Wow! An Exoplanet, Called NGTS-10b, Which’s ~20% Bigger Than Jupiter And Twice Its Mass Has Been Found To Yearly Revolve Around Its Sun Every 18 Hours Due To Its Closeness To The Sun (~27X Closer Than Mercury Is To Our Sun). Also, One Side Of The Planet Perpetually Faces Its Sun And Reaches About 1,832F On The Surface.
A year on this exoplanet only takes 18 hours. And it might be doomed – CNN
Every 18 hours, a newly discovered exoplanet found 2,000 light-years away from Earth completes an orbit around its star — and potentially takes another step closer to being ripped apart.