A Wandering Starless Planet Might Be a Place of Molten Metal Clouds

A starless planet was discovered two years ago and is located about 80 light-years away from our planet. Scientists speculate that the lonely planet PSO J318.5-22 might have a very unusual climate pattern with a lot of storms of molten metal. A reason for this lies in a fact that the surface of the lost planet has a temperature of 1.100 Kelvin or 1,520.33 degrees Fahrenheit.

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