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A shocking new report claims that the water is “common” for exoplanets, the potential to change the way in which we look at planet formation and the upending of the search for extra-terrestrial life.
The researchers, from the University of Cambridge examined data from the 19 exoplanets have been found, and the water vapor in 14 of them. However, the amounts are surprisingly much lower than expected,” according to a news release from the university. There was an abundance of potassium and sodium is found in six of the other planets, although the amounts of the other substances that have been discovered have been in line with expectations.
“We are seeing the first signs of chemical patterns on alien worlds, and we get to see how diverse they are in terms of their chemical structure,” said project leader Nikku Madhusudhan, in a statement. Madhusudhan is first measured at the low water vapour amount in a giant exo-planets in the year 2014.
(Credit: University of Cambridge)
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The researchers looked at planets of all different sizes, including a mini-Neptunes” with masses 10 times that of the Earth, the “super-Jupiters” with masses of up to 600 times that of the Earth. The temperature of the planet, it was also considered to be, at a temperature of about 20 degrees Celsius to 2,000 degrees Celsius.
The study, “the Mass-Metallicity Trends in the Transit of the extrasolar planet, as the Atmospheric Abundances of H2O, Na, and k,” will be published in Astrophysical Journal Letters.
“It’s incredible to see such a low water abundances in the atmosphere of a wide range of planets orbiting a variety of stars,” Madhusudhan added.
Luis Welbanks, who worked on the study, said that measuring the chemicals in the planets, a break-through.
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“The measurement of the abundances of these compounds in exoplanetary atmospheres is a great thing, in view of the fact that we have not been able to do the same for the major planets in our solar system, even including Jupiter, which is our nearest gas giant neighbor,” Welbanks said in a statement.
Since Jupiter is very cold, any water vapor in the atmosphere would be reduced, and it is difficult to measure, it is,” Welbanks will be added. “If the water abundance of Jupiter’s, there were an abundance, as had been predicted, it would mean that it was produced in a different way to use the exo-planets that we have found in the present study.”
Water is one of the most important building blocks of life as we know it, it is adding interest to the experience.
“In view of the fact that water is an important ingredient in our understanding of the habitability of the Earth, it is important to be aware of the amount of water that can be found in planetary systems beyond our own,” Madhusudhan will be closed.
In September, water was discovered in the atmosphere of a “super-Earth” F2-18b, 110 light-years away from Earth. Scientists have discovered what they believe is “a stable body of liquid water on Mars today, sitting under the planet’s southern polar ice cap in 2018 and beyond.
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