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Sunday, January 14, 2018

Brown dwarfs in the Orion Nebula have atmospheres with water

With the help of the Hubble Space Telescope, a NASA team has discovered a patch of low-mass brown dwarf planets in the Orion Nebula with water in their atmospheres, according to a release from NASA.
The population of brown dwarfs is the largest known to researchers and they’re all surrounded by a population of newborn stars as well. In addition to the brown dwarfs and the newborn stars the researchers working with the Hubble data also found three giant planets in the area, said a release from Hubble.

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