Exoplanet is hotter than some stars

Exoplanet is hotter than some stars

Just 25 light years away, a team led by Spencer Hurt of the University of Colorado at Boulder has seen an exoplanet of extremes: the warm Jupiter orbits its star once every 2.43 days, between Mercury and Sun is ten times more than distance, Hurt writes an article in a paper published. The mass of the celestial body is about twenty times that of the Earth.

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