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Are we unique?

in Space Fri Feb 24, 2012 12:24 pm
by balaur • 63 Posts

Are we the only life form in the Universe?Is the Solar system unique?
Considering the planets in our Solar system go in a nearly circular orbit around our sun.Most planets we discovered aren't that way.
What are the chances of a planet that can Harbor life like Earth?
Why are we so lucky to have a perfect Eclipse right on a planet that have an advanced civilization to observe it?(if you don't know what I'm talking about,the sun's diameter is about 4 times the length of the moon,at the same time,the moon is about 400 times closer to the Earth than the sun is)Eclipse on Mars pictured by the Rover shows that Mar's moon is too small and it only covers a third of the sun.
Are we unique in the Universe?


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RE: Are we unique?

in Space Fri Feb 24, 2012 6:21 pm
by Tyranna • 14 Posts

I don't think these features are necessary for life to evolve. But to find a mirror image of our solar system would be extraordinary.

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