It’s Not Conclusive, But Methane is Probably the Best Sign of Life on Exoplanets — Universe Today

When the James Webb Space Telescope aims at exoplanet atmospheres, it’ll use spectroscopy to identify chemical elements. One of the things it’s looking for is methane, a chemical compound that can indicate the presence of life. 1,792 more words

It’s Not Conclusive, But Methane is Probably the Best Sign of Life on Exoplanets — Universe Today

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