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Home The Millennium Falcon cruises over the lush forest planet Takodana in “The Force Awakens.” Unlike the green worlds of ‘Star Wars,’ scientists believe that plant life in our galaxy could come in many colors. (Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.) The Millennium Falcon cruises over the lush forest planet Takodana in "The Force Awakens." Unlike the green worlds of 'Star Wars,' scientists believe that plant life in our galaxy could come in many colors. (Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.)

The Millennium Falcon cruises over the lush forest planet Takodana in “The Force Awakens.” Unlike the green worlds of ‘Star Wars,’ scientists believe that plant life in our galaxy could come in many colors. (Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.)

The Millennium Falcon cruises over the lush forest planet Takodana in "The Force Awakens." Unlike the green worlds of 'Star Wars,' scientists believe that plant life in our galaxy could come in many colors. (Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.)

The Millennium Falcon cruises over the lush forest planet Takodana in “The Force Awakens.” Unlike the green worlds of ‘Star Wars,’ scientists believe that plant life in our galaxy could come in many colors. (Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.)

Obi-Wan Kenobi’s ship lands on the ocean world of Kamino in “Star Wars: Attack of the Clones.” In our galaxy, Kepler-22b could be a super-Earth with a super ocean. (Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.)
Jakku, a desert planet in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” is populated with scavengers and creatures. Astronomers think that our galaxy also has many desert worlds that may be habitable. (David James/Disney/Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM.)