Most habitable planets may have water covering 90 percent of their surface.
Exoplanet 40 light-years away from Earth could be the best bet at finding alien life.
Scientists are now working on a New Way to filter out Habitable Planets that could support ‘Alien Life’.
Life may be found in two planets orbiting a dwarf star.
An international team of astronomers from MIT, University of Liege in Belgium were the pioneers who discovered the new three planets orbiting an ultracool dwarf star, just forty light years away from Earth.
A new study found if some planets were habitable, life would become extinct right after its origin due to extreme heating or cooling.
Globular star clusters can hold a million stars in a ball that's only about 100 light-years across on average. Now, though, scientists have found that these clusters may be good places to look for space-faring civilizations.