The surface of the planet Kelt-9b reaches a temperature of 4,327 degrees Celsius, and has illuminated the “tail” as the comet due to strong ultraviolet radiation.
Kelt-9b is more than 1,100 Fahrenheit warmer than the previous plan, which is considered to be the hottest.
The huge gas giant is 650 light years away and lies in the constellation Cygnus and warmer than most stars.
Bizarre discovery “burned” the world can help astronomers in treženjem extraterrestrial life.
Professor Scott Gaudi, at the University of Ohio, said that the astronomical community clearly aimed at finding small Earth-like planets around cooler stars like our sun.
“On the other hand, since the star-host Celts-9b bigger and hotter than the Sun, it complements these efforts and provides some type of trial stone for understanding how planetary systems form around the hot, massive star.”
KELT-9b is almost three times larger than Jupiter and the star around which turns double the size of the sun.
The team hopes that by using telescopes Kelt-9b able to estimate how many hellish planets to survive. Earlier, the hottest known planet biola VASP-33b, located 380 light-years away in the constellation Andromeda, who reached 3,200 Fahrenheit.