It’s another lazy Monday morning, and what better way is there to wake up your brain and look like you’re working than by reading sciencey words on a screen. Here are the big stories of the last week.
Planet Discovered In Goldilocks Zone Around “Nearby” Star
The Kepler telescope has discovered three slightly-larger-than-Earth-sized planets in orbit around a dwarf star some 150 light-years away. One of these planets is thought to be in the star’s Goldilocks zone, the “not-too-hot/not-too-cold” region of space around a star where water might exist on a planet. This planets are close enough for their atmospheres to be studied from Earth. More on Science Daily and IFLScience.
Daily 20-Minute Walk Helps Stave Off Premature Death
Just 20 minutes a day of walking is all that’s required to reduce the risk of premature…
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