Astronomers have found strong evidence that outside the solar system, there exists water clouds.
Observations done on a frigid object called WISE 0855, which is located 7.2 light years from the planet Earth, showed that there are clouds of water on the so called "failed star." Water clouds are also called water ice.
"We would expect an object that cold to have water clouds, and this is the best evidence that it does," study lead author Andrew Skemer, an assistant professor of astronomy and astrophysics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, said in a statement released by the university.
But what does this mean? Why is it such a breakthrough?
According to the scientists behind the discovery, this means that this failed star can be compared to Jupiter.To read more, click here.