Mathew Anderson
ASIN: B07C69B5VJ
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 63

Amazon Best Selling Author - #1 in Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science, and CosmologyDiscover in a short and comprehensive read the chance of exoplanets being habitable around the most exotic and abundant type of star in the Universe – red dwarfs. You will also get a peek into the wildly different environments of these exotic worlds with features unlike anything we experience here on Earth!A common misconception is that our own star type, G-class, is the most common star. This is far from reality. Red Dwarfs (comprising of both late K-type and all M-type) are at least 70% of all stars in the Milky Way galaxy. While life has been located around our own star type (as we are here to talk about that revelation), it would be shortsighted to ignore the vast majority stars because we have assumptions about how inhospitable they may be for life — assumptions that are quickly being ...
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