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Scientists work out what rain is like on other planets (and it could help us find habitable worlds) – Yahoo News Australia

Researchers have found that raindrops are remarkably similar across different planets, even planets as drastically different as Earth and Jupiter.

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On Saturns moon Titan, it rains methane, or liquified natural gas – and on Neptune, scientists suspect it rains pure carbon in the form of diamonds (Getty)
If youve ever wondered what rain might feel like on Jupiter, or on Saturns icy moon Titan, wonder no longer. 
Researchers have found that raindrops are remarkably similar across different planets, even planets as drastically different as Earth and Jupiter. 
The paper, by AGU and Harvard researchers, could help scientists unravel the ancient…

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