Gazing Afar for Other Earths, and Other Beings

Over the next two or three years, as Kepler continues to stare and sift, astronomers say, it will be able to detect planets in the “Goldilocks” zones, where it is neither too hot nor too cold for liquid water.

“What we want is to find life,” said Geoffrey Marcy, an astronomer at the University of California, Berkeley, who is part of the Kepler team.

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One comment on “Gazing Afar for Other Earths, and Other Beings

  1. Bart Hall (Kansas, USA) says:

    “I have other sheep, not of this fold.” (John 10:16) might very well be referring to much more than Gentiles.