A Planet Made Out of Diamonds!

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Scientists at Yale University suggest that a rocky planet called 55 Cancri e. Which has a radius twice Earths, and a mass eight times greater. May have a surface made up of graphite and diamond. It’s still 40 light-years away but visible to the naked eye in the constellation of Cancer.

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