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Webb Telescope Spots Wild World With Sand Clouds and Sulfuric Skies

Webb Telescope Spots Wild World With Sand Clouds and Sulfuric Skies

The Webb Space Telescope has revealed a world quite alien compared to our own: WASP-107b, a Neptune-like gas giant that orbits a star some 211 light-years from Earth. Webb has now detected water vapor and sulfur dioxide in the planet’s atmosphere, as well as sand-like silicate clouds.

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Source : https://gizmodo.com/webb-telescope-exoplanet-sand-clouds-water-sulfur-1851022415

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