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Some stars could host seven habitable planets

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Hazzard

Imagine if our system had at least one or two more habitable worlds. :tu:

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Piney
34 minutes ago, Hazzard said:

Imagine if our system had at least one or two more habitable worlds. :tu:

We would of if Venus had a big moon. 

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jethrofloyd

And still no aliens nowhere in sight?

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Essan

I think moons of gas giants are far more likely to have life on them.

Double planetary systems, within the goldilock's zone, necessary to create the stable conditions for life to not only evolve but thrive, appear to be rare.  We know of only one ....  

Whether less stable, single, planets within the zone could be habitable for a short period of time - a few millions years - for humans, should we reach them, is a separate matter.  Maybe so.

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Hazzard
2 hours ago, jethrofloyd said:

And still no aliens nowhere in sight?

Im pretty sure they are out there somewhere, even intelligent ones, but space is so unimaginable vast so we may never know of them, or them of us.

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