In April 2021, scientists announced the discovery of an exoplanet called WASP 1976b.
The Wasp Exoplanet is a gas giant in the solar system that is located almost perfectly similar to our own Sun. It is believed that it is a habitable planet and has many potentials for life. The name Wasp comes from the Wasp flower, which is only found on this star and is the most expensive flower in the world, by far.
The latest discovery of a Wasp Exoplanet was announced today by a team of astronomers at the Institute of Astronomy, University of Paris.
The exoplanet, also known as Jupiter-like planet, is believed to be an extremely hot Jupiter like planet. The planet is so warm that many gases can be vaporized at its day side, condense on the nighttime side, and fall like snow in the cold atmosphere. This discovery is exciting for those who understand the workings of planetary atmospheres.
WASP 1976b is approximately 4 times more massive than Earth. It is thought to be a gas giant planet. It is approximately half the size of the planet Earth and is composed of two separate components; a rocky, metal composition with a thick oxygen content and a solid core made up of rock ice (ice). The planet’s moon also has a substantial amount of water vapor in it.
WASP 1976b was discovered by a group of researchers led by Dr. Yifan Yang of JPL. Dr. Yang and his team made the discovery using data obtained by NASA’s THEMES satellite. They were able to measure the planet’s wobble and measured the planet’s radial velocities. They discovered that the planet was moving about twice as fast as the sun. This is very fast for a planet in a solar system and is very unusual. Previous studies had suggested that WASP 1973b had a similar mass, but it was not a rocky planet and did not have a solid core.