The Diamond Planet is estimated to be worth 26.9 Nonillion Dollar (26.9 plus 30 zeros) which makes the Diamond Planet worth 384 quadrillion times as much as planet Earth’s GDP ($70 trillion), according to Forbes.
This latest study builds on previous investigations into planets that may be full of diamonds. NASA have a close look towards it, an exoplanet that earned the nickname “diamond planet” due to research that suggests it has a carbon-rich composition.
Even if we could reach these diamond exoplanets, they wouldn’t be appealing places to visit. “While Earth is geologically active (an indicator of habitability) the results of this study show that carbon-rich planets are too hard to be geologically active and this lack of geologic activity may make atmospheric composition uninhabitable said by ASU.