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Exomoons may be home to ET life

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"Dr Sutton said: "These moons can be internally heated by the gravitational pull of the planet they orbit, which can lead to them having liquid water well outside the normal narrow habitable zone for planets that we are currently trying to find Earth-like planets in. I believe that if we can find them, moons offer a more promising avenue to finding extra-terrestrial life."

"This interest has inspired Dr Sutton's latest research, which looked at the possibility of moons orbiting the exoplanet J1407b, analysing whether they may have caused gaps in the planet's ring system."

Full article at Science Daily: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/06/190604131135.htm

"'Exomoons' Around Giant Planets May Be The Best Place To Search For Life, Say Scientists"

At Forbes magazine: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamiecartereurope/2019/06/05/exomoons-around-giant-planets-may-be-the-best-place-to-search-for-life-say-scientists/#4dd692d67205

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