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Astronomers are making amazing exoplanetary discoveries, and some are truly bizarre. DNews breaks down these scary, alien worlds, here.

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"Astronomers exploring the disk of debris around the young star Beta Pictoris have discovered a compact cloud of carbon monoxide located about 8 billion miles (13 billion kilometers) from the star. This concentration of poisonous gas - usually destroyed by starlight - is being constantly replenished by ongoing rapid-fire collisions among a swarm of icy, comet-like bodies."

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