Video: NASA announces seven Earth-like planets found orbiting one star, TRAPPIST-1, and any one of them could sustain liquid water and life!


The red dwarf star TRAPPIST-1, which sits in the constellation of Aquarius and barely the size of Jupiter, was thought a year ago to have three planets in orbit around it. This initial discovery caused scientists to keep a close eye on the star. But now a study published in the science journal Nature has exposed a wealth of worlds which are generally thought of as being rare. NASA has just made the incredible announcement: Seven Earth-sized exoplanets around the one star. All are thought to be mostly made up of rock and could potentially support liquid water on their surfaces.




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