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NASA's Hubble Space Telescope discovered a strange, hottest-ever planet.

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Hubble Telescope, which NASA has been running for the last 30 years, is studying a unique class of ultra-hot exoplanets in our Milky Way galaxy. 

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NASA’s flying observatory has now found two Jupiter-sized planets that are so precariously close to their parent star and similar to Jupiter, 

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And are being roasted at intense temperatures above 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit.  

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Astronomers are detailing these two new mysterious hot exo-planets spotted by the Hubble Telescope.  

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Mysterious because on one of these planets named WASP-178b, it’s raining vaporized rock, while the other one has its upper atmosphere that is being sunburned by intense ultraviolet (UV) radiation. 

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It provides new insights into the diversity, complexity, and exotic chemistry in the far reaches of our galaxy. 

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