Scientists discover new planet similar to Earth

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It isn’t too hot. And it isn’t too cold. It’s slightly bigger, and it’s not too far away. Don’t worry, we’re not talking about the hell hole of South Carolina. Astronomers believe that they have found a planet that potentially has the right habitat for life to survive. In the past several years, this discovery is the first one known to be rocky. Screw Canada. We’re headed to this new planet with Trump as president.