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"We have made a crucial step towards finding life out there," said co-author Amaury Triaud, a scientist at the University of Cambridge. "Up to now, I don't think we have had the right planets to find out," he said in a press briefing. "Now we have the right target."

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"That is something nobody did before us - most astronomers were focused on stars like our Sun," he told journalists ahead of publication.

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But when subsequent calculations didn't quite tally, Gillon realised that there might be other stars that had escaped Earth-bound observation.

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Looking from Earth, the astronomers could only track activity around the star at night. "From space, we observed continually and matched all the transits," 34 in all.

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Gillon and his team have started to analyse the chemical make-up of the atmospheres. "There is at least one combination of molecules, if present with relative abundance, that would tell us there is life, with 99 per cent confidence [url=http://www.airmax98supreme.fr/off-white-x-nike-air-max/air-max-97-off-white.html]Nike Air Max 97 Off White Pas Cher[/url] ," said Gillon.

A certain mix of methane, oxygen or ozone, and carbon dioxide, for example, could almost certainly come only from biological sources. "But except for detecting a message from beyond our solar system from intelligence out there, we will never be 100 percent sure," he added.

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The red dwarf - which would loom 10 times larger than the Sun in our sky - would be a "deep crimson" shading into a salmon-like colour, he said.

"The view would be beautiful - you would have about 200 times less light that from the Sun on Earth at midday," he added. "It would be like the end of a sunset."


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