Crowdsourcing the search for the hypothetical Neptune-sized world at the edge of the solar system.
The Deep Space Network is a crucial link to spacecraft beyond Earth.
92 percent of all potentially habitable planet-formation is yet to occur, but we'll never see the results.
A rough place to produce extraterrestrial life.
Now the question is what else can it do.
An Earth-ish planet orbiting a red dwarf star would be the saddest thing. A perfect ball of rock, featuring plenty of carbon and water and methane, orbiting a dark star with no visible light, and stuck in tidal lock. That is, it orbits the star so...