Niflaos HaBorei: Study Reveals 100 Billion Alien Planets


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A new study released today suggests that our Milky Way galaxy houses at least 100 billion alien planets, and possibly even more. That numbers one planet per star.

Researchers from NASA made the estimate after studying a five-planet system called Kepler-32, which is thought to be representative of the galaxy’s many other planets.

“I usually try not call things ‘Rosetta stones,’ but this is as close to a Rosetta stone as anything I’ve seen,” says John Johnson, one of the study’s authors. “It’s like unlocking a language that we’re trying to understand-the language of planet formation.” Read more at MSNBC.

{Andy Newscenter}


  1. And, of course, that’s only our galaxy. There are probably more than 170 billion galaxies in the observable universe.

    The Wolf

    Its more like conjecture that suggests there may be planets that could possibly be revolving around other stars.
    “Reveals alien planets” is a long shot.