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Astronomers have a good day when they detect one planet inside a star system's habitable zone. A mostly European team of researchers must be giddy, then, as it just found three of those ideally located planets around Gliese 667C. The group has combined existing observations from the ESO's Very Lar

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June 25, 2013 at 1:39PM
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A new potentially life-bearing \"super-Earth\" has been discovered orbiting a relatively nearby star. Described as the \"best candidate\" for supporting liquid water -- and therefore life -- the planet (GJ 667Cc) is believed to be about 4.5 times the size of Earth. The parent star (GJ 667C) is 22 light

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