Nasa says exoplanet has ‘signs of life’
Nasa has revealed that a distant exoplanet could have ‘signs of life’. The space agency says that carbon dioxide and methane have been detected in the atmosphere of exoplanet K2-18 b - which is more than eight times the size of Earth.
Invasive red fire ants with painful bites spotted in Europe. Plus, we hear about the Loughborough University student’s device that detects rugby concussions in just 10 seconds.
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- Experts warn of e-waste issues over iPhone charging port switch
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