Dear Universe, I’ve come across a strange exoplanet in my beginning attempt to find life. Planet 189733b has been orbiting its host star, HD189733A, every 2.2 days. The onboard computers are registering a massive spike in atmospheric speed reaching near 300,000 mph. Not to mention, the host star is emitting large X-Ray flares capable of penetrating the planet’s atmosphere rather easily. This planet seems to be a highly irradiated gaseous giant with no chance of harboring any life. I guess the search continues.