Rocky Exoplanets around Binary Stars May Be Widespread, Astrophysicists Say

According to astrophysicists Dr Scott Kenyon of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and Dr Ben Bromley of the University of Utah, terrestrial, Earth-like exoplanets around binary stars may be common. For years, scientists believed that rocky planets could not form around most binary stars, at least not close enough to support life. The problem is that [...] —> Read More