Hack an exoplanet Step 4 | Could exoplanets be habitable?
Earth is the only place in the universe that is known to host life. When examining exoplanets and defining the possible conditions for habitability, scientists try to identify similar conditions to Earth, like temperature. Join Laetitia Delrez, Exoplanet Researcher at the University of Liege, and discover how to determine if two mysterious exoplanets, KELT-3b and TOI-560c, could be habitable from their temperatures.
This video has been developed in the context of the first ever ESA Education hackathon for secondary students: “Hack an Exoplanet”. This educational activity allows students to use real satellite data to investigate alien worlds and become exoplanet detectives for a day.
Find out more on the Hack an Exoplanet platform: https://hackanexoplanet.esa.int/challenges-temperature-and-habitability
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