The planet's atmosphere is scorching with a temperature of over 1000C and it rains glass, sideways, in howling 7000km/h winds. At a distance of 63 light-years from us, this turbulent alien world is one of the nearest exoplanets to Earth that …
Rainfall on the planet has been nicknamed the “rains of terror,” as it poses a major threat. NASA describes getting caught in it as “death by a thousand cuts.” Researchers believe that the alien world possibly rains glass sideways. HD 189733 …
It’s a tiny bit less hospitable than Earth: known as HD 189733b, the planet is a giant, gaseous world resembling Jupiter, but much hotter. With a surface temperature of 1800°F (980°C), rainstorms of glass (yes, glass) and winds that reach …
The robot is some form of alien ... the planet. This odd revolution is brought on by Hawking radiation coming from a black hole. Very early on in the Netflix reboot, …
If all of Earth's water — oceans, lakes, rivers, rain ... a dwarf planet. NASA's New …
Beyond the inimitable coolness of outer space, exoplanets have their own distinct appeal that captures the imagination – what would an alien world look like ... If …
Google(s goog) Glass is certainly useful ... From the video it looks to me like alien ships are shooting beams downward at the planet and you have to turn your head to line up the ships with your target sight. Do that for a few seconds to lock …
But consider how an alien observer might detect complex life on Earth. One clue would be the effects of rain forests on the terrestrial atmosphere ... More …
Global warming could bring a serious problem for the two billion people on the planet who depend on one grain for their ... nor on laboratory studies under glass and in …
These breathtaking images appear to be taken on the surface of an alien planet - but are in fact taken in a Hawaiian paradise. Dodging acid rain, 1,100 degree lava and thick choking sulphuric fog American photographer Jason Weingart …