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There's another world 63 light years away that looks like the Earth, but scientists said with temperatures that reach 1,700 degrees Fahrenheit the so-called "blue marble" planet is so hot it rains molten glass, reports Space.com. The giant alien planet ...
News Max · 9/4/2013
There's a "blue marble" alien planet just 63 light-years from Earth, but the world is anything but friendly to life. Researchers say the blue color in the atmosphere likely comes from a rain of molten glass. This super-hot glass rain is just one ...
Space · 8/30/2013
There's a "blue marble" alien planet just 63 light-years from Earth, but the world is anything but friendly to life. Researchers say the blue color in the atmosphere likely comes from a rain of molten glass. This super-hot glass rain is just one ...
The Huffington Post · 9/3/2013
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[PHOTOS: Mysterious Alien Planets] But the mutual blue hue is ... blow-torched atmosphere" and bits of glass that rain down in the fierce winds across the planet. These shards are formed by particles that condense in heat and have a tendency to scatter ...
US News and World Report · 7/14/2013
For the first time, astronomers have determined the true colour of a planet orbiting another star. The world, known as HD189733b, has a deep azure hue - probably the result of silicate (glass) rain in the ... this turbulent alien world is one of the ...
BBC · 7/11/2013
The alien planet HD 189733 b is 63 light-years from Earth, and scientists say it gets its beautiful blue color from a rain of molten glass. The gas giant planet is located close to its sun, which causes temperatures to reach more than 1,800 degrees ...
Mother Nature Network MNN · 4/29/2015
Its weather is no picnic, either. The planet likely experiences glass rain that rushes in sideways in raging winds — some 4,350 mph (7,000 km/h). Its atmosphere, according to NASA scientists, can reach 1,832 degrees Fahrenheit (1,000 degrees Celsius).
Live Science · ByJeanna Bryner · 7/11/2013
Pic NASA's Hubble space telescope has found another deep blue planet in space - but ... but a hellish alien body with daytime temperatures of nearly 1,100 degrees Centigrade (2,000°F) and possibly glass rain that howls across the surface sideways in ...
The Register · 7/12/2013
(2) Another image shows just how remarkably similar to Earth that the deep-blue colored planet appears to be, however it couldn’t be any more different from Earth. With its violent winds, blast-furnace temperatures and glass rain, no life could possibly ...
topsecretwriters.com · 7/19/2013