We grumble about the distress of existence here on Planet Earth.
But be thankful you’re not planning to move to a world known as WASP-18b that has states that it made Nasa scientists question whether they had inadvertently overegged its grimness.
Stargazers stated the hellish planet is ‘wrapped in a smothering stratosphere filled with carbon of water’, which could make it totally impossible for life to survive.
In addition, it orbits close to its star, which means that it’s amazingly sexy and bombarded with radiation, and also is so unpleasant that no additional exoplanet (the title for a planet outside our solar system) like it has ever been seen before.
‘The article of WASP-18b defies all expectations,” explained Kyle Sheppard of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.
‘where carbon monoxide dominates the air, We don’t know of some extrasolar planet.’
The planet is particularly unusual as it contains no water and loads of poisonous carbon monoxide.
It’s 10 times larger than Jupiter and that is a hell universe that’s nastier than anywhere else you think about.
Fortunately, we will not be seeing.
This means it might take to travel there with current rocket technology — and just as long to deliver a postcard back to Earth.
Because we don’t really want to visit with WASP-18b anyway, that is just as good.