For the first time water found on another planet

NASA’s James Webb Telescope has discovered water on an alien planet for the first time. This water has been found on a planet called WSP-96b, more than 1,000 light years away. News of the Independent.

The gas planet WASP-96b is 1,150 light-years away, and the multi-billion dollar James Webb telescope reportedly discovered evidence of water there.

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NASA stated in a tweet that they have discovered evidence of clouds on the planet that resembles Earth (exoplanet).

The largest and most potent telescope in the world, the James Webb, was created by NASA, the Canadian Space Agency, and the European Space Agency. It can take pictures of the universe from a distance. A recent image from the telescope shows the universe 1,300 million years ago.

The ultra-high-resolution photographs taken by James Webb shed light on the evolution of stars and the condition of galaxies.

The potent space telescope is anticipated to look for extraterrestrial life and find planets that may one day support human civilization.

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