As our world covers the corona, a wonderful iron rain falls on a distant planet

This illustration shows a night-side view of the exoplanet WASP-76b
Credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser

When the planet was covered by the corona virus, an extraterrestrial planet called Exoplanets (WASP-76b) was covered by iron rain.

Exoplanet refers to the planets outside our solar system.

The asteroid WASP-76b is located 640 light-years from Earth. It is twice as large as Jupiter. The temperature is unimaginably high. That is, 4,350 degrees Fahrenheit.

This high temperature is much higher than the heating number of iron. Therefore, those ions that reach this planet are immediately vaporized by that heat. The iron then becomes extremely small vapor particles that fall like rain.

How did the earth know this? With the help of ESPRESSO, a very powerful telescope built for the observation of exoplanets.

The wonder of the universe does not end!

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