How to tell if a star is in a star’s habitable zone

In 2017, astronomers using NASA’s Kepler spacecraft found a pair of new stars in their habitable zone, which can only be reached by a star that has undergone a process called “star death” — a process that destroys starlight and reduces its brightness.

That’s not quite the same thing as star death, but the results were pretty interesting.

The planets were named SOHO-1 and SOHE-1, respectively.

SOHW-1 is the star that astronomers discovered in 2017.

SohO-2 is also a new planet, and it’s a pretty big one.

It’s a star with a mass about twice the mass of the Sun, and orbits its star for nearly three times as long.

It orbits the star at a distance of about 10,000 light-years from Earth.

The two planets orbit each other at a speed of about 12 times the speed of light.

But they’re both quite small, with SOH-1 only a few times the mass as Earth’s, and SohE-2 only about twice Earth’s mass.

It would take about 50 billion years for both SOHOs to have their orbits aligned.

Both stars are quite small in comparison to the sun, but they orbit in a relatively elliptical orbit around their star.

Satellites can detect these orbits by measuring the time it takes the star to turn its face to the observer.

Sulfur atoms, the components of hydrogen, are used in the star’s outer layers of the atmosphere, and when the stars atmosphere is depleted, the sulfur atoms are released, creating the star and its gases.

The SOH’s atmosphere is filled with sulfate, a chemical that can form a haze when it’s heated, making the star appear red.

Soho-1’s atmosphere contains sulfur dioxide, which causes its surface to be much more red.

In this case, sulfur dioxide is very bright.

The atmosphere of the SOH is very similar to the atmosphere of Jupiter, and is thought to be the primary reason why Jupiter has such an enormous amount of atmosphere.

This gas is produced when Jupiter’s atmosphere absorbs ultraviolet light from the Sun and emits infrared light.

The sulfate in the Soho star’s atmosphere was the first chemical found to produce such a bright blue-green color.

A gas giant like Jupiter, the gas in its atmosphere will be able to absorb light, but it will not absorb ultraviolet light.

Instead, the Soh is able to reflect sunlight, which is why we can see blue-white stars like Soho, and why it has so many blue-ish clouds.

SHO-1 also has an atmosphere similar to that of Jupiter.

Sho-1 has a thick atmosphere of sulfate molecules, and those are released when the star is close to its star.

When SOH has its atmosphere depleted, it is so thin that it doesn’t see much of its star’s light.

In fact, the star will only be able see about one-fifth of the light coming from the star.

As a result, it will have a low red color.

The atmospheres of the two planets were discovered by using a technique called gravitational lensing.

GLL is a technique that uses the lensing of stars to create a gravitational field around a planet.

This field can be used to measure distances to other stars and planets.

The astronomers were able to determine the distance of the planets by measuring how much the light from SOH can distort the starlight it is reflected off.

The scientists found that SOH could produce a similar distortion to that seen in a telescope.

If the two SOHs were too close together, the stars could not be seen with a telescope, and therefore SOH was able to be found.

S HO-1 orbits at a point just 2.7 light-days away from the sun.

If both Sohs were so close together that they could not have been seen with an ordinary telescope, they would have had to be very massive stars, like a supernova.

The amount of radiation a star emits from its atmosphere is determined by its mass, and in this case the density of the gas.

If a gas giant star is too massive to have a thick, dense atmosphere, the pressure inside the star would be too strong to maintain that pressure.

The pressure would cause the star, and the planet, to lose mass.

When the stars atmospheres are filled with sulfur, the hydrogen ions in the atmosphere can be ejected into space, creating blue-black clouds.

The clouds are similar to clouds in a comet.

They are formed by the hydrogen escaping from the stars core.

The hydrogen is trapped inside the cloud of gas, which has an electric field.

When it is released from the cloud, the electric field is released and the gas is released.

The gas that is released is called the “polarized gas,” and the light emitted from the gas has a wavelength that matches that of the solar spectrum.

SHH is a red dwarf star