I checked the list, but I can't find an ELW orbiting a T dwarf. Only 2 ELWs co-orbiting a T dwarf and another star. So this ELW found by xtnsgo would be the first one in the list! The closest I came to one of these is an ELW orbiting a L9 dwarf (heated by a Neutron far away) I found yesterday.Yup. The thing is, the habitable zone of a T dwarf by itself is too small and close... but if there are other stars nearby, they can help "extend" it, if you will. However, when it comes to dwarf stars, many times the Earth-like will end up co-orbiting the other stars as well. In your find's case, there's only an L dwarf close by: close enough that it helps heat the ELW, far enough that the planet doesn't end up co-orbiting both stars.
I almost died of frustration while I searched for volcanism on the moon this week
Yes, I shall have to fly between them and see how that looks.I bet there's some awesome views from each of those planet surfaces!
26000 ly from the bubble. Might be worth a trip!