Could planets orbiting Alpha Centauri harbor life? NASA findings suggest it's possible



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It looks like our next door stellar neighbors might not be so bad for life after all. 

NASA’s Chandra space telescope has revealed that any planets circling Alpha Centauri, which is located about 4 light-years from Earth, could be a more friendly place for life than we initially thought.

Scientists have always held Alpha Centauri is one of our best chances for finding life beyond the solar system, but the three-star system was believed to be so inundated with harmful X-ray radiation that hopes for habitability around any yet-to-be-found planets were dim. 

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