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ou tline the conditions for liquid water to exisit on a planet.

-the planet needs to have a right temperature
-protective atmosphere
-habitable zone

are these the only reasons?

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    -the planet needs to have a right temperature
    -protective atmosphere
    -habitable zone
    -solid matter
    -dry land
    -ground

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