1. NEW DISCOVERY: Water detected on potentially 'habitable' planet  News24
  2. Water found on habitable planet  BBC News
  3. The 'Super-Earth' planet that could support life  Sky News
  4. This may be the first known exoplanet with clouds of water droplets and even rain  Science News
  5. First water detected in atmosphere of habitable planet  Financial Times
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Water vapour has been detected in the atmosphere of a super-Earth with habitable temperatures by UCL researchers in a world first. Water vapour has been detected in the atmosphere of a super-Earth with habitable temperatures by UCL researchers in a world first.

NEW DISCOVERY: Water detected on potentially 'habitable' planet | News24

Astronomers discover water in the atmosphere of a "habitable" planet orbiting a distant star.Astronomers discover water in the atmosphere of a "habitable" planet orbiting a distant star.

Water found on 'habitable' planet - BBC News

Water vapor has been found in the atmosphere of a distant planet that’s just over twice the size of Earth. It’s the smallest world yet found with water in its surrounding atmosphere, and it’s possible that it even rains liquid water there.Though alien life probably doesn’t exist there.

Water vapor — and maybe even rain — found on distant world twice the size of Earth - The Verge

NASA said its new Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite space telescope has discovered its smallest exoplanet so far, an alien world that's roughly 80 percent the size of Earth and could help "unlock" secrets of how the Blue Planet became habitable.NASA said its new Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite space telescope has discovered its smallest exoplanet so far, an alien world that's roughly 80 percent the size of Earth and could help "unlock" secrets of how the Blue Planet became habitable.

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Researchers say data shows signs of water vapor and though it's too early to know, "it's entirely possible this is a water world."Researchers say data shows signs of water vapor and though it's too early to know, "it's entirely possible this is a water world."

Exoplanet K2-18b: Life-friendly climate and oceans as well? - CNET

K2-18b is in the habitable zone of a red-dwarf star

Water vapour is spotted on a distant rocky planet – Physics World

For the first time, astronomers have detected water vapor and possibly signs of clouds and even rain in the air of a potentially habitable exoplanet.

This may be the first known exoplanet with clouds of water droplets | Science News

A watery world in a cozy spotA watery world in a cozy spot

Why This Earth-Like Planet is a Big Step Forward in the Search for Life

Scientists have detected water vapor and possibly even liquid water clouds on a strange exoplanet.The first (known) of its kind.

Discovery! Water Vapor — and Likely Clouds, Rain, Too — Found on Strange Alien Planet | Space

The exoplanet is just twice the diameter of Earth, and could potentially host life. The exoplanet is just twice the diameter of Earth, and could potentially host life.The exoplanet is just twice the diameter of Earth, and could potentially host life.

Hubble telescope spies water raining on distant world

Water vapor in the skies of the world K2-18 b may make it “the best candidate for habitability” presently known beyond our solar systemWater vapor in the skies of the world K2-18 b may make it “the best candidate for habitability” presently known beyond our solar system

Astronomers Find Water on an Exoplanet Twice the Size of Earth - Scientific American

Scientists from University College London have discovered water vapour on the exoplanet K2-18b, which is twice the size of Earth and eight times the mass, and say it's the right temperature for life.Scientists from University College London have discovered water vapour on the exoplanet K2-18b, which is twice the size of Earth and eight times the mass, and say it's the right temperature for life.

Scientists find WATER on a planet 110 light years from Earth | Daily Mail Online

K2-18b, which is eight times the mass of Earth, is now the only planet orbiting a star outside the Solar System, or 'exoplanet', known to have both water and temperatures that could support life.

First water detected on potentially 'habitable' planet

The world known as K2-18b is the hot new target in the search for lifeWater plus air plus warmth may equal something big

Earthlike Exoplanet is Home to Water | Time

In a major first, scientists have detected water vapor and possibly even liquid water clouds on a strange exoplanet that lies in the habitable zone of its host star about 110 light-years from Earth.The first (known) of its kind.

Mysterious Alien Planet Has Water in Its Atmosphere. Could Life Survive There? | Live Science