Planet WASP-12b (Discovered By The SuperWASP Planetary Transit Survey)

Today, we have to talk about the planet WASP-12b. WASP-12b is termed a supervisor planet, which orbits the star WASP-12. Due to this planet its nearest star, it has the lowest density for exoplanets. So let's get some information about WASP-12b.

WASP-12b was discovered by the SuperWASP planetary transit survey. The discovery of this planet was announced on April 1, 2008. WASP-12b takes a little longer than one day in its orbit. The distance from this planet is only 1/44 of the distance from the Sun, which is eccentricity like a Jupiter's. In December 2013, scientists working with the Hubble Space Telescope discovered water in the atmosphere of the Explonet. This planet reflects at least 94% of light shines on its surface, instead of reflecting it. As a result, the exposition is described as "black as asphalt" and "pitch black". WASP-12b is 870.8 light years away from Earth. The temperature of WASP-12b is 2525 K.

It is believed that very strong wind blows around the atmosphere of this planet. On May 20, 2010, the Hubble Space Telescope saw being "consumed" by the star on this planet. Nasa estimate that this planet has left 10 million years of its life The Hubble Space Telescope saw this planet using its Cosmic Origins Spectrograph. The atmosphere of WASP-12b is almost three times the radius of the guru, while the planet itself is 40% more than the Jupiter Hold ups. WASP-12b has a carbon-to-oxygen ratio, which is significantly higher than the sun, which suggests it is a carbon rich gas giant.

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