Statistical analysis of Kepler data suggests 22% of stars have Earth-sized Planets in the Habitable Zone

Habitable Zone

A statistical analysis of all the data accumulated by the Kepler mission has been conducted to reach an estimate of the number of Sun-like stars that have potentially habitable Earth-size planets orbiting them. Their conclusion is “22% of Sun-like stars harbour Earth-sized planets orbiting in their habitable zones.” Click to read more