The findings say that water is incorporated in the newly forming planets all through the Milky Way Galaxy. It is good news is people who hope to find other planets than earth in order to host life.
According to the lead author of the study Ilse Cleeves, who is an astronomy Ph.D student at University of Michigan, the study implied that inter-stellar ice survived the incredibly volatile process of stellar birth and then it got incorporated into bodies of planets.
2,000 exoplanets have been discovered by astronomers so far while billions are yet undetected in the space-depths. If we take an average, each Milky Way is considered as host of at least one planet.
Our whole solar system is incorporated with water and Cleeves and her colleagues desired to know the source of this water.