Meet the Oldest Planet Methuselah (aka Genesis planet) Blog Post

Did you know there is a planet 13 billion years old? That is only 1 year younger than the earth. It will take 12,400 light years to travel there. It's amazing this planet was confirmed only 14 years ago. This planet is called Methuselah. It is 350 degrees Fahrenheit, making it the 3rd hottest in the solar system. Also, it is 2.5 times larger than Jupiter. Lastly it is also known as the Genesis Planet because it's the oldest yet discovered. NASA is still investigating to find any evidence of life.

Methuselah seems to be associated with anything old. For instance the oldest man in the bible is named Methuselah. He lived to be 969 years old. The oldest tree in the world is over 5,000 years old which is also named Methuselah.

Check out my presentation on Methuselah.

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