Scientists Solved the Mystery of Missing Water in Hot Jupiters

By using NASA’s Hubble and Spitzer telescopes, astronomers have explored ten Jupiter-like exoplanets to find a clue about missing water. Namely, it appears that exoplanets contain less water than it was expected. However, thick clouds and haze in their atmosphere make it hard for scientists to detect the actual amount of water.

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