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Not Enough Water on Three Giant Planets to Support Life

After conducting measurements of the atmospheres of three giant planets, a team of researchers have deduced that little water is present on them. With the help of the Hubble Space Telescope, the researchers have found that the three planets are not capable of supporting life because of not having H2O rich environment.

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