Habitable Zone Lifetimes of Exoplanets Around Main Sequence Stars

Last week, my first research paper was published in the journal Astrobiology. The paper outlines our method for estimating how long ‘habitable’ conditions may exist for on planets that have been discovered in the ‘habitable zone’ – a concept I regularly discuss on this blog and elsewhere. The run-up to its publication has been surprisingly hectic, and it has received a lot of media attention (see the bottom of this post for a full list of coverage). Whilst this is great for getting the science out there, I want to make sure that there is something available on the internet where I discuss the paper in my own words in case there are any misconceptions about our results.

The habitable zone describes an area around a star where a planet, if it was discovered to be orbiting within this area, could have liquid water on its surface. Stars of different masses and classifications have different habitable zone distances, and not all planets in the habitable zone are habitable: some may be too massive, others too small, many wouldn’t have the correct mix of atmospheric constituents, others may have no atmosphere at all. In fact, there are more reasons to think that planets, whether inside or outside the habitable zone, are more likely to be completely unsuitable for (Earth-like) life than there are to consider the opposite.

However, whilst habitability is variable in space, it is almost certainly variable in time as well. The habitable zone isn’t a fixed distance: its boundaries move outwards as the star undergoes main-sequence evolution, growing larger and hotter over time. More massive stars (classifications F, G and K) have the shortest main sequence lifetimes and therefore the habitable zone boundaries around these stars migrate outwards at a proportionally more rapid rate. Low mass stars, M-stars for example, have extensive lifetimes on the order of tens or hundreds of billions of (Earth) years, and therefore their habitable zones are relatively more static in time. I should stress that the planet itself is not moving, but rather the boundaries of the possible habitable zone that extends around the star are changing, and planets may be left in the heat, or brought in from the cold, as the star ages.

Building on this idea, if it is possible to determine the extent of the habitable zone at the beginning and end of the star’s main sequence lifetime using modelling techniques, and estimate the approximate age of the star, then a rate of outward migration of the boundaries of the habitable zone can be derived. The time that a planet spends within the habitable zone can be considered its ‘habitable zone lifetime‘ (HZL). The HZL of a planet is an important factor when considering the possibility of life on these worlds. A planet with a long habitable period is perhaps more likely to host complex organisms that require more time to evolve, if we make the assumption that evolution by natural selection is a universal constant, operating in a similar way in potential exobiological systems as it does on Earth.

We coupled a stellar evolution model, with the classic habitable zone and applied it to planets that had already been discovered in the habitable zone by workers at the Planetary Habitability Laboratory. (Bio)geochemical feedback mechanisms operating on individual planet to buffer the climate will affect the boundaries of the habitable zone, but because these processes are complex and likely planet-dependent, we left them out and assumed constant conditions. We made the same assumptions about the planets’ atmospheres that the original authors of the habitable zone model (Kasting et al. 1993) did: a nitrogen rich atmosphere, with about 300ppm carbon dioxide and no clouds or other complex atmospheric physics or chemistry.

Nevertheless, this produced some interesting results. The Earth seems to be habitable for perhaps 6.29 billion years (Gyr), but this is excluding the influence of humans and our pesky habit of pumping extra CO2 into the atmosphere. This obviously can’t account for other random events (asteroids etc.), and it’s important to remember that we’re making no allowances for the natural biogeochemical cycles of the planet to buffer climate – this is a very simplified picture. Luckily for us, these estimates are similar to those produced by other more complex and Earth-centric models, so we were happy to continue to try to apply the simple model on other planets with reasonable confidence.

Other potentially habitable exoplanets do pretty well too. Kepler 22b may be habitable for 4.3 Gyr, Gliese 581g (if it exists!) will be in a habitable position for 11.2 Gyr, whilst its neighbour Gliese 581d might be clement for 42 Gyr! A huge amount of time. This star system is already approximately 8 Gyr old, so both these planets would be very interesting candidates for further study.

Our intention was to supply these figures so that they could be incorporated in habitability metrics in the future to capture the temporal aspect of the planetary habitability. Also, we hope that this framework can be used with other habitable zone formulations (several updated versions already exist) that focus on different aspects of the planetary system. Further, we hope that we can identify interesting planets for further study by future space telescopes or SETI campaigns. These would be planets that have been habitable for a similar or greater amount of time to the Earth, because we think that the evolution of intelligence will require a very, very long time, so pinpointing worlds with long HZLs would make sense.

I’ve noticed from the very many interviews I did that the press machine is a rapid, yet inefficient beast. I worry now that the purpose of the paper (to find habitable exoplanets like the Earth) has been eclipsed by the fact that we tested it on Earth first, and that we are making some definitive statement about how long we can comfortably live here. We are not. Earth is or test, our standard, our control. The press releases I have seen have put all the emphasis on this small part of the project, (and the fact that we should move to Mars!), whilst in reality we only validated the model against other more complex models for the Earth, and came to similar conclusion.

Further to this, it now appears that some people seem to have taken my work to show that human induced climate change will have little effect in the long term and that it undermines climate research. This really was not my intention. If I could have, I would have avoided all discussion of anthropogenic climate change in the first place, because we were investigating a different question (long term, solar-forced exoplanetary habitability) using a different tool. However, my institution (the University of East Anglia) has a strong reputation for climate science, and I fully support the findings of my colleagues at the UEA and elsewhere that illustrate the warming effects of increased levels of atmospheric CO2 over human timescales, and I did what I could to mention this in my interviews. When we state that the Earth will be in the habitable zone for 1.7 billion years longer, we have left anything that humans could do to the atmosphere in the interim out of the equation out of necessity.

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Press coverage of this publication has been extensive. Here is a list compiled by the UEA Press Office:

INTERNATIONAL

 

The Australian 19/09/13

Scientists produce a timetable for the end of the world.

 

BBC World News 19/09/2013

Habitable conditions on Earth will be possible for at least another 1.75 billion years – according to astrobiologists at UEA. Andrew Rushby (ENV) interviewed.

Sky News 19/09/2013
Habitable conditions on Earth will be possible for at least another 1.75 billion years – according to astrobiologists at UEA. Andrew Rushby (ENV) interview.

 

Times of India – 20/9/13

P18 – Earth can sustain life for 1.8bn years.

 

The Economic Times (India) – 20/9/13

P26 – Earth can support life for 1.75 billion years

 

Sydney Morning Herald – 20/9/13

P17 – Destination Mars when Earth moves out of ‘habitable zone’

 

The Australian – 20/9/13

P3 – Hurry, only 1.75bn years to go

 

CBS News online – 20/9/13

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-205_162-57603864/how-much-longer-can-earth-support-life/

 

The Onion – 20/9/13

http://t.co/NJ5gnOLY76

 

‘I F*cking Love Science’ Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=667265896627758&amp

 

The Times of India 19/09/2013
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/science/Earth-can-sustain-life-for-1-8-billion-years/articleshow/22782560.cms

 

South China Morning Post 19/09/2013
http://www.scmp.com/news/world/article/1313048/sun-will-wipe-out-life-earth-three-billion-years

ABC News 19/09/2013
http://www.abc2news.com/dpp/weather/weather_blogs/researchers-the-end-of-the-world-is-coming-in-another-175-billion-years

Fox News 19/09/2013
http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/09/19/how-much-longer-can-earth-support-life/

 

NBC News 19/09/2013
http://www.nbcnews.com/science/life-earth-has-another-good-1-75-billion-years-go-4B11199461

Nature World News 19/09/2013
http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/4052/20130919/earth-will-sustain-life-next-1-75-billion-years-researchers.htm

 

Los Angeles Times 19/09/2013

http://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/la-sci-sn-when-will-life-on-earth-end-20130919,0,520692.story

International Business Times 19/09/2013
http://www.ibtimes.com/biologists-say-earth-will-be-habitable-least-another-175-billion-years-1408416

Vice Magazine 19/09/2013
http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/life-on-earth-probably-has-about-175-billion-years-left

 

The Discovery Channel 19/09/2013

http://news.discovery.com/earth/how-long-can-earth-support-life-130919.htm

 

New York Daily News 19/09/2013

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/earth-habitable-1-75-billion-years-barring-disaster-study-article-1.1461827

 

French Tribune 19/09/2013

http://frenchtribune.com/teneur/1319939-life-earth-will-end-between-175-325-billion-years-scientists

The Australian 19/09/2013
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/scientists-produce-a-timetable-for-the-end-of-the-world/story-fnb64oi6-1226722649207

 

Bloomberg 19/09/13

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-09-19/climate-skeptic-groups-launch-global-anti-science-campaign.html

 

New Zealand Herald 19/09/13

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11127321&ref=rss

NATIONAL

The Guardian 19/09/13

P5 Long-range forecast: sunny spell will wipe out life

http://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/sep/18/forecast-life-on-earth

 

Independent 19/09/13

P3 The good news: Earth can support life for 1.75 billion years. The bad news: climate change could wipe us out long before that.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/the-good-news-earth-can-support-life-for-175bn-years-the-bad-news-climate-change-could-wipe-us-out-first-8825116.html

 

The Times 19/09/13

P16 The clock’s ticking: just 1.75bn years to go for life on Earth

 

Daily Mail 19/09/13

P13 Global warming will end life on earth (but don’t panic, you’ve got 3.5bn years left!

 

Daily Telegraph 19/09/13

P9 Abandon Earth, humans may have to migrate to Mars

 

The Sun 19/09/13

P26 Long Live Earth

 

Daily Star 19/09/13

P26 We’re all doomed (but not for 3 billion years)

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/339514/The-human-race-will-die-before-earth-ends-say-scientists

 

The Daily Mirror 19/09/13

P30 1.75bn years left for man

 

The Herald 19/09/13

P4 Humans ‘must move to Mars to survive’

 

The Daily Record 19/09/13

P29 Time to start planning our Mars move

 

Metro 19/09/13

P34 See you all on Mars – in 1.7bn years…

 

BBC Radio 5 Live

 

BBC Radio Wales

 

BBC Radio Scotland

 

Irish Examiner 19/09/13

P25 Humans set to die out

 

The Irish Examiner 19/09/13

P7 The end is not nigh: Earth ‘has 3bn years left’

The Courier and Advertiser 19/09/13

P21 Human life on Mars in future?

 

Wired UK 19/09/2013
http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2013-09/19/habitable-zones

MSN News 19/09/2013
http://news.uk.msn.com/odd-news/earth-will-get-too-hot-for-humans-1

ITV News 19/09/2013
http://www.itv.com/news/2013-09-19/soaring-temperatures-will-kill-off-life-on-earth-between-1-75-and-3-25-billion-years-from-now-scientists-say/

 

Huffington Post 19/09/2013
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/09/19/earth-is-doomed-sorry_n_3952339.html?utm_hp_ref=technology&ir=Technology

 

REGIONAL

 

EDP 20/09/13

P19 and p40 Clock is ticking for humankind’s time on Earth

Habitable conditions on Earth will be possible for at least another 1.75 billion years – according to astrobiologists at UEA. Andrew Rushby (ENV)

The Press (York) 19/09/13

P4 Could it be life on Mars?

 

Western Daily Press 20/09/13

P31 Life on Mars

 

Evening Express (Aberdeen) 19/09/13

P8 Newswire

 

Evening Telegraph (Dundee) 19/09/13

P14 Hot topic for Earthlings

 

Lancashire Evening Post 19/09/13

P6 Humans need to relocate to Mars to survive

 

Telegraph and Argus 19/09/13

P6 Earth’s future

 

Evening Express 19/09/13

P8 ‘Earth will be uninhabitable’

 

The Guernsey Press and Star 19/09/13

P18 Too hot for humans

 

Wigan Evening Post 19/09/13

P6 Humans need to relocate to Mars

 

Evening News – 20/9/13

P13 – Clock is ticking for humankind’s time on Earth

Habitable conditions on Earth will be possible for at least another 1.75 billion years – according to astrobiologists at UEA. Andrew Rushby (ENV) quoted.

Hartlepool Mail – 20/9/13

P4 – An odd world

Sheilds Gazette – 20/9/13

P16 – Life on Mars

Metro (South Wales) – 19/9/13

P34 – See you all on Mars – in 1.bn years

Jersey Evening Post – 19/9/13

P19 – Life on Mars

Wolverhampton Express & Star – 19/9/13

P21 – Human race will die out as Earth goes on

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