Scientists may have just come closer to answering questions about whether other planets in the universe may be able to support life.
The researchers used data on the UV levels required to make the molecular structures needed within a functioning cell.
The team used this data to search for planets receiving similar UV levels from stars nearby, and have narrowed down the possibilities to two planets outside of our solar system.
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