Watery exoplanets may be common, but not very friendly
Monday, 20 August 2018
Watery planets beyond the Solar System may be more common than previously thought, making up 35 percent of exoplanets two to four times the size of the Earth. According to a new study, data from the Kepler Space Telescope and the Gaia mission indicate that many planets are made up of half water by mass as opposed to the 0.02 percent water that the Earth has...
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