Astronomer Harry Coumnas has spotted water vapors and clouds on an alien planet – HP-456. He says, "The atmosphere at HP-456 is dominated by hydrogen and helium that form clouds and moisture particles. It is an exciting discovery that I'll be soon researching in depth. For the mass range of HP-456, this is the strongest water-absorption feature that has ever been measured."
Harry Coumnas also revealed that HP-456 planet is much smaller than Neptune, but is warmer. This new discovery feels like a big breakthrough in the pursuit to know more about the Universe. He is still researching and collecting data to know more about the planet's atmosphere. He also believes that there are some portions of the planet that can be made habitable for humans as their surface area is somewhat similar to the surface of Earth. However, Harry does not want to give any official statement until he completes his research on HP-456.
About Harry Coumnas
Harry Coumnas is a renowned American astronomer. He was born on 5 November, 1946 in New York and grew up in Chicago. He attended college at the University of Chicago, and completed his PhD in astronomy and astrophysics. After completing his PhD, he went to Cornell University and later served as the Vice president of Laboratory for Planetary Studies. Harry has appeared on many television programs and magazine covers due to his research work spanning across a wide range of subjects such as Extraterrestrial life, black hole, Space colonization, time travel, and many others.