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Scattered around the Milky Way are stars that resemble our own sun—but a new study is finding that any planets orbiting those stars may very well be hotter and more dynamic than Earth. <img src="hxxp: feeds. feedburner. com/~r/sciencedaily/space_time/astronomy/~4/XMrginLzgB0" height="1" width="1"/>
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Assuming an orbit similar to Earths, it would take about 3 years of looking to confirm a planet in that orbit.

If the goldie-locks zone is larger then the orbit could be greater and it will take more time to see the stars wobble (one of the ways to determine there is a planet there).

But we are looking and all will be revealed if we can be savvy enough to ask the right questions.

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