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Net 0.434

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Groombridge's Catalogue of Circumpolar Stars; Lac—Lacailles Catalogue (1847); CD— Revised Harvard Photometry (1908).

The fourteen most promising candidates, with probabilities of possessing a habitable planet exceeding 1 per cent, are listed in Table 22 in the order of their distances from the Earth. The probability that there is at least one habitable planet among these fourteen stars is 0.43. A sky map showing their locations is given as Figure 40.

Table 22. Fourteen Stars Most Likely To Have Habitable Planets in Order of Distance from Earth

Distance from

Earth Probability, Star (light-years) PHP

Alpha Centauri A

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