Liquid oceans may last longer in outer galaxies

All geared up to find alien life, the NASA scientists have in in the process ended up discovering new truths about the expanses of oceans beneath the icy surface of the far away worlds at the edge of our solar system. It is being said that they may hold liquid water for a longer time that it was originally believed to.

The reason for this is believed to be the gravitational pull of the moon due to massive collisions can aid to extend the lifetime of the liquid water that is there below the surface of the large icy world, that are present beyond the orbits of Neptune and Pluto and their moons.

This study has opened new avenues where we can think of the possibilities of the existence of extra-terrestrial life. Let’s see where these studies end up telling us.

Written By- Srishti Anand

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