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Scientists Measure the Atmosphere of a Planet in Another Solar System 340 Light-Years Away


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An international team of scientists, using the ground-based Gemini Observatory telescope in Chile, is the first to directly measure the amount of both water and carbon monoxide in the atmosphere of a planet in another solar system roughly 340 light-years away.

The team is led by Assistant Professor Michael Line of Arizona State University’s School of Earth and Space Exploration, and the results were published today (October 27, 2021) in the journal Nature.  

Scientists Measure the Atmosphere of a Planet in Another Solar System 340 Light-Years Away (scitechdaily.com)

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