"Zafar Rustamkulov, a John Hopkins University graduate student..."
Johns, with a s.
NASA is reporting another James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) first as the orbital observatory has found clear evidence for carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of an exoplanet. According to NASA, prior observations of CO2-rich WASP-39b by the Hubble and Spitzer telescopes were able to detect water vapor, sodium, and potassium in …
If a planet has a breathable concentration of oxygen in the atmosphere then it has plant life equivalent to blue-green algae or something more modern. The fastest way to get humans there could well be to transmit some DNA sequences and tell the locals "some assembly required".