Space revelation: Alien planets could be made of diamonds ‘unlike anything in our system’

Unfortunately, these worlds will not help scientists in their hunt for extraterrestrial life.

Mr Allen-Sutter, an ASU graduate student, said: “Regardless of habitability, this is one additional step in helping us understand and characterize our ever-increasing and improving observations of exoplanets.

“The more we learn, the better we’ll be able to interpret new data from upcoming future missions like the James Webb Space Telescope and the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope to understand the worlds beyond on our own solar system.”

To date, more than 4,200 planets have been discovered and more than 5,400 candidates are waiting to be explored.

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