'We are probably not alone' - NASA finds new worlds
The distant worlds were discovered by the planet-hunting Kepler telescope which, in four years of searching, has discovered 49 planets in the so-called Goldilocks zone.This is the area around a star which is considered neither too hot, nor too cold, to sustain complex life.Commenting on the discovery Kepler scientist Mario Perez said: "Are we alone?...
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