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    Default Host Star's Rotational Speed Important for Atmosphere



    A new model shows that a host star's rotational speed can have big implications for the development of a planet's atmosphere becoming habitable.

    Rotating Stars Can Help Planets Become Habitable
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    Default Re: Host Star's Rotational Speed Important for Atmosphere

    Just a little quibble, it may be baseless but the use of the term "evaporate" seemed misused. It just tweaked me the wrong way I guess. More importantly I think I need to get a life! Heeeheeheee
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