Hubble has detected glowing water molecules around a planet outside our solar system for the first time. And, this gives us the strongest evidence to date for a stratosphere on an exoplanet.
Study confirms Jupiter as the oldest planet in our Solar System. Looking at tungsten and molybdenum isotopes on iron meteorites, researchers found that meteorites are made up from two genetically distinct nebular reservoirs that coexisted but remained separated between 1 million and 3-4 million years after the explosion of a nearby star called a supernova 4600 million years ago that led to the formation of Solar System.
For the first time since 2005, the five brightest planets - Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Mars and Jupiter - will appear together in around an hour or so before sunrise, from about January 20 to February 20.
The Great Red Spot is a high pressure anti-cyclonic storm that's similar to Earth's hurricane. It was so enormous (25,500 miles wide) back in the late 1800s - the size big enough to fit three Earths within its boundaries.