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In this bytes video find out about the Goldilocks Zone and what happens if a planet or a moon lies within the Goldilocks Zone of a star system.

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  1. THE GOLDILOCKS ZONE


  2. The Goldilocks Zone is basically a habitable zone around a star where the temperature is just right - not too hot and not too cold


  3. Habitable Zone TOO HOT JUST RIGHT TOO COLD Planet size: 1-2x Earth


  4. THE HABITABLE ZONE MARS EARTH VENUS


  5. Venus is also found in the goldilock zone, Venus had water, which it eventually evaporated in a period of time


  6. "There's plenty of life on Earth and there's plenty of water, but we've yet to find life on other planets even in our own solar system." Professor John Webb


  7. scientists usually look for planets in the goldilocks zone when oerving star systems in the hope of finding a planet similar to earth and also possibly inhabited by life forms :.


  8. Bigger hotter stars have their Goldilocks Zones further out, while smaller cooler stars such as M-type red dwarf stars have habitable zones much closer in


  9. Red dwarfs are the most common type of star in the Milky Way galaxy.


  10. Kepler-186 System Kepler-452 System Solar System Kepler-186f Mercury Venus Earth Mars


  11. HABITABLE ZONE OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM HABITABLE ZONE ORBITS OF Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter