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Stench of a gas giant? Nearby exoplanet reeks of rotten eggs, and that’s a good thing

An exoplanet infamous for its deadly weather has been hiding another bizarre feature — it reeks of rotten eggs, according to a new Johns Hopkins University study of data from the James Webb Space Telescope. The atmosphere of HD 189733 b, a Jupiter-sized gas giant, has trace amounts of hydrogen sulfide, a molecule that not […]

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