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New research suggests that at least five planets are likely to have water in their atmospheres, a result that could open up the possibility of discovering a new class of planets.
The results of the study were published in the journal Nature this week.
The study looked at data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope, which has been able to detect water vapor in planetary atmospheres in the past.
The Kepler spacecraft uses ultraviolet light to measure the chemical makeup of planetary atmosphes.
The scientists examined the Kepler data with a variety of different techniques.
They measured the light that the telescope sees as it passes through the atmospheres of Venus, Earth, Mars and Jupiter.
The light can be measured using a detector that looks for changes in light intensity caused by changes in the amount of hydrogen and helium in the atmosphes of these planets.
The scientists also measured changes in temperature in the gases that make up the atmospomes of each of these three planets.
These measurements can reveal how water may exist in the planetary atmosphelms.
The researchers used the Kepler telescope to measure how much water the planets in the data had, as well as how much hydrogen and oxygen there was.
They found that Venus had a lower concentration of water than Earth.
This indicates that Venus was not always able to produce enough hydrogen to support a habitable environment for life, the researchers wrote in the paper.
This finding is in line with a study of Venus by scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, published in Science in December.
The Berkeley study found that in addition to a low amount of water, Venus had very little methane and carbon dioxide.
This means that life was likely more difficult on Venus in the early solar system, compared to Earth.
The study also found that the planets with the lowest concentrations of water had a higher percentage of oxygen in their atmosphere than Venus.
This is in part because the oxygen is stored in the cloud layer in the atmosphere.
The cloud layer is formed from clouds of water vapor that are created by the sun and rain, and are then pulled into the atmosphere by the winds.
This process of condensation of water in the upper atmosphere is what causes the water vapor to condense.
This, in turn, is what creates the atmospheric opacity that the astronomers used to measure.
The researchers found that Mercury, Venus and Earth have very similar amounts of methane and CO2 in their atmospheric layers.
They also found a similar amount of carbon dioxide and water in Venus’ atmosphere.
This suggests that the composition of Venus’ and Mercury’s atmospheres is similar, which would help to explain the high levels of oxygen and carbon in the oceans and atmosphere of these planetesimals.
The planets with higher levels of water have higher concentrations of methane in their watery atmosphere than the planets that have lower levels of methane, the scientists wrote.
This could help explain why the water in Mars’ atmosphere is different from the water found in Earth’s atmosphere.
The research was conducted by a team of researchers from the University the Universidad Autónoma de Chile (UAC) and the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research (MPOSR).
It is based on data from Kepler, the first space telescope to look for planets orbiting other stars.