JWST Can Find 

Habitable World Beyond Our Solar System!

Unlocking New Frontiers: The JWST's Remarkable Capabilities Illuminate the Quest for Habitable Worlds Beyond Our Solar System!

SPECULOOS-2c, a Habitable Exoplanet, has a Diameter 40% Larger than Earth's but Orbits its Star Every 8.5 Days.

LP 890-9c is Located Near the Inner Boundary of its Star's Habitable Zone, where Liquid Water Might Exist.

The James Webb Space Telescope may Help Differentiate Between Various Climatic and Atmospheric States on LP 890-9c.

LP 890-9c, like Venus, is Situated at the Inner Border of its Planetary System's Habitable Zone.

Venus Experienced a Runaway Greenhouse Effect, Causing the Evaporation of its Water due to a Dense Carbon Dioxide Atmosphere.

Only Some Planets in the Habitable Zone's Inner Border will Develop like Venus, as a Magnetic Field is Necessary to Retain Water Vapor.

Observing LP 890-9c will Provide Insights into the Habitable Zone's Inner Edge and the Longevity of a Planet's Habitability Under Heat.

Models of LP 890-9c Consider its Mass, Radius, Chemical Composition, Atmospheric Depth, Temperature, and Cloud Cover.

Powerful Flares from Red Dwarfs may Lead to a Cratered and Atmosphere-Less Planet like LP 890-9c.

The James Webb Space Telescope could Confirm the Presence of a Water-Rich Atmosphere on LP 890-9c through Transits Observations.

World Beyond Our Solar System and Exciting Space Discoveries.

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