Clouds exist in outer space. Clouds on Jupiter, for instance, are divided into three bands in the planet’s atmosphere. The highest band, at 50 kilometers above the surface of the planet, is mostly clear.
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Well they can begin as cosmic rays colliding with water molecules to create clouds. Hope this helps 🙂 Did this page answer your question?
Why do we study clouds in space?
During the day, clouds can shade us from the sun and keep Earth cooler. Studying clouds helps NASA better understand Earth’s weather and climate. NASA uses satellites in space as well as computers to study clouds. NASA also studies clouds on other planets.
What are the clouds in space made out of?
We know that clouds are made of water vapor, what we don’t know or at least forget is the important role that condensation plays in making clouds visible. For the most part water vapor is invisible.
The dark clouds in space are called absorption nebulas or dark nebulas. An absorption nebula is a cloud of gas and dust which blocks light from the regions of space behind it. As light from space reaches an absorption nebula it is absorbed by it and does not pass through. Absorption nebulas do not create their own light. It is hard to find an absorption nebula unless it is silhouetted against much brighter region of space.
You could be asking “What other planets have clouds like on Earth?”
NASA also studies clouds on other planets. Mars has clouds that are similar to some clouds on Earth. Other planets have clouds made of materials other than water. For example, Saturn’s moon Titan has clouds of methane and ethane.
One article claimed that A nebula is a giant cloud of dust and gas in space. Some nebulae (more than one nebula) come from the gas and dust thrown out by the explosion of a dying star, such as a supernova. Other nebulae are regions where new stars are beginning to form. A nebula is a giant cloud of dust and gas in space.
Does a cloud take up space?
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This of course begs the query “What is a cloud?”
Cloud s are visible accumulations of tiny water droplets or ice crystal s in the Earth’s atmosphere. Clouds differ greatly in size, shape, and color. They can appear thin and wispy, or bulky and lumpy. Clouds usually appear white because the tiny water droplets inside them are tightly packed, reflecting most of the sunlight that hits them.
Can clouds form rows in the sky?
Clouds can form rows in the sky. NASA uses satellites to study clouds from above. Clouds are made of round water droplets. This article is part of the NASA Knows!
Why do clouds form in the sky?
Clouds form when air becomes saturated, or filled, with water vapor. Warm air can hold more water vapor than cold air, so lowering the temperature of an air mass is like squeezing a sponge. Clouds are the visible result of that squeeze of cooler, moist air.
A question we ran across in our research was “How are clouds formed?”.
Clouds are created when water vapor, an invisible gas, turns into liquid water droplets. These water droplets form on tiny particles, like dust, that are floating in the air. A camera on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this image of clouds over the Southern Indian Ocean. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech.