water... What about water and oxygen..?
The universe is just so amazing this might as well be a good plot for a science fiction film.
I'm lost for words. "drifts off into imagination"
Our solar system is a controlled lab environment or a school, past pluto it's a different game
Matured Scientists making discoveries and putting powers into hands of premature peoples
In the constellation of Sygnus, there lies a mysterious invisible force. The black hole of Sygnus X-1.
Six stars of northern cross, in moarning of their sisters loss. Never more to grace the night!
this is stupid there are people dying of hunger and you are using 600 mil. to look at stars shameonu
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