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Star count of the universe may triple, new study suggests

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Associated Press

A study suggests the universe could have triple the number of stars scientists previously calculated. For those of you counting at home, the new estimate is 300,000,000,000,000,000,000, 000. That’s 300 sextillion…

A second study, led by a Harvard University scientist, focuses on a distant “super Earth’’ planet and sees clues to the content of its atmosphere — the first of this kind of data for this size planet. It orbits a red dwarf…

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