Jupiter-sized planet "Wasp-107b" experiences Sand Rain!!

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope finds new exoplanet.

This exoplanet Wasp-107b is Jupiter sized planet.

Wasp-107b is situated 200 light years away from Earth and in Virgo constellation.

It has same size of Jupiter but it exhibits the mass of Neptune.

JWST uses it's Mid Infrared Instrument (MIRI) to detect atmospheric composition.

Astronomers observed clouds of Wasp-107b, they found that it has same Earth's water cycle.

Only difference is raining sand instead of water droplets.

The falling sand is sand of silicate vapours.

Similar to Earth's water cycle, slicate sand clouds precipitate back to lower atmospheric levels.

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