The hottest known exoplanet is melting molecules in its atmosphere | Astronomy.com

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The dayside of this scorching world is so hot that it splits hydrogen molecules in twain. But don’t worry, they can recombine after migrating to the planet’s cooler nightside.

Source: The hottest known exoplanet is melting molecules in its atmosphere | Astronomy.com

Black Hole Image Revealed for First Time Ever – The New York Times

Astronomers at last have captured a picture of the darkest entities in the cosmos.

What Would Happen If the Earth Turned Into Blueberries? Thanks to a New Paper, Now We Know – The Chronicle of Higher Education

For one, our planet would immediately shrink in both mass and radius. Gravity would weaken. Oh, and there’s the blueberry geysers.

Source: What Would Happen If the Earth Turned Into Blueberries? Thanks to a New Paper, Now We Know – The Chronicle of Higher Education