Earth could sustain life at least 1.75B more years, researchers say

09/19/2013 |

Life could continue on Earth for an additional 1.75 billion years to 3.25 billion years until the planet travels outside the solar system's habitable zone, according to a study in Astrobiology. Researchers at the University of East Anglia in the U.K. developed a model to determine the amount of time species have to evolve on alien planets, and applied it to Earth.

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