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Alien Star Destroying Planet
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Alien Star Destroying Planet
A Mercury-sized planet, about 1500 light years away seems to be smoldering to ash from the heat of its nearby hot orange star. Researchers at MIT and NASA found a long tail of debris, similar to a comet, revolving in sync with the planet's orbit.


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Posted by Tibor on August 30, 2012
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