The James Webb Space Telescope has found a strange alien world that looks unique. The exoplanet was discovered by James Webb Space Telescope, which has seen some weird and crazy objects in the last few months. Now it can add even more to its discoveries.
According to Space, this is the first discovery of its kind by the James Webb Space Telescope’s NIRSpec and MIRI instruments. They also spotted 20 miles above Jupiter, silicate-rich clouds around a brown dwarf.
A brown dwarf is a mixed feature of stars and planets, but they are their own unique entities.
According to Space, this particular brown dwarf is called VHS 1256 b and orbits two small red dwarf stars, 72 light years from the earth.
James Webb Telescope also detected water, methane, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, sodium, and potassium in VHS 1256 b’s atmosphere.
Brittany Miles, an astronomer at the University of California, Irvine, and lead researcher, said, “We will know more from iterations on the data reduction. So far, it looks pretty similar to theoretical expectations.”
Webb data showed that the “atmosphere wasn’t still, but instead wild and turbulent,” according to Space.