Identifying Habitable Exoplanets Using the Earth and ‎‎Cosmic Harmonic Factor



  • Elsiddig Mohamed Ali Elamin Milton, ON, Canada ‎



Exoplanets, habitability, Cosmic Harmonic Factor‎


The search for habitable exoplanets has been an active area of research in astronomy for decades. In this study, we sought to identify exoplanets that may be suitable for life by comparing the resulting Planets to Star distance when applying the Earth & Cosmic Harmonic Factor for a sample of 5200 exoplanet candidates identified by NASA to that of Earth. After analyzing the data, we identified 5 exoplanets that had the Earth & Cosmic Harmonic Factor ratios within a range similar to that of Earth. Our findings suggest that these exoplanets may have conditions suitable for life and warrant further investigation.


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Author Biography

Elsiddig Mohamed Ali Elamin, Milton, ON, Canada ‎

Elsiddig Mohamed Ali Elamin
Milton, ON, Canada

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How to Cite

Mohamed Ali Elamin, E. (2023). Identifying Habitable Exoplanets Using the Earth and ‎‎Cosmic Harmonic Factor: Exoplanets. Hyperscience International Journal, 3(1), 1–4.