100 light-years away from Earth, the exoplanet TOI-1452 b has been found, according to astronomers.
According to reports, there is a lot more water in space than there is on Earth. There is a list of more than 50 scientists' results.
Astronomer Charles Cadioux believes that TOI-1452b is one of the most promising candidates for an oceanic planet that we have discovered to date.
The TESS space telescope, operated by the US Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), searches the universe for exoplanets.
the possibility of water when it recently passed in front of one of its stars. Two stars have been located thus far.
A decline in the brilliance of the star was what provided astronomers with the first indication of TOI-1452's existence.
The mass and properties of the planet were inferred after over 50 hours of follow-up observations by the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope in Hawaii.