Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for March 2017: Exoplanets

by AquaNew on February 27, 2017

in Ahh-Mazing Discoveries, Science / Research

alien planetLearning about the possible presence of water on other planets – whether underground or on the surface – always qualifies as one of our Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discoveries. It is conceivable that water may support other life forms within the vast universe … we may after all, not be lone Earthlings. Back in August of 2016, we spotlighted the NASA discovery of jets of non-freezing water spewing from one of Saturn’s moons.

Last month, there was another celestial discovery by NASA. The recently discovered exoplanets located outside our solar system may have liquid surface water. And, if so, it could harbor life. NASA Associate Administrator Thomas Kutcher stated: “The discovery gives us a hint that finding a second Earth is not just a matter of if but when.” READ MORE

This Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery by the NASA astronomers reinforces that the presence of water is a major foundation of life throughout the universe.

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