There could be 60 Billion habitable Exoplanets in the Milky Way alone.

Taking in to account tidally locked planets (the majority) and possible cloud cover increases the habitable zones of stars. This “stabilizing cloud feedback” increases the number of possible habitable planets out there, especially around Red Dwarf stars (3/4 of stars in the galaxy) which have a larger habitable zone and longer life span allowing life to begin there.

Article via UniverseToday

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