Alien Planet HD189733b Rains Molten Glass From The Sky
Now here in Central New York we thing our rain is bad, it could be a lot worse! How about rain that isn’t water but of molten glass? That’s the kind of forecast that happens on a daily basis on Planet HD189733b.
Even though the planet have a beautiful “blue marble” look, it’s far from friendly. The planet is located around 63 light-years from Earth, and researchers say the blue color in the atmosphere likely comes from a rain of molten glass.
This super-hot glass rain is just one consequence of the close proximity between the gas giant alien planet HD189733b and its sun. which causes daytime temperatures to soar as high as 1,700 degrees Fahrenheit (930 degrees Celsius), scientists said
So next time you complain about it raining, think it could be worse… a lot worse.
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