Hubble Telescope for last 30 years and now it is studying a unique class of ultra-hot exoplanets in our Milky Way galaxy.
Two Jupiter-sized planets that are so precariously close to their parent star, and are being roasted at intense temperatures above 3,000°F.
Planets are high enough to even vaporize one of the strongest metals - Titanium!
These planets are similar to Jupiter and "they have the hottest planetary atmospheres ever seen and are similar"
Detailing these two new mysterious hot exo-planets spotted by the Hubble Telescope.
Named WASP-178b, it’s raining vaporized rock, while the other one has its upper atmosphere that is being sunburned by intense ultraviolet (UV) radiation.