Monday, May 25, 2015

Hot Jupiters, Stellar Metamorphosis

According to the theory of stellar metamorphosis a "Hot Jupiter" is an intermediate aged star which is having it's outer envelops burned away by orbiting a much hotter, younger star very closely.

Over time, if the position is held, the "hot Jupiter" will expose its inner structure, the new Earth.

There are billions of them, many millions alone in our galaxy. Here is a little picture of 63 orbiting really close to their host stars.

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