The Interior of Exoplanets Could Point the Way to Finding Life

The Cosmic Companion
May 2 · 4 min read
An artist’s conception of Kepler 186f, an Earth-like planet in the habitable zone around its parent star. Image credit: NASA
The last 200 million years of plate tectonics on Earth, condensed to two minutes. Video credit: California Academy of Sciences
The TRAPPIST-1 system possesses at least seven planets, and some of these could have oceans far larger than those found on Earth. This artist’s conception shows what they may look like, based on the best available data. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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James Maynard is the author of two books, and thousands of articles about space and science. E-mail: thecosmiccompanion@gmail.com

The Cosmic Companion

Exploring the wonders of the Cosmos, one mystery at a time