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Scientists Say Newly Discovered Planet 'Likely' To Support Life

image credit The discovery of alien life could be a step closer after scientists found a newly discovered planet is 'likely' to harbour life forms.A team at the Marseille Astrophysics Laboratory believes planet Proxima b has seas and could even be an 'ocean planet' with water covering its whole surface. The presence of water raises the tantalising prospect that Proxima b could be home to alien life.
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