May 18, 2024

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The James Webb Space Telescope has discovered that the exoplanet’s surface may be covered in oceans

The James Webb Space Telescope has discovered that the exoplanet’s surface may be covered in oceans

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has discovered evidence of carbon-based molecules in the atmosphere of a suspected ocean world.

Extrasolar planet or Exoplanet K2–18 b is a tantalizing target for astronomers as they search for life outside the solar system, as previous research and observations with… Hubble Space Telescope They suggested that the planet could be an ocean or a “Hessian” world filled with liquid water – a vital ingredient for life. K2–18 b has a radius two to three times larger than Earth’s radius and is located at a distance of 120 Light year Away from the Solar System.