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Spectroscopic Observations by Hubble reveal Sunscreen Snow on Hot Exoplanet

News   Nov 01, 2017 | Original Story from Penn State University.

 
Spectroscopic Observations by Hubble reveal Sunscreen Snow on Hot Exoplanet

This illustration shows the seething hot planet Kepler-13Ab that circles very close to its host star, Kepler-13A. In the background is the star's binary companion, Kepler-13B, and the third member of the multiple-star system is the orange dwarf star Kepler-13C. Credit: NASA, ESA, and G. Bacon (STScI).

 
 
 

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