A second chance for planets around Red Giant Stars

When a star ages and brightens, the habitable zone moves outward and you’re basically giving a second wind to a planetary system.

In this Space.com article by Nola Taylor Redd, the Carl Sagan Institute’s Ramses Ramirez states “When a star ages and brightens, the habitable zone moves outward and you’re basically giving a second wind to a planetary system.”

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Ramses Ramirez, ELSI, Tokyo, Japan