I'm gonna tell you TEN things that are amazing and/or spectacular in the known universe. To planets, galaxies, even GAS CLOUDS! Space is truly amazing... We all have our opinions, some may find this mind-blowing, some may not.
Number 5: Hypervelocity Stars
These type of stars are stars that are traveling trillions of miles per hour, never stopping! Wouldn't that be fun!
Number 4: 55 Cancri e
This planet known only as "The Diamond Planet" is as the name suggests is a planet full of diamonds! The surface temperature of this planet is around 4,900 degrees Fahrenheit (2,700 degrees Celsius). The orbital period is around EIGHT-TEEN HOURS! It is not sure if 55 Cancri e is actually a diamond planet full of diamonds since it was known to have a lot of carbon, but recent researches have said that it has more oxygen than carbon. Let's just hope it is ACTUALLY a Diamond Planet.. Even though it's too hot for us to even step foot on the planet.
Number 3: Gliese 436 b
Gliese 436 b is a planet that is around 439 degrees Celcius in temperature, but for some odd reason its water does not evaporate, BUT the molecules inside the planet pull together and make 'hot ice'.
Number 2: The LQG
A.K.A: The Large Quasar Group. This group of quasars is no joke, it's MASSIVE. Okay, so if galaxy (The Milky Way) is around one-hundred thousand light-years across and we multiply that by FORTY-THOUSAND, we get FOUR MILLION. That's right LQG is FOUR MILLION light years across. This group of quasars has seventy-four quasars. This is enormous enough to break the conventional laws for modern astronomy! It's crazy!!
Number 1: CFBDSIR2149
CFBDSIR2149 is a ROGUE PLANET that was separated by its own solar system and out of its own orbit, this planet wanders the galaxies unchecked and at hundreds of light-years per second. NOTE: this particular planet is just (estimated) 100 light years away from where we are now. It could get closer, it could get farther away! Scientists believe there are more planets just like this one out in the galaxy!
That was my list of amazing objects in space! Thanks for reading! :)