Scientists discover water source in outer space three times greater than Earth's ocean

 The discovery of a massive amount of water vapor by scientists has led to a significant advancement in the hunt for life elsewhere in the universe. 

 The new study makes use of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) to view a disk of gas and dust surrounding a newborn star. 

 Situated 450 light-years away, the star known as HL Tauri is encircled by an astounding amount of vapor.   

 A study that was published in Nature Astronomy suggests that the amount of vapor present may increase the likelihood that a planet would eventually become habitable. 

 The way the amount of vapour surrounding HL Tauri appears to be impacting the formation of new planets and the environment,,,

 there may be similar to what existed 4.5 billion years ago when Earth was developing. 

 The project's primary creator, Stefano Facchini of the University of Milan,,,

 expressed his delight in seeing "an image of oceans of water vapour in the same region where a planet is likely forming."  

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