Wednesday, 18 November 2015

First exoplanet weather map reveals 5,400 mph winds

Scientists from the University of Warwick have produced the first weather map of a planet outside our solar system. The planet in question – HD 189733b – is not likely to top the list of interstellar tourist destinations, with winds 20 times faster than any recorded on Earth raging across its surface.

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University of Warwick

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