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Experts Warn Of Major Flaw With NASA's James Webb Telescope

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According to a research paper, the NASA James Webb Telescope's model scientists who interpret observations made by the telescope could be wrong.

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According to the study, the models used by NASA's James Webb Telescope researchers to understand opacity may not be accurate "by an order-of-magnitude".

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Nature Astronomy published a paper on Thursday arguing that the James Webb Telescope (which studies exoplanets)

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May be using inaccurate models that produce incorrect readings of wavelengths of light passing through an atmosphere.

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This could prove to be a major obstacle in the study of exoplanets. These could offer key clues about life outside our solar system. 

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Prajwal Niraula (a co-author and a graduate of MIT) stated that this is a serious problem that needs to be addressed.

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The authors stated that the current model used to decrypt spectral data is not as accurate and reliable as the James Webb telescope's data. 

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We must improve our game and solve the opacity issue together. 

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Julien de Wit is an assistant professor at MIT's Department of Earth and another study's co-author. 

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In a press release, he stated, "There is a scientifically important difference between a compound such as water being present at 5 per cent versus 25%, which our models cannot distinguish."

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