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Posted by Alexander on December 19, 2001 17:41:56 UTC

Brown dwarfs may have very small planetary system which can happily survive in dense star environment for long.

Also, tidal locking (when a day lasts forever) may make a dark side of even very close to the bright star planet to be cold enough to sustain life.

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