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NASA : Rains of Terror on Exoplanet HD 189733b .- Las lluvias de terror en Exoplanet HD 189733b

http://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/rains-of-terror-on-exoplanet-hd-189733b
https://nasasearch.nasa.gov/search?query=+Exoplanet+HD+189733b+&affiliate=nasa&utf8=%E2%9C%93

Artist concept of exoplanet HD 189733b
This Halloween, take a tour with NASA's Exoplanet Exploration site of some of the most terrifying and mind-blowing destinations in our galaxy. In this image, the nightmare world of HD 189733 b is the killer you never see coming. To the human eye, this far-off planet looks bright blue. But any space traveler confusing it with the friendly skies of Earth would be badly mistaken. The weather on this world is deadly. Its winds blow up to 5,400 mph (2 km/s) at seven times the speed of sound, whipping all would-be travelers in a sickening spiral around the planet. And getting caught in the rain on this planet is more than an inconvenience; it’s death by a thousand cuts. This scorching alien world possibly rains glass—sideways—in its howling winds. The cobalt blue color comes not from the reflection of a tropical ocean, as on Earth, but rather a hazy, blow-torched atmosphere containing high clouds laced with silicate particles. 
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Image Credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser
Last Updated: Oct. 31, 2016
Editor: Sarah Loff
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