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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
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 ...
Yahoo News · 9/4/2013
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American Thinker · 1 day ago
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Now, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has, for the first time, observed visible light emanating from an exoplanet and has found that alien ... glass, which scatter blue light more than red light and impart to the planet its cobalt blue hue. This rain ...
The Space Reporter · 7/12/2013
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
has a deep blue colour and experts reckon it's the result of glass rain in the atmosphere, which scatters blue light. To find out what the planet looks like astronomers had to measure how much light was reflected from its surface. Unlike Earth the alien ...
BBC · 7/12/2013
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
the alien planet called HD 189733b is probably not a habitable planet. According to Space.com on July11, the planet is the first that scientists have been able to determine the color for, and it has glass rain storms and winds of incredible speeds.
Examiner · 7/11/2013
Researchers found that one of the closest planets to our solar system also shares the Earth's blue coloring, according to recent observations from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. [PHOTOS: Mysterious Alien Planets ... and bits of glass that rain down ...
US News and World Report · 7/14/2013