A distant planet has been discovered with the possibility of boiling the ocean, and scientists are discussing the possibility of habitation there

Can humans live on another planet? This issue has been preoccupying scholars for some time. Now astronomers have discovered a distant planet that might fit the conditions. Observations by NASA's James Webb Space Telescope have revealed water vapor and chemical signatures of methane and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of the exoplanet eloquently named TOI-270 d, which is twice the size of Earth and about 70 light-years away. This chemical mixture is consistent with a watery world where the ocean covers the entire surface and an atmosphere rich in hydrogen, according to researchers from the University of Cambridge.

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