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GJ 1132B Earth-Like Exoplanet


Researchers have just announced that they have discovered a new Earth-like exoplanet, called GJ 1132B, with an atmosphere, and a small, rocky composition like our own. This planet closely orbits a dim red dwarf star, which means that its atmosphere is probably more similar to Venus than Earth, with the average temperature hitting 700° degrees Fahrenheit. They suspect it's also tidally locked, or that gravity causes one side to constantly face its star, while the other is in a state of permanent night. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one exploring the myth that a drop of water on an anvil will make it explode.

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This entry was posted on 04/10 8:00pm and is filed under NASA, Picdump, Science, Space .
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