NASA discovers the most darkest planet ever- The TrES-2 b

With the increasing technology, we came to know that just a small part of the universe and it’s expanded beyond our reach which may be filled with many different solar systems, and civilizations.

After Nasa launched the Kepler Space telescope it has found many gas giants, planets like earth, dead stars, etc increasing the search of science and explaining the origin.

Today NASA Exoplanets on Twitter posted a tweet stating about the existence of a new exoplanet- The TrES-2 b. It is situated around 702 light-years away from the earth which is orbiting around a star.

It further stated that the exoplanet is less reflective than coal. It has also been called a world of eternal darkness as it’s the darkest planet ever discovered and it’s expected that the exoplanet’s atmosphere is much hotter than lava. Which can completely burn anything into ashes if found itself on it. Along with that NASA exoplanets wished everyone “Happy holidays from your exoplanet friends!”

They even provided a link where people can see the 3D orientation of the planet and its solar system and even compare it with our Earth, Jupiter and Solar System.

 




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