"So far, about 4,000 planets have been discovered outside the Solar System, none of which have had life on their surface." How much do we actually know about those 4,000 planets? What are the grounds for saying that none of them have life on their surface?

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Colin Robinson

Colin Robinson

Someone who likes sharing factual information and fragments of the big picture