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What is a Superhabitable Planet?

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A news headline today says that scientists have identified 24 “superhabitable” planets. So I thought now was a good time to talk about what that actually means.

What is a Superhabitable Planet?

A superhabitable planet, in plain terms, is one which is more suited to life than the Earth.




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