On Earth, people can refer to storms as "raining cats and dogs" and even sing of "raining men" falling from the skies, but never in the wildest dreams did they think jewels can come down in the form of rain ... a giant alien planet outside the …
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The exoplanet — called HD 189733b — is 63 light-years from Earth and a "deep cobalt blue," with raging storms of glass rain and super-fast winds, scientists say. The alien planet's blue color was pinned down using observations from the …
SEE ALSO: The Strangest Alien Planets ... day and rain comes in the form of molten glass. While methane can be produced by geologic sources, the organic compound also could be a sign of biologic activity. That means finding …
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 …
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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 …
Interestingly, it also rains glass, which is blown sideways by 7000 kilometer-per-hour winds. More than 63 light-years from our planet, this alien world is one of the closest alien planets to Earth that can be observed transiting across the face …
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during the day and rain comes in the form of molten glass. A boost in the search for alien life While methane can be produced by geologic sources, the organic compound also could be a sign of biologic activity. That means finding …