Carbon dioxide in exoplanet James Webb Telescope spots carbon dioxide in distant exoplanet

The carbon dioxide was discovered in the atmosphere of a giant hot and gaseous planetary object named the WASP-39b, located at a distance of 700 light-years from Earth and in the constellation Virgo

Physics Nobel Physics Nobel 2019 Is About Understanding the Universe

The prize is shared by James Peebles, for his seminal theoretical predictions about the early universe and formation of galaxies, and Michael Mayor and Didier Queloz, who were first to discover an planet that revolves around distant sun like star.