Is there alien life on planets that do not rotate on their own axis?

Some exoplanets, planets outside our own solar system, do not rotate on their own axis when they orbit their star. As a result, one side is always facing the sun, while the other is shrouded in permanent night. But in between, in the so-called twilight zone, extraterrestrial life might still emerge, according to a study published in March in The Astronomical Journal.

Exoplanets that do not rotate on their own axis are remarkable. They are located

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