About 60 tons of space dust hit Earth every day, and it could carry life away.
But don't book your tickets yet—this place is definitely too hot to handle.
Whether you're looking for a tropical getaway or a chance to sit by the ocean, this project has you covered.
It even orbits a star that doesn't spit out deadly rays on a regular basis—cozy!
A hurricane here on Earth is slowing down the search for life on other Earths.
It's about the size of 13 Jupiters smooshed together, which means that for a planet, it's really, really big.
Material ejected from a planet with bacteria or single-cell organisms could reach another within just 100 years.
The ultra-cool dwarf star TRAPPIST-1 has seven roughly Earth-sized planets orbiting it, with three in the star’s “habitable zone.”
Nine of the new planets are considered to be within the "habitable zone."
The study suggests water is even more widespread than thought.