Second Earth was uninhabitable
NASA experts have found that the planets that are in the area of habitat and revolve around red dwarfs, there is no water and oxygen.
Consequently, Proxima b exoplanet, which scientists call the Second Earth could be uninhabitable.
Experts conducted a study modeling exposure to x-rays and ultraviolet, which emit red dwarfs, the planet’s atmosphere. The results showed that the atmosphere was simply “blown away” by the high-energy emission from exoplanets, which are located in the habitable zone.
They lose oxygen and this in turn precludes the existence of liquid water on their surface.
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