“Kepler-10c” Large Earth-Like Planet Studied; Rock Formations at Younger Age then Expected


Lawrence Krauss says the recently discovered ‘Mega-Earth’ could possibly contain life.

Lawrence Krauss explains that nature has a greater imagination than the human mind.

The HARPS-N spectrograph on the Canary Islands’ Telescopio Nazionale Galileo studied Kepler-10c (discovered in 2011) while observing two seasons for the large planet, and recently published data and determinations, which indicate that the planet is actually a rocky world weighing 17 times more than Earth. The finding shows that rocky planets can be formed much sooner than expected. Formation of life is believed to be correlated with planets capable of rock formations.

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