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A study by the University of Southampton gives a new perspective on why our planet has managed to stay habitable for billions of years – concluding it is almost…

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Artist’s rendering of potentially habitable exoplanets. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC-Caltech)
A study by the University of Southampton gives a new perspective on why our planet has managed to stay habitable for billions of years – concluding it is almost certainly due, at least in part, to luck. The research suggests this may lengthen the odds of finding life on so-called ‘twin-Earths’ in the Universe.
The research, published in the Nature journal Communications Earth and Environment, involved…

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