These planets are in habitable zone of a nearby star

Gliese 667C is a very well-studied star. Just over one third of the mass of the Sun, it is part of a triple star system known as Gliese 667 (also referred to as GJ 667), 22 light-years away in the constellation of Scorpius (The Scorpion).

Earth-sized planet found 4.3 light years away

European astronomers have discovered an Earth-sized planet right next door in the Alpha Centauri system.

'Habitable exoplanet' may not exist, says Geneva team

Oh, great. The moving men were booked, we'd said goodbye to the neighbors and we'd given away the cat - and now it seems that there may not be a habitable planet orbiting Gliese 581 after all.