Scientists first found the atmosphere at earth-like exoplanets
Astronomers first identified the presence of the atmosphere earth-like exoplanets. The object is called “Gliese 1132b” (GJ 1132b) and is approximately 39 light years from us in the constellation of Sails. This is the first case where scientists have managed to find the atmosphere of a planet with mass and radius similar to earth’s. The new data offer the prospect of finding the possible presence of life on this planet.