Water Clouds has Discovered Outside of the Solar System

In University of California Santa Cruz, for the first time, a team of astronomers gets a substantial evidence that water clouds found outside in the solar system.

An assistant professor of astronomy and astrophysics on a university website said a statement that “WISE 0855 dominated by a clouds and water vapor with an appearance is strikingly similar to Jupiter,” Andrew Skemer.

The Wise 0855 is a brown dwarf or failed star, A five times of mass to Jupiter and 7.2 light-years from Earth. It has a temperature of less 10 degrees Fahrenheit a ‘250 degrees Kelvin’, It makes a type of coldest masses found in space.

The team is experimenting the brown dwarf using the Gemini-North telescope in Hawaii almost 13 nights and were able to get the initial spectrum measurements of the failed star.The American discover that the telescope located in the highest mountain in Hawaii, which means there will be a less vapor interfere with telescopic observation.

Source: The Verge
Image by NASA/JPL-Caltech