Daybreak South | Jul 12, 2013 | 6:10

It's hot, rains glass and it's a blue planet

HD 189733b is a rather hostile place. But the excitement in the astronomy community surrounds the colour of this planet.Jim Failes is Daybreak's resident astronomer.

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