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Data from ISRO's Chandrayaan-I confirms ice presence on Moon, says NASA

Scientists have confirmed the presence of frozen water deposits in the darkest and coldest parts of the Moon's polar regions using data from the Chandrayaan-I spacecraft, that was launched by India 10..
DNA - Published

Chandrayaan-I data confirms ice on Moon

With enough ice sitting at the surface -- within the top few millimetres -- water would possibly be accessible as a resource for future expeditions to explore and even stay on the Moon, and potentially..
IndiaTimes - Published

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Water detected in atmosphere of potentially habitable exoplanet [Video]Water detected in atmosphere of potentially habitable exoplanet

Scientists have found water for the first time on a potentially habitable exoplanet.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:05Published

Water detected on potentially habitable exoplanet [Video]Water detected on potentially habitable exoplanet

SPACE — Scientists have found water for the first time on a potentially habitable exoplanet. According to the Washington Post, exoplanet K2-18b is twice as big as Earth, with eight times its mass...

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First Water Detected On Potentially ‘Habitable Super-Earth’ [Video]First Water Detected On Potentially ‘Habitable Super-Earth’

Water vapour has been discovered in the atmosphere of another world by researchers at University College London. The ‘super-Earth’, named K2-18b, is 110 light years away – making it the only..

Credit: HuffPost UK STUDIO     Duration: 00:53Published

Water detected on earth-like planet [Video]Water detected on earth-like planet

For the first time scientists have identified liquid water on a planet outside the solar system, suggesting it could support life with habitable temperatures. Gavino Garay has more.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:31Published

Water Detected on ‘Potentially Habitable’ Exoplanet For First Time [Video]Water Detected on ‘Potentially Habitable’ Exoplanet For First Time

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..

Credit: AmazeLab     Duration: 00:57Published

First water detected on potentially ‘habitable’ planet [Video]First water detected on potentially ‘habitable’ planet

Water vapour has been detected in the atmosphere of a super-Earth with habitable temperatures by UCL researchers in a world first. K2-18b, which is eight times the mass of Earth, is now the only planet..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:59Published

 

Scientists find ice in the darkest and coldest parts of the Moon

Scientists have found frozen water deposits in the darkest and coldest parts of the Moon's polar regions using data from the Chandrayaan-I spacecraft, that was launched by India 10 years ago, NASA said..
DNA - Published

Signs of water detected on Neptune-sized planet

The study, combining observations from NASA's Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes, shows that the distant planet HAT- P-26b has a primitive atmosphere composed almost entirely of hydrogen and helium.
Zee News - Published

Water detected on metallic asteroid Psyche

Scientists have detected the presence of water on Psyche, the largest metallic asteroid in our solar system and the target of a proposed NASA mission.Previous observations of Psyche had shown no..
All India Radio - Published

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