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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
With the planet's atmosphere reaching temperatures far above anything we see here in our solar system (between roughly 1,000-1,300°C), the blue colour likely comes from tiny molten particles of silicate glass that are whipping around in the atmosphere at ...
Yahoo News Canada · 9/3/2013
Using the Hubble space telescope, Nasa has determined that the colour of the hostile planet is blue. The turbulent alien ... drops of glass in the clouds. These drops would cause horizontal glass showers in the high winds. The "glass rain" could be a ...
Channel 4 News · 7/12/2013
Some of them have atmospheres that are torched black or rain made from molten glass. But do their names have to be so ... these names give astronomers really valuable information about each planet. And when you've got thousands of them to sort through ...
Jet Propulsion Laboratory · 11/11/2014
But the similarities between HD 189733b, as the alien world is unpoetically known ... describing the weather on HD 189733b as extremely hot and windy, with occasional glass rain: "Although the planet seems to be the shade of a deep ocean, it is unlikely ...
NPR News · ByScott Neuman · 7/11/2013
Rolling up to the Earthships world headquarters in Taos, New Mexico is like stumbling upon an alien planet – a striking ... for the interior and exterior walls including rubber tires, glass or plastic bottles and aluminum or steel soda cans.
Triple Pundit · 6/26/2011
The weather ... glass move sideways at five times the speed of sound. Discover more about the worlds waiting in the vast reaches of space with the mind-altering book Exoplanets and Alien Solar Systems at Amazon.com! It’s not only planets that get rain.
listverse.com · 6/16/2014
The universe is home to a deep cobalt blue alien world that shines far away ... in the heat could form very small drops of glass that scatter blue light more than red light." Astronomers observed the planet before, during and after it passed behind its ...
India Today · 7/12/2013
Astronomers making visible-light observations with the Hubble Space Telescope have deduced the actual color of a planet orbiting another star 63 light-years away. This turbulent alien world ... from a driving rain made up of glass particles.
scienceagogo.com · 7/11/2013
For a long time now, the liberal media has waged a propaganda campaign to make you feel guilty for using electricity, claiming that the planet is melting because ... Three mandarin oranges require 42 gallons. A glass of milk, 55 gallons.
American Thinker · 5/22/2015