We've found two new worlds, GJ 1002 b and c, that could be habitable. They're the right size and most likely around the right temperature.

Actually, make that three new worlds. Another one, Wolf 1069 b, showed up in my news feed as I was writing this.1 But Wolf 1069 b will wait for another time.

What with one thing and another — including an unexpected visit from a daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter — I didn't ramble on as much as usual this week.

So I'll take a brief, for me, look at GJ 1002 b and c. And I'll talk about literally cool data from the JWST: a look at ingredients for "the building blocks of life" in the Chamaeleon I dark molecular cloud.

More at A Catholic Citizen in America.

(GJ 1002 b and c may be habitable worlds orbiting a nearby red dwarf. JWST gives us new data about CHONS: key elements in the building blocks of life.)


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