Some of these planets could hold liquid water.
The TRAPPIST-1 system's star was discovered 1999, and is not much larger than Jupiter and is 88 times as massive. The star's life is predicted to have a lifespan of 14 trillion years. The sun's expected lifespan is 10 billion, only 1/1200 of that.
Due to the star's mass, it's on the verge of even being a red dwarf.
Enough star talk, let's go to the real talk - the planets.
The good thing about the planets, is that they're only 39 light years away (therefore requiring very little time with science fiction tech)
The planets themselves, 2 cannot be habitable (they're too close and are tidally locked), 4 can be habitable (far enough and aren't tidally locked) and only 1 can't be habitable again (too far away), and all of them could be rocky.
Asriel will always be my favorite.
Also if you don't know one's gender, use "they" or "them" instead of "he" or "him". In this case I sexually identify as an egg.
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