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The Most Extreme Planets Discovered So Far! (4K UHD)

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The Most Extreme Planets Discovered So Far! (4K UHD)

Beyond our solar system are mysterious worlds and they come in strange varieties! Some are burning hell planets, while others are frigid snow worlds. With so many possibilities, let's take a look at some of the more extreme Exoplanets that have been discovered so far!

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Here are seven most extreme planets
The hottest
The star HD 195689 – also known as KELT-9 – is 2.5 times more massive than the sun and has a surface temperature of almost 10,000°C. Its planet, KELT-9b, is much closer to its host star than Mercury is to the sun.
The coldest
At a temperature of just 50 degrees above absolute zero – -223°C – OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb snatches the title of the coldest planet. At about 5.5 times the Earth’s mass it is likely to be a rocky planet too. Though not too distant from its host star at an orbit that would put it somewhere between Mars and Jupiter in our solar system, its host star is a low mass, cool star known as a red dwarf.
The biggest
Planet DENIS-P J082303.1-491201 b with the equally unpronounceable alias 2MASS J08230313-4912012 b has 28.5 times the mass of Jupiter – making it the most massive planet listed in NASA’s exoplanet archive.
The smallest planet
Kepler-37b is the smallest exoplanet yet discovered.
The oldest planet
PSR B1620-26 b, at 12.7 billion years, is the oldest known planet. A gas giant 2.5 times the mass of Jupiter it has been seemingly around forever. Our universe at 13.8 billion years is only a billion years older.
The youngest planet
The planetary system V830 Tauri is only 2m years old.
The worst weather
The worst weather title goes to Venus not Jupiter
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The hottest planet: HD 195689 – also known as KELT-9
The coldest planet: OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb
The biggest planet: DENIS-P J082303.1-491201 b
The smallest planet: Kepler-37b
The oldest planet: PSR B1620-26 b
The youngest planet: V830 Tauri
The worst weather planet: Venus

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WIKIPEDIA about exoplanets:
An exoplanet or extrasolar planet is a planet outside the Solar System. The first evidence of an exoplanet was noted in 1917, but was not recognized as such. The first scientific detection of an exoplanet was in 1988; it was confirmed to be an exoplanet in 2012. The first confirmed detection occurred in 1992. As of 1 February 2019, there are 3,976 confirmed planets in 2,971 systems, with 653 systems having more than one planet.

There are many methods of detecting exoplanets. Transit photometry and Doppler spectroscopy have found the most. In several cases, multiple planets have been observed around a star. About 1 in 5 Sun-like stars[a] have an Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone. Assuming there are 200 billion stars in the Milky Way,[d] it can be hypothesized that there are 11 billion potentially habitable Earth-sized planets in the Milky Way, rising to 40 billion if planets orbiting the numerous red dwarfs are included.

The least massive planet known is Draugr (also known as PSR B1257+12 A or PSR B1257+12 b), which is about twice the mass of the Moon. The most massive planet listed on the NASA Exoplanet Archive is HR 2562 b, about 30 times the mass of Jupiter, although according to some definitions of a planet, it is too massive to be a planet and may be a brown dwarf instead.
There are planets that are so near to their star that they take only a few hours to orbit and there are others so far away that they take thousands of years to orbit. Some are so far out that it is difficult to tell whether they are gravitationally bound to the star. Almost all of the planets detected so far are within the Milky Way. Nonetheless, evidence suggests that extragalactic planets, exoplanets farther away in galaxies beyond the local Milky Way galaxy, may exist. The nearest exoplanet is Proxima Centauri b, located 4.2 light-years (1.3 parsecs) from Earth and orbiting Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the Sun.

The discovery of exoplanets has intensified interest in the search for extraterrestrial life. There is special interest in planets that orbit in a star's habitable zone, where it is possible for liquid water, a prerequisite for life on Earth, to exist on the surface. The study of planetary habitability also considers a wide range of other factors in determining the suitability of a planet for hosting life.

Besides exoplanets, there are also rogue planets, which do not orbit any star. These tend to be considered separately, especially if they are gas giants, in which case they are often counted as sub-brown dwarfs, like WISE 0855−0714.[17] The rogue planets in the Milky Way possibly number in the billions (or more).

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Most Extreme Weather On Other Planets

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If you believe Earth has some bad weather, you might want to think again. Earth’s worst storms are nothing compared to the sulfuric acid rain on Venus, towering dust devils on Mars, or supersonic winds on Neptune. We actually have it pretty cushy here on Earth. The following is a transcript of the video.

Sulfuric acid raining from the sky. Epic dust storms raging for months on end. And giant hurricanes that could swallow Earth whole. If you think Earth has some bad weather, think again.

Now Mercury has little to no atmosphere, and therefore, no real weather to speak of. But you would feel the full brunt from the most powerful storms in our solar system called coronal mass ejections. These explosive storms form on the Sun and bathe Mercury’s surface in high-energy radiation. So if the lack of oxygen and extreme temperatures don't kill you, the radiation certainly will.

This isn’t as much of a problem on Venus, however. After all, the entire planet is covered with clouds. Bad news is, they’re toxic. These clouds rain sulfuric acid that’s so corrosive it would eat through your skin on contact.

On Mars the surface is rocky and desert-like. So wind can stir up loose soil, creating giant dust devils twice the height of Mt. Everest. But that’s nothing compared to the dust storms that sometimes engulf the entire planet for months at a time.

And the weather on Jupiter isn’t any better. Of course, there’s the Great Red Spot. A hurricane-like storm that’s been raging for at least 300 years. But there’s another storm on Jupiter that’s equally powerful. With wind speeds twice as fast as a Category 5 hurricane. Its name is Oval BA. But is commonly called the Little Red Spot. Despite being about the size of Earth. And it’s been growing in size since astronomers discovered it in 2000.

Next door, is a weather phenomenon that’s even larger: Saturn’s north pole harbors a giant jetstream called “The Hexagon.” Each of its six distinct sides are larger than Earth itself! And at its center is a massive, rotating cloud system. That’s 50 times larger than the average eye of a hurricane on Earth.

Moving right along. Next up: Uranus. If you look at its tilt, you’ll notice that Uranus spins on its side! Which makes its seasons more extreme than anywhere else in the solar system. For example, winter time has no sunlight. And because Uranus is so far from the sun, winter lasts the equivalent of 21 Earth years. That’s 21 years with temperatures that can reach as low as -216 degrees Celsius.

Last but not least is Neptune. You’ll want to pack a windbreaker for this visit. Nicknamed “the windiest planet,” Neptune’s strongest winds can exceed 1,930 kilometers per hour. That’s one and a half times the speed of sound on Earth. And fast enough to fly from NY to LA in just 2.3 hours.

So maybe the acid rain, towering dust devils, and super-fast winds make our planet’s weather look a little nicer- not too hot, not too cold, not too windy. Just right.

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Known as “Great White Spots,” these giant storms resemble the same thunderstorms we experience on Earth, except they’re much larger and stretch across the entire planet, alternating between the equator and mid-latitudes. Since being discovered in 1876, Great White Spots have occurred six times on Saturn, happening every 20 to 30 years.

7. Raining Diamonds
A rainshower of diamonds - I bet a lot of people wish they could get their hands on that!! Except, it happens on Uranus and Neptune and these two planets are billions of miles away. The chance that their gems will be harvested, at least during our lifetime, is slim to none. It’s still pretty neat, though, right?

6. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot
There’s a mega storm raging on Jupiter. It’s been continuously observed since 1830, but similarly reported sightings from as long as 350 to 400 years ago are believed by some researchers to be of the same storm. On the other hand, some scholars believe that the storm observed during the 1600s and 1700s was a different one than the one occurring today. Will we ever know for sure? Probably not. Regardless, a storm that has likely been going on for 400 years is quite impressive!!

5. Greenhouse Effect from Hell
It’s no secret that Venus is the solar system’s hottest planet, with an average temperature of 735 Kelvin, or 462 degrees Celsius. With a surface hot enough to melt lead and an atmospheric pressure 92 times greater than that of Earth, it also sounds like the solar system’s most uncomfortable planet.

4. Explosions in the Sky
Speaking of Venus, it has a lot more going on!! Despite being nearly the same distance from the sun as Earth, Venus is 100 times hotter and its days are 200 times longer than ours. Its atmospheric pressure is similar to that of diving 3,000 feet beneath our ocean’s surface. Venus also lacks a magnetic field, unlike Earth, and this at least partially affects the sun’s impact on the planet.

3. Supersonic Methane Winds
On Neptune, it doesn’t just rain diamonds. Winds on the “blue planet” travel faster than the speed of sound. Neptune is the furthest planet from the sun - unless you cling steadfastly to the outdated belief that Pluto is a planet, of course - and has the strongest winds in the entire solar system.

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