10 Real Planets That Are Stranger Than Science Fiction

ABC Science/Gliese 436 b was sighted through the Kepler Space Telescope in August 2004.

Launched into low Earth orbit in April 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has shown us many astral wonders of the universe. Even 25 years later, the Hubble is still making discoveries, such as the presence of a saltwater ocean on Jupiter’s largest moon, Ganymede.

But it's not just Hubble that is revealing cosmological marvels. Since its launch in March 2009, the Kepler Space Telescope has found even more space oddities in our universe, proving that science fact can be stranger than science fiction.

Watch YouTube user thoughty2’s video on his list of the 10 strangest planets in space.




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