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2012-08-20 21:44:27
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There are no confirmed life forms on other planets. However, the possibility of life on other planets is very real. The number of stars with terrestrial planets in the Habitable Zone in our galaxy alone is immense. Given that number, up to 50 billion, multiplied by the possibility of millions of millions of galaxies makes it remarkably probable that life exists somewhere else.

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Earth's scientist have not found life on other planets to date.

No body knows at this time.

well, other planets have properties such as gases which life forms or organisms can't live in or they would die.

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God made earth for us and he made the other planets for other life forms. But why are many other living beings very much more intelligent than humans?

Probably, somewhere in the universe. However we have yet to discover proof.

NO- People have found water on other planets but there is no life there.

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Life on Other Planets was created in 2001-10.

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the planets containing life form other than earth may have a dangerous species, or the planet itself may be dangerous.

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Because on other planets we know of there is no evidence of oxygen in the atmosphere or much liquid water on the surface on any of the other planets to support life. Also it is often too cold or too hot on other planets or they are too big or too small so no life forms as we know them could live there.

mars can maybe support life but not any other planets.

Emanuel Swedenborg is the author of Life on Other Planets

Space astronauts went to the planets to be sure there is no life on planets

The question "is water compulsory for all life forms"is not specific,all life forms known to man today requires some amount of the compound H2O or water for their cell structures. while this is true there may be unknown life forms existing in other celestial bodies.The significance of life on other planets is expressed by the formation of exobiology or the study of life on other bodies outside Earth.

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there isn't actually a reason for "what are planets for" but they might be for life forms. planets are not for anything really, they just got made by gravity.

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On one planet manley mars there might be able to be life forms if they were very small creatures.


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