Meet The Oldest Planet PSR B1620-26


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Introducing Methuselah, the oldest blue planet discovered by Donald Backer in 1993. Ten years later, NASA confirmed it as a planet in 2003. It is about 13 billion years old and 12,400 light years away from Earth. NASA scientists are still researching to see if life exists. As of 2017, nothing has been found.
Methuselah is approximately 2.5 times larger than Jupiter. More than 800 Earths can fit inside this planet. Methuselah is the largest planet known in our universe.
Methuselah is hotter than Mars. Methuselah is the 3rd hottest planet in the universe that has been discovered by space technology. Also Methuselah is exactly 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
The planet Methuselah is 13 billion years old. It is older than our entire galaxy including the Sun. Methuselah is only 1 billion years younger than the universe.
Fun Facts
Methuselah, oldest man in the bible lived to be 969 years old
Methuselah, oldest tree in the world is 5,000 years old
Nickname for Methuselah is the Genesis Planet

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Canaan Humphries


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