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June 25 2013
Astronomers have discovered a new cluster of stars relatively close to earth which contain three 'Super-Earth' sized planets which could, in theory, be suitable for sustaining life.
It is the first time that a system has been found with what is being described as "a fully packed habitable zone". The star, named Gliese 667C, is already a very well-studied star which is just over one third of the mass of the Sun.
It is part of a triple star system known as Gliese 667, which is situated 22 light-years away in the constellation of Scorpius.
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