NASA released a collection of "terrifying" exoplanets like hot Jupiter HD 189733b where 'rains of terror' storms occur.
Astronomers have found a population of unique planetary systems consisting of isolated worlds. These molten worlds, known as "hot Earths," are located too far away from its other siblings or are uniquely the only planets in their own systems.
HAT-P-65b and HAT-P-66b are just additional "inflated" giant gas planets detected.
Studying Jupiter-like exoplanets outside the Solar System is considered valuable since whatever data will be gathered from other exoplanets can also be related to the Solar System.
Scientists marvel at the fact that three hot Jupiters were found on the Messier 67 cluster. According to the study, hot Jupiters weren't detected before and now they discovered them in unusually large numbers.
Hot Jupiters are being scrutinized by scientist because they found water vapor from the clouds and haze formations from some of the discovered exoplanets. Scientists believe that there could be atmospheric water hidden beneath the clouds.