The NASA Space Agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory publishes shocking details about the horrors of exoplanets. An exoplanet or extrasolar planet is a planet outside the solar system. 55 Cancri e is an exoplanet in the orbit of its host star 55 Cancri A.
In a blog post, NASA writes: "Imagine an impassable ocean of boiling lava.
"This is the entire surface of 55 Cancri e.
"Don't be fooled by the sparkling sky above.
"These clouds are full of silicate particles that would be deadly to breathe. "
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Continues:" One side of this planetary closed planet is in eternal darkness and the other in blinding heat.
two parties meet. "
Another shocking discovery by NASA found" doomed "worlds orbiting a" non-living star "in the" most inhospitable corner of the galaxy. "
Kepler-70b is another exoplane you did not find around the orbit of underground star B Kepler-70. It is also the hottest known exoplanet since mid-201
NASA writes, "Kepler-70b (also known as KOI-55) may be another medium temperature hell circle hotter than on the surface of the sun.
"It used to be the size of Jupiter until it spent some time in its already dead star.
" It's a journey that destroys most planets but leaves that of Freddie Krueger
"At about 12,000 degrees F (6,800 C), this is one of the hottest planets discovered. In fact, the planet itself evaporates, soon to become another casualty. ”