Planet vs. Star Size, Earth-Like Planets Within the Milky Way Galaxy, and Red Dwarf Star Burn Rates, Temperature, Planets, and Solar Flares

The contrast difference between a planet the size of Earth and a star the size of our sun is 10,000,000,000 (10 billion) to 1. Astronomers estimate that there are tens of billions of planets the size of Earth with the same temperature, within the Milky Way Galaxy. Red dwarf stars can burn for trillions of years unlike typical stars which usually burn for a few billion years. Red dwarf stars are cooler than other stars which is part of the reason this feat is made possible. It’s theorized that re...

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