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"A Water World" --Proxima b, Our Closest Earth-Like Alien Planet May Have a Vast Ocean Covering Its Entire Surface

Proxima b, the Earth-sized, rocky exoplanet of our nearest star, may in fact be covered in 200-kilometer deep oceans of liquid water that could contain life. Proxima b gained international attention this past August when years of research into the...
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