The Mathematical Equation to Count Stars Within the Milky Way Galaxy, the Goldilocks Zone Creating Liquid Upon Planets and Moons, Liquid Upon Jupiter’s Moon Europa, the Frequency of Hydrogen for Communication, and the Great Filter Theory

Scientists are able to estimate the number of stars within the Milky Way galaxy using a complex mathematical equation. This equation surmises that the Milky Way galaxy has an estimated 300,000,000,000 (300 billion) stars within it. The Kepler telescope simultaneously measures the intensity of brightness of 100,000 stars. Scientists estimate that there could be approximately 500,000,000 (500 million) rocky planets with liquid water in the Goldilocks Zone. Alternating stretching and compression pr...

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