Have the Planets of the Trappist 1 Star System Evolved like Venus?

 

NASA Trappist 1

 

Not all stars are like the sun, a yellow class G star. M-Type stars like Trappist 1 comprise 70% of all stars in the Universe.  These cool, ancient objects glow a deep red from a high output of infrared radiation and exist 46-700 billion or more years, according to Mathew Anderson, author of Habitable Exoplanets: Red Dwarf Systems Like TRAPPIST-1.

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Our Planet’s 80 Trillion People Yet to Come to Do Plants Possess Intelligence? (Planet Earth Report)

NASA Earth from Space

 

Today’s stories include Scientists are Unraveling the Mystery of Time to Gladiators were the Superstars of the Roman Empire to Scientists Discover ‘Uncontaminated Extraterrestrial Materials’ in an Ancient Asteroid Sample, and much more.

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The Mystery of Primordial Black Holes to A Dubious Dark Matter Signal? (The Galaxy Report)

 

ESO Observatories

 

Today’s stories include The true story behind Carl Sagan’s cult classic, Contact to Is the Multiverse religion by another name to Will China be the first nation to discover extraterrestrial life, and much more.

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Giant Hole in the Universe to A Guide to Alien Technology (The Galaxy Report)

Alma Observatory

 

Today’s stories from Beyond range from NASA brings standards of evidence to the search for UFOs to The unexpected science from the James Webb’s first images to Investigating Milky Way’s origins.

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The Universe Contains a Single Mind to Could We Use Quantum Communication to Talk to Aliens? (The Galaxy Report)

ESO Observatories

 

Today’s stories from our amazing Universe range from Two Weeks In, the Webb Space Telescope Is Reshaping Astronomy to How did Earth avoid a Mars-like fate? to We are Not the First Technological Civilization, and much more.
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Scientists React to Webb’s 1st Images to Quantum Alien Signals (The Galaxy Report)

 

Alma Observatory

 

Today’s stories range from the headline to The Gaia Spacecraft has identified two giant new planets in the Milky Way to James Webb Space Telescope team quietly releases a picture of Jupiter to Building Blocks of RNA Spotted at the Center of the Milky Way to Dark Matter Doesn’t Exist, and much more.

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