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Scientists have discovered water vapor on a potentially habitable super-Earth for the first time. That planet is now our best bet for finding alien life.

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Scientists have discovered water vapor on a potentially habitable super-Earth for the first time. That planet is now our best bet for finding alien life.· Scientists have detected water vapor on a potentially habitable planet for the first time.
· The planet, named K2-18 b, is a super-Earth that orbits a red dwarf star 110 light-years away.
· K2-18 b is the only known planet outside our solar system with water, an atmosphere, and a temperature range that could support liquid...
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News video: Water Detected on ‘Potentially Habitable’ Exoplanet For First Time

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Water vapor, and maybe even rain, has been found in the atmosphere of a super-Earth within the habitable zone - in a world's first. The research was detailed by University College London and University of Montreal researchers in Nature Astronomy and arXiv.

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