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If life exists on other worlds, would they even be able to see us?

"Only a very small fraction of exoplanets will just happen to be randomly aligned with our line of sight so we can see them transit," one of the researchers said.

Bright nebula gas cloud in deep outer space

Solar system's heliosphere may be croissant-shaped - study

These findings could have major implications on the search for habitable planets outside the solar system.

NASA and ESA set to launch Solar Orbiter on mission towards the sun

Normally, when scientists study the sun it rotates past them making it impossible to follow the desired area, however, 'SolO' will be able to hover over and follow one section of the sun.

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