James Webb Space Telescope finds water and methane in atmosphere of a ‘warm Jupiter’

The James Webb Area Telescope (JWST) has detected methane and water vapor within the environment of a Jupiter-like world positioned round 163 light-years away.

Astronomers made the invention through the use of this highly effective infrared area telescope to observe the extra-solar planet or “exoplanet” WASP-80 b move by the face of its mother or father crimson dwarf star, which it orbits roughly as soon as each 3 Earth days. 


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