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A new striking nine-gigapixel image has captured a catalogue of more than 84 million stars in the central parts of the Milky Way - ten times more than previously observed[/It has also found a large number of faint red dwarf stars which are prime candidates around which to search for small exoplanets - planets outside the solar system that may be Earth-like
Originally posted by Philodemus
reply to post by cranspace
And it's so depressing to think that we are totally alone here in this vast and inhospitable universe.....edit on 24-10-2012 by Philodemus because: (no reason given)
we are living proof that intelligent life exists on planets