Newfound Alien Planet Is Best Place Yet to Search for Life - Space.com

A newly discovered planet around a distant star may jump to the top of the list of places where scientists should go looking for alien life. The alien world known as LHS 1140b is rocky, like Earth. It is only 40 light-years away from our solar system ...

A New Exoplanet May Be the Most Promising Yet in Search for Signs of Life - New York Times

An artist's impression of the newly discovered rocky exoplanet. The exoplanet is close enough that astronomers are hopeful that with the next generation of big telescopes, they will be able to probe its atmosphere for signs of water or other evidence ...

Potentially Habitable Exoplanet Found Close Enough for Us to Study Its Atmosphere Soon - The Wire

A planet's atmosphere is what we need to be studying the most if and when we're looking for signs of life. An artist's impression of the newly discovered rocky exoplanet, LHS 1140b. Credit: M. Weiss/CfA. Earth: A super-Earth has been discovered ...

Worried about gigantic asteroids hurtling towards Earth? There's a graph for that - Wired.co.uk

This is the one! Super-Earth 40 light years away is our 'best chance of finding alien life yet'. Exoplanets; 11 minutes ago. Register to vote online for the 2017 general election. Register to vote online for the 2017 general election. Voting; 3 hours ...

Newfound exoplanet the latest hot place to look for aliens - CNET

This planet is located in the liquid water habitable zone surrounding its host, a small, faint red star named LHS 1140. M. Weiss/CfA. Exoplanet discoveries in the past decade have made it clear there are plenty of other solar systems, but in the last ...

Scientists Discover Planet Which Could Be Our Best Bet at Finding Alien Life - Newsweek

LHS 1140b Artist's impression of the newly discovered rocky exoplanet, LHS 1140b. Image shows the planet passing in front of its host star. M. Weiss/CfA. Tech & Science exoplanet alien life super earth. A newly discovered planet sitting in a solar ...

Astronomers Have Discovered Yet Another Planet Around a Nearby Star - The Atlantic

Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. For more than three years, the MEarth-South observatory, a cluster of telescopes in Chile, has stared at distant stars in the night sky, waiting for a hint of ...