Earth-Like Planets Orbit Nearby Red Dwarf Stars Say Scientists | Video
By Dave Brody, Executive Producer |
Data from NASA’s Kepler mission suggests that 6% of nearby red dwarf stars should have at least one Earth-sized world in the zone where life as we know it can exist. Such planets may have life that is much older than Earth’s.
credit : SPACE.com / Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) / Additional Imagery: NASA / Justin Ng