‘Goldilocks’ stars may be ‘just right’ for finding habitable worlds

‘Goldilocks’ stars may be ‘just right’ for finding habitable worlds
Scientists looking for signs of life beyond our solar system face major challenges, one of which is that there are hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy alone to consider. To narrow the search, they must figure out: What kinds of stars are most likely to host habitable planets?
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