Astronomers may have missed measurements of exoplanets at the Webb Space Telescope

A new study has found that astronomers may be misinterpreting the James Webb Space Telescope’s measurements of the atmospheres of exoplanets.

The James Webb Space TelescopeThe most complex space observatory ever, captures stunning images of the most remote regions in the world Universe. It also takes Chemical composition measurements Of the interesting stars, galaxies and nebulae that you see. To interpret this data, scientists rely on complex models. But a new study by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), finds that these models are not accurate enough to capture the nuances of Webb’s observations.

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