I'm such a cynical old fart.
When I heard the news that they detected water on K2-18b 128 lightyears away and they all standed there exited about the finding and the viewer get the impression that they actually saw water on a planet.
Meanwhile I'm thinking.
Yeah right, first off you find a star. Then detect a wobble in its light. Then try to figure out where /a/ planet is. Then read the spectrum emitted from that direction. It's a lot of spikes on a graph is what it is. Still cool though.
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