RelatedThe conclusions from the observations included identifying water clouds in the atmosphere and the rotation rate of the planet. In the study issued in the Astrophysical Journal, the authors state that it is possible to derive similar info from the single-pixel observations of the NASA exoplanet. While rotation rate is the length of the day, the changing patterns in the entire time period will indicate the characteristics of the exoplanets. It can even tell how and when an exoplanet was formed and is presently a difficult property to measure. However, authors of the study point out that the effectiveness of this procedure will be depending on the unique features of the respective exoplanets. At the same time, planetary features like craters can too contribute in understanding the rotation circle.
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