A planet so hot that it has magma seas all more than, a planet so aloof that it downpours shakes, a planet so appalling in its temperament that even invented lowlifess like Thanos and Darkseid would avoid it. The K2-141b is an exoplanet 202 light-years from Earth that is fundamentally more terrible than how Hell is being portrayed to us by all the religions. An ongoing report uncovered that the planet’s seas and the environment are completely comprised of rocks of various types.
Dissimilar to Earth which has seas and ice icy masses, the K2-141b has 100km profound magma-filled seas and rock ice sheets. Researchers anticipate that it downpours rocks on the planet as it has a stone cycle which is totally different to Earth’s water cycle. This is on the grounds that the planet whose size is 1.5 occasions that of Earth circles excessively near its Sun. It finishes one unrest around its Sun in around seven hours and two-third of it is constantly presented to daylight since it’s gravitationally bolted which prompts temperatures taking off up to 3,000 degree celsius. The extraordinary temperature can soften shakes and even vapourise it.
“The examination is the first to make expectations about climate conditions on K2-141b that can be distinguished from several light-years away with cutting edge telescopes, for example, the James Webb Space Telescope,” said Giang Nguyen, the lead creator at York University who explored under the oversight of McGill University Professor Nicolas Cowan on the investigation.
The planet’s outrageous nature doesn’t stop there. Then again, 33% of the planet’s temperature falls as low as – 200 degree celsius and supersonic breezes blow at 5,000 kmph.
Despite the fact that the planet looks toward one can get from being friendly later on, researchers have a positive idea to share subsequent to contemplating the historical backdrop of planets like Earth. “All rough planets, including Earth, begun as liquid universes however then quickly cooled and cemented. Magma planets give us an uncommon look at this phase of planetary advancement,” says Professor Cowan of the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.
In 2021, the dispatch of the Webb Space Telescope will assist researchers with affirming if the information gathered is precise. The current information has been gathered from the Spitzer Space Telescope giving them an understanding into exoplanet’s temperatures on the two sides.