The graph shows different colors of the atmosphere of the exoplanets

The James Webb Space Telescope will seek clouds of vaporizing gems on exoplanets – Space.com

Astronomers hope for the cloudy sky like James Webb Space Telescope (JWST or Webb) turns his attention to the atmospheres of exoplanets laden with rocks and vaporized crystals such as corundum and perovskite, which make up the gemstones on Earth.

Hot Jupiters, which are gas giants This orbit is so close to their stars, and grows so hot that rocky elements, minerals, and minerals can exist as vapor in their atmosphere, burning at temperatures of up to 3,600 degrees Fahrenheit (2000 degrees Celsius).


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