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News - December 6, 2013

'From science fiction to science fact'

SETI scientist finds proof of unlikely planets orbiting two suns

by Ashley Finden

Discovering that something from science fiction is real is no ordinary feat. Laurance Doyle, an astrophysicist at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, put in years of dedicated research, overcoming obstacles and disbelief from onlookers, and now he can say that something only seen on movie screens really exists.

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Email Ashley Finden at afinden@mv-voice.com


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