Uranus smells, says scientist, who finds that the planet’s upper atmosphere is composed of hydrogen sulfide

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(Natural News) The findings of a new U.K. study suggest that the upper atmosphere of the seventh planet in our Solar System smells the same as rotten eggs, reports a Live Science article. The study specifically suggested that the topmost clouds of Uranus contain a lot of hydrogen sulfide. You may not be familiar with that chemical, but…

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