NASA's Telescope  Hottest-Ever Planet

Discovered A Strange,

Hubble Telescope, which NASA has been running for the last 30 years, is studying a unique class of ultra-hot exoplanets in our Milky Way galaxy.

NASA’s flying observatory has now found two Jupiter-sized planets that are so precariously close to their parent star and similar to Jupiter

And are being roasted at intense temperatures above 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit.

Astronomers are detailing these two new mysterious hot exo-planets spotted by the Hubble Telescope.

Mysterious because on one of these planets named WASP-178b, it’s raining vaporized rock, while the other one has its upper atmosphere that is being sunburned by intense ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

It provides new insights into the diversity, complexity, and exotic chemistry in the far reaches of our galaxy.

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