Extraterrestrial Life

Found, Bio Signatures on Exoplanet

WASP-39B, also known as Bocaprins, is a hot-Jupiter class planet discovered in 2011. It was the first reported exoplanet with a signature of CO2 in the atmosphere. It is said to have a substantial amount of water vapor in the air. Can you imagine a gas giant with Earth like skies and an inner light, leaking through the lower, denser clouds? Can you imagine life living in the upper clouds, as was speculatively possible on Venus just a heartbeat ago? Not only may we be looking at life, not as we know it, but the realization you don’t…



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John Ege

Discovering the Unseen through Art, Word, Thought, and Mystery.