Astronomers discover 'sunscreen' snow on distant exoplanet 1 234 567

Astronomers discover 'sunscreen' snow on distant exoplanet

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More than 1,700 light-years from Earth lies a sizzling hot planet orbiting another star. While temperatures can soar to 2,700 C, the planet also produces some unique precipitation in the form of "sunscreen" snow.

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