The 5th of October 1995 was a significant day for Michael Major and Didier Queloz.
On that day the Swiss scientists announced the existence of 51 Pegasi b - the first Exoplanet (Planet that is located beyond our solar system) ever found.
This incidence raised the motivation of many scientists to think about the possibility of extraterrestrial life forms up to the very day.
More and more Exoplanets are found daily and some of them are even said to supply "the basic ingredients for the formation and conservation of life".
But how do we define these ingredients?
Don't we assume them in a very close connection to ourselves?
Isn't it most possible that life can emerge in a totally different way?
The Habitable Zone is a world made of things, pictures and texts reflecting on these issues.
It contains distinct physical laws which affect the architecture as well as the positioning of everything that exists inside the complex.
This allows an overall structure to emerge, which includes individual research facilities that operate due to a superior mission.