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Current efforts to find exoplanets with the potential to harbor life habitable planets and exoplanets with life focus on smaller stars than the Sun, because these so called M dwarfs or red dwarfs make up more than 75% of stars in the solar neighborhood. It may be possible to find habitable planets around these small stars with the current level of technology. Thus searching for habitable planets around M dwarfs is considered the fast track to find a second Earth. High levels of atmospheric oxygen are considered the most promising indicator for life on exoplanets.
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