The minute you think you know how things are out in space, space proves you wrong. Take WASP-12b, for instance. It's massive, hot, and super close to its home star. With all that, you'd think it would be extra bright. But it's not. It's actually pitch-black. How's that possible?
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Written by Ashley Hamer October 16, 2017
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