A baby star's planet-forming disk has 3 times more water than all of Earth

Apr 18, 2020
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When you consider the size of the disk of gas and dust that surrounds the infant star, compared to the size of the Earth, rather than saying "drenched," maybe it's enough to just say that they discovered some water vapor in the disk.
The fact they detected water is good,
the quantity is not so impressive since now it is believed both Mars and Venus both had liquid water early on that has evaporated away.
Not sure about pre-collision Mercury.

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