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A YEAR ON THIS EXOPLANET ONLY TAKES 18 HOURS


(CNN) - Every 18 hours, a newly discovered exoplanet found 2,000 light-years away from Earth completes an orbit around its star -- and potentially takes another step closer to being ripped apart.

The exoplanet, known as NGTS-10b, is considered to be a "hot Jupiter" -- a type of gas giant exoplanet that is 20% bigger than Jupiter and twice its mass. (An exoplanet is any planet found orbiting a star outside of our solar system.)


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