More than half of all sunlike stars in the Milky Way may have a habitable planet

Our Milky Way galaxy abounds with potentially Earth-like planets, a new study suggests.

On average, each sunlike star in the Milky Way likely harbors between 0.4 and 0.9 rocky planets in its “habitable zone,” the just-right range of orbital distances where liquid water could be stable on a world’s surface, researchers have found.

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