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That's a good news and NASA should have done it a way earlier. Let see when they send the Man to Mars.
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One part of your reply does seem reasonable to me,but you can't pull legs of the Govt.projects that attempt to explore possibilities of such discoveries ,because this is the need of the future generations ,this is the need to preserve humans as species even though it would take millions of years to wipe out its existence from Earth.
Had we stopped looking for answers,we wouldn't have found the Earth is not a square or that it's not at the center of our universe.

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https://www.engadget.com/2017/04/23/...ered-in-water/


Most habitable planets may be completely covered in water
Simulations suggest that Earth's ideal mix of land and sea is rare.


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University of Barcelona researcher Fergus Simpson has published a study suggesting that most planets with any significant amount of water are likely to be completely (or almost completely) submerged in it. He ran computer simulations accounting for numerous factors in a planet (such as the deep water cycle and erosion), and most with substantial water levels had an above-water land mass of less than 10 percent -- well below Earth's 29 percent.

Those planets that had less water tended to have much less, to the point where deserts dominated the landscape. Also, size plays a role. Larger habitable planets (including Earth) are more likely to be water worlds thanks to deeper oceans and stronger gravity, according to the calculations, while smaller ones are drier.

If reasonably accurate, the data points to Earth hitting a rare sweet spot, possibly due to unusually deep water basins. And that makes sense at first glance. Despite what Earth looks like, water only occupies a tiny amount of volume compared to the rest of the planet. It wouldn't take much more to inundate the land, or much less to make it barren. You can see for yourself in the video below.

There is reason to be skeptical. Astrophysicist Sean Raymond warns Gizmodo that there are still a number of unknowns that may play an important role in water levels, and recent models suggest that water delivery to planets is relatively "reliable" with fewer surges or shortfalls. However, Simpson is quick to add that his theory should be testable soon. Future instruments (likely including the James Webb Space Telescope) will have enough power to measure the atmospheric compositions of alien planets, giving a clue as to how much water there is on the surface. If nothing else, the study is a reminder that we shouldn't assume a planet is human-friendly just because there's plenty of H2O.

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Didn't read your quoted message but on Earth, life started in water. If there's any credibility to Earth's theory then all those other habitable planets could be the real waterworlds

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Kamdev is busy in Islsmaic theories of proving The earth as flat as paper, with Mountains as Paper weights, as planned by the Prophet,..allah was gudguding Hukkah and with that smoke, he generated Earth,...


...btw,. we need Dova on board,.. I have sent Dovah a PM, as level in science/space thread is going down, and many Atheists rule
like Shanidev, with boat-loads of BS...

I would consider that situation as extreme pain and piti ful, that,.. when the ISS has made 1000s of rounds around the earth and exploring it to the fullest and
so with the other 1200+ satellites rotating around, First space landing and moon landing was in 40-50s ,.... when they looked earth back from the space and pictured it,.. and still,..
we have few Pathetic guys on our Board,....our Shanidev is struggling with Flat earth theories,.. and mountains put by allah as a paper weight
with 7 skies and glass dome theory of we all living inside the earth,...

What a bunch of dim-wits and hole-in-d-head personas we have here, present on d board !! aap ke charan kahaan hai, Prabhu. Dhanya Ho Shanidev. Naa jaane kis ki panoti lug gayi, iis forum ko..



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Nice depiction of Currently predicted habitable Earth-like worlds

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Any idea of distance to these planets?
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NASA, MIT to Launch TESS Hunt for Habitable Planets in 2017

BHaiya ,..... yeh log kya, khaakh kuchh, dhund paayenge (?),.... Baayi ki poot ka bhi toh pata nahin hai,.. iin logo ko,.. !!! Zhaant ka baal, jaante hai yeh sab NASA waale,...... Desh ke TAX ka paisa muft mein khaate hai,..and releases humbug, hope-news of utter Baloney,...

Khud apni galaxy ka toh koi abhi taq, aata-pata nahin hai, aur chale,.... saat samundar paar,.... 100 vi galaxy ka aata-pataa kar ne ! .... jab se hosh sambhala,.. 5000-7000+ yrs ago ( of known civilization, started living in Houses ) ,.. jab se Hosh Sambhala,... kya so rahe the, abhi tak,... ??

Beinfaar, aaj tak, har-roz,... naye Moon of Jupiter khojte hi chale jaa rahe hai !
7000 baras tak, kya kar rahe the,... ?? PIVs, BJs and Fore-Plays?


Look,....Yesterday, they just found two new moons of Jupiter,...


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New moons found orbiting Jupiter

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Two new moons – S/2016 J1 and S/2017 J1 – are reported to be orbiting Jupiter, bringing the gas giant's total number of known natural satellites to 69.

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In addition to these new discoveries, the team also rediscovered a number of "lost" moons from earlier years: "There are several lost moons of Jupiter that were discovered in 2003," they write on their website. "They are known moons, but their orbits are not well enough known to accurately predict where they are now, so they are considered lost. There were 14 of these lost moons at the beginning of 2016. We have for sure recovered five."

Read more: New moons found orbiting Jupiter
Do you really think, these SOB, POS, Mothafakka, MMC ( Maha - ** ), CHSO4 ( Chutyam Sulphates ) Idiotic Baystards....... can really make a valid dependable statement about , where is the Earth like planet and Life really exists there?
How dependable and reliable, that info would be? I sincerely doubt...

I would never trust these homophobic, dim-wit, ant-piss....Bhopadi-waale !! What say ? If I borrowed Shashi Tharoor's words,.... It's all 'Fargo' !


Soonth ke gaangde, bhala koi Gandhi thoda hi ban sakta hai ? aisa thodi naa chlata hai !! NASA walon ne 249 miles far, up-in-d-air,.......... ISS , kya chhod diya,... maano ki teer maar liya ? Bull-Shitt.


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