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Extraordinary planets found so far

No corner of the universe has yet been properly investigated. To date, only a tiny fraction of the stars has been identified. Even within this particle, there are many extraordinary planets. Here is some information.

Gliese 436b - A planet that challenges the laws of physics

The planet is located about 30 light-years from Earth, orbiting a star that resembles a lion constellation. This planet challenges the laws of physics.

Mercury, which is closest to the Sun in our solar system, is about 15 times closer to the Sun than it is to the Sun. However, there is a layer of ice on the surface. The surface temperature is 439 degrees Celsius, or 822 degrees Fahrenheit.

The most unusual fact is that even at such high temperatures, a layer of ice is formed on it. This is being done. This is because of the most powerful force on the planet. As a result, even the water vapor emitted from its surface is compressed immediately to form solid ice. Because of this, the ice layer does not melt. The planet revolves around the sun once in two days and 15.5 hours.

55 Cancri E-Diamond made world

This planet is located 40 miles away from Earth in a constellation of rumors. This is twice the size of the Earth and weighs about eight times as much as the Earth. The density here is much higher than that of the Earth. This planet contains more carbon than our solar system.

Most of the weight of this planet is caused by the carbon in it. And the average maximum temperature of that surface is 2400 degrees Celsius, or 4417 degrees Fahrenheit. And the pressure on it is very high. For these reasons, it is assumed that its surface is almost covered with diamonds. It is very close to its parent star, and it takes about 18 hours of Earth to orbit one orbit around it.

Hd 189733b - A glass rainy planet

This planet, which is about 62 light-years from Earth, is slightly larger than the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter. It shines bright blue and purple, due to its unusual atmosphere.

Most of the atmosphere is composed of silicate atoms and molecules. Wind speeds can reach speeds of up to 5,400 km / h. This is about 2 kilometers per second, seven times the speed of sound. The surface temperature can be as high as 900 degrees Celsius, or 1652 degrees Fahrenheit.

Another notable feature of this planet is that, under the above conditions, there are glass fragments in the atmosphere, which come to the surface as rain. If this windy wind blew on the Earth's equator, it would take only five minutes and 30 seconds to complete a round the Earth.

Wasp-12b- A planet that 'eats' light

This planet is the darkest planet in the universe, except for the black holes. The practice is that it "eats" the light that falls on it.

This planet is about twice the size of Jupiter. It is able to absorb as much as 94% of the light it falls into. The surface temperature of the lighted side is about 4,600 degrees Celsius, or 8,312 degrees Fahrenheit. One side is always facing its mother star.

As a result, there is always daylight on one side and night on the other. On the opposite side of the sun, the temperature is about 2,200 degrees Celsius, or 3,992 degrees Fahrenheit. These high temperatures cause water vapor to form in the clouds. As a result, the reflected light is reduced. At the very least, various particles of the asteroid will be scattering to its parent star.

Psr J1719–1483 A star in orbit around a B-pulsar

The planet is in orbit around a pulsar, a very dense, small neutron star. This star is about the size of a big city. This pulsar is about 12 miles (19 km) in diameter. But its density is about 1.4 times that of the Sun. Another feature is that the planet quickly orbits around this pulsar. It takes about 2 hours of earth time to do so.

The diameter of this planet is approximately four times the diameter of the planet and about 330 times the mass of the earth. It is located about 4000 light-years from Earth. It is assumed that its core is composed of diamonds.

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