10 billion habitable planets in the Milky Way

NASA has announced that 1284 new planets have been found by Kepler telescope. Of these, more than 100 planets, which are orbiting distant stars, are Earth-sized and nine planets are situated in habitable zones, meaning they may have water and even support life. Scientists working on Kepler mission said that, as per calculations, there could be more than 10 billion habitable planets in the Milky Way. To get latest current affairs view here.

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