• It's the Bermuda triangle for bears, where many pandas go missing.
  • Its the zone around a sun that will support life....
  • I was just reading about this! Two answers: -- The Goldilocks Zone - in the context of looking for planets that might support life - is that zone or area that is the right distance from closest star so that it's not too hot and not too cold .. but "just right" to support (water) .. life. -- Here's a link to a current news article you might find interesting: News story title: "Kepler: Finding a 'Goldilocks zone' in the Milky Way" Date: 6 March 2009 Location: CNET News url: It's about NASA's Kepler satellite that will be exploring space for planets that might support life.

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