HOUSTON—Using conservative criteria, a new assessment of nearly 4,300 exoplanet candidates detected using NASA’s Kepler space observatory has produced 20 Earthlike terrestrial planets orbiting their host stars within the so-called “habitable zone (HZ),” where water would be stable as a liquid on the ...

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