Video: Storms that go on for 400 years. Falling molten glass rain. Temperatures jumping from 500C to 1200C in just six hours. The weather in our universe is wild. So the next time it's a little muggy outside or a bit of rain has ruined your commute, remember that Earth has it easy. Life Noggin details the extreme weather of other planets, and everywhere else in the universe sounds totally gnarly.
How Extreme Is The Weather On Other Planets In The Universe?
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