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The exoplanets of Trappist-1 might have water

Rome, Italy - It is confirmed by a study published yesterday on "The Astronomical Journal"

In February NASA thrilled the world with the discovery that three of the seven exoplanets of Trappist-1 -a planetary system which is located from an astronomer's perspective very near to our Earth, at about 40 light-years- have from their Star -a red dwarf- a distance that is compatible with the presence of water, and therefore with life (see AVIONEWS). A study that was published yesterday on "The...

AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency - 1206671

AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency