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Water In Space, On A Super-Earth And On Earth

There is more water around us than you ever imagined. Surely Earth is not the only place we’d find life.

Outside of Earth, water seems such a rare commodity. It’s not. Yes, Mercury is too hot to host any water. Venus is even hotter. Mars is so dry that humidity there is a tiny fraction of earth’s, yet

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