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Exoplanets news thread

21 Apr 2018 08:16

who's excited for the upcoming James Webb Telescope?
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05 Sep 2018 15:16

There's a very nice visualization tool depicting potential exoplanets candidates here:
http://www.asterank.com/exoplanets
Overall, the main website itself has nice visual features regarding asteroids and dark matter.
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Exoplanets news thread

05 Sep 2018 19:15

That's the coolest visualization I've seen in years!
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Exoplanets news thread

26 Sep 2018 20:14

*thread bump*
https://www.universetoday.com/140045/as ... dicted-it/

According to Tennessee University senior research scientist Gregory Henry, "Star Trek fans may know the star HD 26965 by its alternative moniker, 40 Eridani A. Vulcan was connected to 40 Eridani A in the publications 'Star Trek 2' by James Blish and 'Star Trek Maps' by Jeff Maynard."
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Exoplanets news thread

26 Sep 2018 22:14

NotADalek wrote:
Source of the post *thread bump*
https://www.universetoday.com/140045/as ... dicted-it/

According to Tennessee University senior research scientist Gregory Henry, "Star Trek fans may know the star HD 26965 by its alternative moniker, 40 Eridani A. Vulcan was connected to 40 Eridani A in the publications 'Star Trek 2' by James Blish and 'Star Trek Maps' by Jeff Maynard."

That's an 'old' news! ;)
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Source of the post Spock’s World Found! Astronomers Discover Actual Planet Vulcan

https://trekmovie.com/2018/09/19/spocks ... et-vulcan/

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