A newfound 'super-Earth' exoplanet could be a 'water world'

Cosmologists have found a new exoplanet circling a far-off star.

It very well may be a "Super-Earth" totally covered by water.

As indicated by NASA, this planet named TOI-1452 b is around 70% bigger than Earth.

It is circling a red small star in the heavenly body around 100 light years away.

Primer perceptions and estimations demonstrate that the planet is multiple times denser - which could compare to a surface shrouded in an exceptionally profound sea.

As indicated by the specialists, on the off chance that the planet is to be sure a reality "water world," water could make up 30% of its mass.

As indicated by the specialists, on the off chance that the planet is to be sure a reality "water world," water could make up 30% of its mass.

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