APR 29, 2014 11:21 AM PDT
New Earth Discovered, Habitable Planet Kepler 186F
WRITTEN BY: Jennifer Ellis
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New earth-like planet discovered, Kepler 186F, in a habitable zone orbiting a new star, discovered from the Kepler mission this year.
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