And here folks around me just complain about the gas I generate.But the discovery nonetheless has scientists excited, because carbon dioxide is one of four chemicals that life can generate, so being able to detect it shows that astronomers have the ability to find the signs of life on other worlds.
Me, I'm just right.However, the planet, HD 189733b, is too hot to be habitable.
four chemicals that life can generate?? There are millions.
The fact that "water, methane, and ... carbon dioxide" have been found almost everywhere (gas giants, Mars, Venus, nebulae, dim stars...) shows they are extremely lame "bio-markers".
Moved from "Space Exploration" to "Astronomy."
Everything I need to know I learned through Googling.
The TPF will look here:http://www.science.org.au/nova/newsc.../019ns_005.htm
They don't give the gas ratios.