But the fiery planets are not suitable for life, sitting too close to their respective suns to sustain water on the surface, scientists say. The telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3, which measures near-infrared light, detected traces of water by observing each planet as it passed in front its sun, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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