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Steve Sack, Cagle Cartoons, The Minneapolis Star Tribune —
European astronomers said Monday that they may have found a celestial body with the right characteristics to host life: a “Goldilocks” planet circling a star at a distance that is not too hot, not too cold, but just right for liquid water to exist.
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