Scientists explained that exoplanets are planets orbiting other stars, as the "W107b", which orbits the "W107", was discovered in 2017 using a group of robotic wide-angle telescopes to search for planets.It is an exoplanet gas with a mass similar to Neptune but with a diameter closer to the diameter of Jupiter and 200 light years away from it, and orbits the star "W107" constellation Virgo.Astronomers used the medium infrared instrument "Miri", to explore "W" 107b", which revolves around the W107, which enabled them, because of its thin atmosphere, to look deeper than usual to reveal new things, as the team studied the atmosphere and found evidence of the presence of water vapor, sulfur dioxide and clouds of "sand" but surprisingly there is no sign of methane.On Earth, water usually freezes at low temperatures, but in gas giants where the temperature can reach about 1000,<> degrees, Silicate particles can freeze, often leading to cloud formation, according to a study published in the journal Science Alert.One surprising discovery, or rather no-discovery, is the absence of methane. Methane was expected, but its absence suggests the atmosphere may be warmer than initially thought.