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Why is Earth the Only Planet with Life?

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Madison Gregurek

on 22 December 2014

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Transcript of Why is Earth the Only Planet with Life?

Earth
Kepler-186f
KOI-3010.01.

KOI-3284.01
KOI-1686.01
Gliese 667 Cc
KOI-4742.01
Kepler-62e
Gliese 832 c
Kepler-283c
KOI-2418.01
KOI-2529.02
Tau Cetie
Kepler-296f
Gliese 180 c
Gliese 581 g
KOI-2474.01
Gliese 667 Cf
KOI-2469.01
KOI-2992.01
KOI-4333.01
Gliese 163 c
Gliese 180 b
HD 40307 g.

KOI-854.01
KOI-4550.01
Kepler-61b
KOI-4745.01
KOI-2762.01
KOI-1871.01
KOI-4036.01
Gliese 422 b
Kepler-22b
KOI-3282.01
KOI-4450.01
KOI-4054.01
KOI-4087.01
KOI-4583.01
Kepler-298d
KOI-4005.01
Kapteyn b
Kepler-62f
Kepler-186f
Kepler-174d
Gliese 667 Ce
KOI-2770.01
Gliese 682 c
KOI-4356.01
Gliese 581 d
Why is Earth
the only
planet with life?
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