1. Other solar systems could cram in as many as seven Earth-like planets  CNET
  2. Solar systems could have a large number of planets that are home to alien life, study finds  The Independent
  3. Surprising number of exoplanets could host life  Phys.org
  4. Search for aliens given HUGE boost following exoplanet study  Daily Express
  5. Extrasolar Planetary Systems Could Have Up to Seven Earth-Like Planets in Their Habitable Zones | Astrobiology, Astronomy  Sci-News.com
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We might want to blame Jupiter for the lack of other habitable planets around our own sun.We might want to blame Jupiter for the lack of other habitable planets around our own sun.

Other solar systems could cram in as many as seven Earth-like planets - CNET

Other solar systems could have large numbers of planets that are home to alien life, a new study has found. The research suggests that other parts of the universe could be host to numerous planets that are habitable, unlike our solar system, where just one of the worlds has the right conditions for life to thrive. Scientists looking for life elsewhere in the universe regularlyOther solar systems could have large numbers of planets that are home to alien life, a new study has found. The research suggests that other parts of the universe could be host to numerous planets

Solar systems could have a large number of planets that are home to alien life, study finds | The Independent

Earth. A new study shows other stars could have as many as seven Earth-like planets in the absence of a gas giant like Jupiter.

Surprising number of exoplanets could host life

ALIENS could live on a 'surprising' number of exoplanets, researchers have discovered in what will be considered a massive boost in the search for extraterrestrials.ALIENS could live on a 'surprising' number of exoplanets, researchers have discovered in what will be considered a massive boost in the search for extraterrestrials.

Search for aliens given HUGE boost following exoplanet study | Science | News | Express.co.uk

Other stars could have as many as seven Earth-like planets in the absence of farther out giant planets, according to a new study led by the University of California, Riverside.Other stars could have as many as seven Earth-like planets in the absence of farther out giant planets, according to a new study led by the University of California, Riverside.

Extrasolar Planetary Systems Could Have Up to Seven Earth-Like Planets in Their Habitable Zones | Astrobiology, Astronomy | Sci-News.com