A few years ago, astronomers discovered a comet that they call “the Dark Side.”
It’s named for the constellation that appears to be dark against the sun, and it’s located in the constellation Orion.
We’ve been searching for the comet ever since.
So far, we’ve discovered an abundance of other comets that look like they’re hiding in plain sight.
Here’s what we know about some of the more promising candidates.
What are the possibilities for the Dark Side?
Some of these planets are in their own class.
There are more than a dozen known exoplanets in our own solar system, and they’re all in their prime.
One of the most intriguing of these is the Jupiter-sized Jupiters, which orbit Jupiter’s moon Europa.
In the past, scientists thought that these planets were too small to be rocky, and that they were too close to their stars to be planets.
But now we know that Jupiter’s moons are made of rocky material, and the moons of Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, and even Pluto all possess oceans and oceans of liquid water.
Jupitters have been known to have atmospheres, and astronomers think that they could be worlds like Earth, with life-bearing oceans.
And it turns out that there’s some pretty compelling evidence that they may be inhabited.
If these planets do exist, they’re probably in the right place.
If not, they could still be rocky worlds like Europa.
If there are habitable planets in our solar system’s habitable zone, there could be an ocean around them.
We don’t know what’s in that ocean yet, but the planet might have liquid water and life.
It might even have a ring system around it, which would be an interesting discovery.
And if these planets have life, they would likely be rocky.
If life does exist, it’s probably not the most hospitable environment for life.
We know that Earth has plenty of rocky planets, but there’s not much evidence of life on the surface.
There’s only one planet in our neighborhood that’s not rocky, orbiting a star about 5 times as massive as our sun, which is called Proxima Centauri.
The planet is tidally locked, meaning that it orbits its parent star at an angle that makes it a little more like our sun than Earth.
Proximas sun is about 15 times as hot as the sun’s sun, so there’s an excess of hydrogen in the solar system that would produce an extra layer of material on its surface.
But there’s a lot of other stuff on the planet that’s more similar to Earth than to our sun.
For example, there are clouds of gas and dust in the upper atmosphere.
These clouds could be the remnants of an atmosphere created by an ancient star.
The planets closest to the sun have a lot more of this stuff.
And those planets might also have life.
The best-studied planet, Kepler-16b, is a Jupiter-like planet orbiting a red dwarf star.
Kepler-18b is the most massive planet in the habitable zone of our solar neighborhood, about 13 times as large as Earth, and about the same distance from the sun as Mercury.
If it were a rocky planet, it might have a thick atmosphere, and a large amount of liquid liquid water around it.
But this doesn’t seem to be the case.
This is a planet with a thin atmosphere.
If the atmosphere were thicker, we might expect a rocky surface, and if it were thinner, we’d expect a thin layer of liquid.
We also know that a lot is made of hydrogen.
It would be a tough environment for any kind of life to thrive, so it’s hard to know how we’d get by on this one.
But we might be able to do something with a planet in a habitable zone.
This could be a planet orbiting an exoplanet.
This exoplanetter would have a planet about 10 times as huge as Earth in its orbit.
And these planets could have a similar atmosphere, so we could expect the same kind of chemistry.
These planets are also in their period of history, so they could have the same history of bombardment by another planet.
They might be a few hundred years old, but they could’ve had a rocky core and a habitable environment.
If we could find habitable planets orbiting other exoplanete, then we could get a better idea of what life might be like on other planets.
We may also find evidence of liquid oceans around a planet like these, which might be evidence of a rocky exoplanetary disk.
That means that the planet may have liquid ocean in its interior.
But these planets might have atmosphes.
If our solar systems habitable zone is just a few percent of the Earth’s, then there’s plenty of planets with habitable zones bigger than Earth in our habitable zone and just a little bit of space between.
And our planets aren’t the only ones in our system with habitable environments.
Jupiter-mass planets like Neptune and Uranus are rocky planets.