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Scientists think they have found cloudy skies on two nearby exoplanets.
One planet is a super Earth, while the other is Neptune-sized.
This finding, as fascinating as it is, is also incredibly uncertain. The data suggests clouds, but the data is quite thin. We are barely seeing what’s there. Without doubt, the reality is far more complex — and interesting — than presently theorized.