How the laws of physics constrain the size of alien raindrops
SCIENCE
April 19, 20213 min read, 531 words

How the laws of physics constrain the size of alien raindropsHow the laws of physics constrain the size of alien raindrops

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Published: April 19, 2021  |  3 min read, 531 words
Whether they’re made of methane on Saturn’s moon Titan or iron on the exoplanet WASP 76b, alien raindrops behave similarly across the Milky Way. They are always close to the same size, regardless of the liquid they’re made of or the atmosphere they fall in, according to the first...
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