3 of the planets reside in the "habitual" zone , where temps are optimal for water, oceans, etc.
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I dunno broski, the people who study the universe seem pretty excited, will be fun to see what science can provide over the next several years for sure -- J
Jeff, I Don't know if the excitement is misplaced. We got Venus, a sister planet in mass, and not far from the 'temperate zone'. But, there are not many places in the Solar System that is more uninhabitable.
Ha, certainly won't delete, think its a great response. I do think its important however, as the question of whether or not life exists elsewhere in the universe has been debated since the dawn of man.
Jeff, I agree and so has the debate about God as well. It does seem wasteful to have a whole solar system and only one life bearing planet. At least as life as we know it, or want to know it. :)
eggzachery my fren, and so here we are, is this as big as a ufo landing on copacabana (if it hasnt already), that remains to be seen, but, nonetheless, finally, now we have some interesting planets that may actually have life (an new strains of ganja