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NASA Researchers Probe "Future Earths" --"We are Young in the Universe"

NASA researchers say that future Earths are more likely to appear inside giant galaxy clusters and in dwarf galaxies, which have yet to use up all their gas for building stars and accompanying planetary systems. By contrast, our Milky Way...
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