James Webb has spotted a strange alien planet with sand-filled clouds.

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The exoplanet, which is a brown dwarf, was originally discovered in 2016.

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The exoplanet, which is a brown dwarf, was originally discovered in 2016.

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Astronomers were puzzled over the exoplanet’s strange reddish glow, but James Webb gave them a better view of the stellar discovery.

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Brown dwarfs are intriguing stellar objects. These planets aren’t big enough to turn into stars

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This belief appears to have been confirmed thanks to observations made by the James Webb space telescope.

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Astronomers searching at the statistics published their findings on the arXiv servers. The paper has but to be published and hasn’t been peer-reviewed yet.

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James Webb’s observations of this brown dwarf could help us better understand these strange planets. More research will need to be done,

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