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April 13th, 2013, 11:25 AM
Join Date: Jun 2012
There is most definitely a possiblity of life being out there in our universe, given the right conditions necessary as our Earth has. In fact, astronomers have recently discovered two planets just outside of our Solar System that are prime candidates for harboring living organisms: Keplar-22b and KOI-172.02. They both orbit a Sun-like star, they are likely to contain surface water that provides the basis of life, and the planets are within the ideal habitable zone.
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