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First Water Detected On Potentially ‘Habitable Super-Earth’

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First Water Detected On Potentially ‘Habitable Super-Earth’

First Water Detected On Potentially ‘Habitable Super-Earth’

Water vapour has been discovered in the atmosphere of another world by researchers at University College London.

The ‘super-Earth’, named K2-18b, is 110 light years away – making it the only known planet outside of our solar system with conditions that could support life.

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