#3
It has already been posted I believe, but interesting news nonetheless
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#7
http://www.universetoday.com/74640/new-earth-sized-exoplanet-is-in-star%E2%80%99s-habitable-zone/ Same thread.

Seem's pretty awesome. Was found in the “Goldilocks zone”.

A ridiculous theory, but if Humans launched a "Object" crawling with bacteria on the in-side. Got through to the planets atmosphere... Imagine the possibilities when it smashes down on the ground.

But then again, it's one of the most Habitable planets out there we have found out there, but there is most likely; well I'm positive. Billions of Habitable planets out there.
Last edited by CryingLightning at Sep 30, 2010,
#9
Quote by CryingLightning
http://www.universetoday.com/74640/new-earth-sized-exoplanet-is-in-star%E2%80%99s-habitable-zone/ Same thread.

Seem's pretty awesome. Was found in the “Goldilocks zone”.

A ridiculous theory, but if Humans launched a "Object" crawling with bacteria on the in-side. Got through to the planets atmosphere... Imagine the possibilities when it smashes down on the ground.

But then again, it's one of the most Habitable planets out there we have found out there, but there is most likely; well I'm positive. Billions of Habitable planets out there.


I imagine it would either devour the life that would already be there, or the life that is there will devour it.