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Super-Earth May Be Able To Support Life

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Super-Earth May Be Able To Support Life

Super-Earth May Be Able To Support Life

The detection of water vapor in the atmosphere of this exoplanet is particularly exciting to the researchers because the exoplanet also lies within the habitable zone of its star.

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