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This week, Nasa announced that they had discovered a new solar system that could support life.
YUGE NEWS, ladies and gentlemen.
About 40 light-years away - that's roughly 235 trillion miles - Nasa identified seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a dwarf star, TRAPPIST-1.
They believe that three of the planets could be the right temperature for water - and therefore life.
The incredible findings were published in the journal Nature, but with the monotonous title: 'Seven temperate terrestrial planets around the nearby ultracool dwarf star TRAPPIST-1.'
Slightly more cheeky, however, was this tweet from NASA, which jokingly suggested names for the new planets...
They really should have seen what was coming next...
#7NamesFor7NewPlanets began to trend, throwing up all manner of hilarious suggestions.
Remember, this is just how Boaty McBoatface came to pass.
Two words for you, Nasa...
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