The Planet Mustafar
You might remember the planet Mustafar from the Star Wars universe. However, if you do not recall the name, it was the hot volcano planet where Obi-Wan Kenobi defeated Anakin Skywalker in Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. This planet is also capable of existing in real life. In fact, just like with Hoth, we’ve found many planets that are capable of being similar to Mustafar. In our own solar system, Mercury and Venus operate a bit like it.
They both have many volcanoes and an extremely hot surface hundreds to thousands of degrees. In the canon of the Star Wars universe, they claim Mustafar sits in the Outer Rim, in an erratic orbit between two gas giant planets. This would be a difficult thing to prove as we do not really see this in the universe with normal size planets. Mustafar is volcanic and fiery and would need to be close to its star or have a lot of things going on in its atmosphere. Though its erratic orbit could explain why it remains volcanic and fiery. The gas planet that sits in front of it would not block as much out from it all the time.