NASA Publishes An Amazing Image of Nearby Planet That Could Be Habitable

A report was made back in 2016 by NASA depicting the fact that they might have accidentally discovered life outside of our planet after all.

This all came to be back when the European Southern Observatory’s 3.6-meter telescope at La Silla, Chile came across an exoplanet, unlike anything we’d ever seen before.

Nicknamed Proxima B, it is one of the few planets out there that has been proven to have liquid water on it. This was done by examining the temperature on it which depicts the perfect conditions for liquid water to exist on its surface.

Since it orbits the red dwarf star Proxima Centauri, experts don’t really have a way to actually send a drone there as of yet but they do hope that by the end of the century technology will evolve to the point where we’ll be able to send an unmanned space probe to it.

In the pictures that NASA released you can also see the double star Alpha Centauri AB and as you can instantly see, it is a little bigger than our planet but temperature-wise it’s not that much of a difference.

Technically speaking, with a decent costume that could regulate heating humans could definitely colonize and live on Proxima B.

But the news doesn’t stop there as a new planet about half the size of Neptune known as Proxima C was reported this year too.

Hopefully, we’ll send out probes here too if NASA has the funds for it.

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