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Melting Moons Could Support Liveable Atmospheres for Aeons | New Scientist
Many of the planets we've spotted outside our solar system are Jupiter-like gas giants, unsuited to life as we know it. But if they host rocky moons, those moons could make for livable habitats. Owen Lehmer, graduate student of Earth and space sciences at the UW, is quoted.
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