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That classification scheme originates from before we had much in the way of observational data on exoplanetary atmospheres. It's not clear that it's a particularly useful description of how hot Jupiters behave: recent models, e.g. Gao et al. (2020) seem to indicate that silicate clouds and hydrocarbon haze are the main factors at play on hot Jupiters, rather ...


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