Is the presence of water a feature common to all gas-giant planets? The first convincing detection of water vapour in the atmosphere of such a planet from outside our Solar System indicates that the answer is yes.
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Knutson, H. Water on distant worlds. Nature 448, 143–145 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/448143a