Astronomers have suggested that planets with two suns may be habitable

Astrophysicists from the College of New Jersey, using computer simulations, have concluded that planets in binary star systems can maintain stable orbits for a billion years.

According to the authors of the scientific work, the report of which was made at the 241st meeting of the American Astronomical Society, the data obtained suggest that among the planets with "two suns" there may be potentially habitable ones.

Planets revolving around a system of two stars are often called "tatooine" in honor of the planet with two luminaries from the fantastic movie saga "Star Wars". The first evidence of the existence of an Earth-like planet in such a system of astrophysics was found in 2017..

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