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Ocean Circulation Might Be the Key to Finding Habitable Exoplanets

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Ocean Circulation Might Be the Key to Finding Habitable Exoplanets

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    Ocean Circulation Might Be the Key to Finding Habitable Exoplanets
    by Evan Gough

    We’ve found thousands and thousands of exoplanets now. And spacecraft like TESS will likely find thousands and thousands more of them. But most exoplanets are gassy giants, molten hell-holes, or frozen wastes. How can we find those needles-in-the-haystack habitable worlds that may be out there? How can we narrow our search? Well, first of all, …

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