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Jan 2013

A Symphony of Science

Today, an announcement came out about a paper led by Ravi Kopparapu that updates the habitable zone, moving it further out in space from host stars. I really like this paper (on which I’m a co-author) because it demonstrates how science often progresses: through a series of incremental improvements, the totality of which has profound implications for a handful of known planets. Here’s the new habitable zone, in pretty picture form (courtesy Chester Harman/Penn State): You see, the habitable zone....
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