James Webb Telescope 

Found Water! Where?

Astronomers revealed the

 most detailed measurements of an exoplanet's atmosphere outside of our solar system to date 

It appears that there 

are indications of water, haze and clouds in the planet's atmosphere that weren't previously known.

Exoplanet named WASP-96b, 

is one of 5,000 planets that have been confirmed to exist in the Milky Way galaxy outside of our own solar system 

Discovering exoplanets is

 an impressive human achievement because they are much smaller than stars they are far harder to see. 

The exoplanet WASP-96b

 is located nearly 1,150 light-years away in the Phoenix constellation, and was first discovered by scientists in 2014

As a gas planet that's less

 than half the size of Jupiter, NASA describes WASP-96 b as being "much puffier" than any planet orbiting our Sun.

NASA Secretly Prepared for  Smashing into Earth Scenario

Catastrophic Asteroid