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    JWST Unlocks the Secrets of Gas Giant Atmospheres

    Which planets is gas? Gas planets, also known as gas giants, have long intrigued astronomers and space enthusiasts alike. These colossal celestial bodies, predominantly composed of hydrogen and helium, play a crucial role in the cosmic ballet of planetary systems. Recent advancements in astronomical research and technology, including contributions from the James Webb Space Telescope […]

    MASCARA-4 Exoplanet Sets New Record with Discovery of Heaviest Element!

    The Chinese astronomy team has made a remarkable finding about a planet outside our solar system. In MASCARA-4, an incredibly hot Jupiter, they discovered samarium, the heaviest element ever discovered in the atmosphere of an MASCARA-4 exoplanet. The planet has a temperature in the thousands of degrees and is three times as massive as our […]

    Cheops shows scorching exoplanet acts like a mirror

    Now, for the first time, scientists have found an exoplanet by Cheops that shines as brightly as Venus. Aside from the Moon, Venus is the biggest thing we can see in the night sky. Its thick layer of clouds returns about 75% of the Sun’s light. On the other hand, Earth only produces about 30% […]

    Is Exoplanet Koi-3010.01 Potentially Habitable?

    In 2011, the Kepler mission spotted an Exoplanet koi-3010.01 using the transit method. Scientists are really interested in this planet because it shares Earth-like qualities. So, without any delay let’s explore some of the common elements that this exoplanet and our Earth shares! ‘Lyra’ Constellation of Exoplanet koi-3010.01: The red dwarf KOI-3010 is 1,213 light-years […]

    Marshmallow-Like Exoplanet TOI-3757 Unveiled by TESS

    The exoplanet, TOI-3757 b is a gas giant planet that revolves around a K-type star. The mass of this exoplanet is about 0.27 times more than that of Jupiter and therefore it completes one circle around its star in just 3.4 days. If we talk about its distance, then it is located at approximately 0.038 […]

    Spiral Arms of a Star- An Exoplanet is a Cosmic Sculptor

    Scientists have made an extraordinary observation by uncovering a giant exoplanet’s captivating spiral arms within its host star’s gaseous and dusty confines. Does it sound intriguing? Yes, it is! Our galaxy unfolds many crisp theories every day that paved the way for scientific theories and inventions. An Enigmatic Giant Planet MWC 758c Sculpting the Reddest […]

    HD 100546 b: The Mystery Between Planets and Stars

    Brown dwarfs, though not precisely classified as planets, often come up in discussions due to their position between planets and stars. One well-known example is HD 100546 b with a radius 6.9 times that of Jupiter. Let’s Know More About This Exoplanet: HD 100546 b is a gas giant exoplanet that orbits a B-type star. […]

    Dark, Cold, and Alone: The Shocking Secrets of Rogue Planets Revealed!

    In the vast expanse of the cosmos, where celestial bodies follow predictable orbits and dance to the gravitational tunes of their parent stars, there exists a mysterious and intriguing class of wanderers – the rogue planets. These celestial nomads defy the conventional rules of planetary motion, untethered by the gravitational bonds that typically tie planets […]

    TOI-715 b: A Super Earth in the Habitable Zone

    The quest to find Earth-like planets beyond our solar system has led to the discovery of a new category of exoplanets known as “Super Earth.” These planets, larger than Earth but smaller than ice giants like Neptune, have captured the imagination of scientists and space enthusiasts alike. Among these, TOI-715 b stands out as a […]

    NASA’s Webb Telescope Discovers the Dusty ‘Cat’s Tail’ in the Beta Pictoris System

    Introduction NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (Webb) has been instrumental in unraveling the mysteries of the universe, providing us with groundbreaking observations and insights. In its relentless pursuit of knowledge, Webb has recently made a remarkable discovery in the Beta Pictoris System—a dusty ‘Cat’s Tail’ that has captivated the scientific community. This article delves into […]