Astronomers Find Water On Five Exoplanets, But Can They Support Life? – International Business Times

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International Business Times
Astronomers detected water on five exoplanets by taking infrared wavelength measurements of their atmospheres. Flickr/wonderlane. Scientists recently detected water in the atmospheres of five exoplanets – planets outside the solar system – broadening the
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