Researchers at the University of California published a new study affirming that Kepler-62f can be habitable. That is if the exoplanet can generate enough carbon dioxide in the atmosphere so that it would be warm enough to allow water to thrive.
The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) will continue the mission originally performed by Kepler. But this time, NASA claims that TESS posses the technology to find Earth-like planets which might harbour life.
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