The University of Toronto astrophysicists conducted a study, revealing that planets outside the solar system are more hospitable than thought. These planets, called exoplanets have liquid water along with more habitable environment than expected.
Jeremy Leconte, lead author of the study, said planets with probable oceans could offer a climate much similar to Earth’s. Initially, scientists thought exoplanets behave in a manner contrary to Earth, but the study suggests that exoplanets rotate around their own stars, spinning at a speed in order to exhibit similar to Earth’s day-night cycle. However, the exoplanet’s ability to develop life remains a big question, considering the planets’ climate increases.