Researchers Find First Planet That Could Support Life

Researchers said that for the first time they’ve discovered an extrasolar planet that could harbor life, as it lies squarely in the so-called "habitable zone" of a nearby star.
The planet, dubbed "Gliese 581g," is the sixth known planet found orbiting the red dwarf known as Gliese 581, found within the constellation of Libra. The planet was found by teams at the University of California (UC) Santa Cruz, and the Carnegie Institution of Washington, after nearly a decade of observations using the W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii.


Experts postulate that although we have no concrete proof of life on Gliese 581g yet, the AT&T coverage is almost certainly better than most cities in metropolitan US.