Tens of billions of inhabitable planets could be floating around red…

Great news in the search for planets that could hold life. New research suggests the search for habitable worlds should look to dim red dwarf stars, which may hold billions of chances for life — some of them in our own galactic neighborhood. » 3/29/12 11:00am 3/29/12 11:00am

Life might not be possible around red dwarf stars

There could be over 150 billion planets in our galaxy alone, which makes the chances of life on other words look very solid indeed. But there's one snag: the universe's most common stars might not support life at all. » 1/16/12 4:16pm 1/16/12 4:16pm