The Nicest Neighborhoods in the Universe

What does it really take for a planet to be habitable? It turns out, certain parts of a star system, a galaxy, and even the universe as we know it, are more habitable than others. Get to know them as Hank takes you on a tour of some of the nicest neighborhoods in space.

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