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30 Jan 2017 01:31

Oh gods, not the Langoliers!  I'm late for a very important meeting!
 
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30 Jan 2017 10:22

RS 5536-939-7-1816615-102 A7 You know that titans typically have thin atmospheres, right? Well i found one with 41.4 atmospheric pressure. It is also really hot for a titan, with temperatures of -130 degrees Celcius, which is really hot for titans.
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02 Feb 2017 02:21

ALF1 Librae B has some very strange things going on
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02 Feb 2017 03:05

I see something in the noise.  It contains structure, intelligence. 
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02 Feb 2017 18:47

Danger in the darkness never frightened me, but for some reason the idea of landing on an Oceania and sinking 50km into the depths scares me to death!
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02 Feb 2017 22:01

Oooh, then I have a novel for you... :)

http://www.rifters.com/real/STARFISH.htm
 
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03 Feb 2017 09:22

I have found a line consisting of four galaxies, three of which was S0 galaxies and one was elliptical 
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I do not remember the names of the galaxies, although one of them was called NGC 383, i think. The view is from a galaxy close to the line.

EDIT: found RS 1228-489-7-1364843-977 10.3, a selena larger than Earth.
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06 Feb 2017 02:32

Check this out, While manually searching for interacting galaxies, I found this:
Four Galaxies in a three dimensional pyramid shape, one at each of the 4 corners. Whoa!
Take a look at it and spin around seeing just how close all the distances are.
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NGC 4007 (also said to be NGC 4005) in the constellation of Leo is highlighted.
Comparing this SE image to a real astronomical image, you can see the same 4 galaxies.

They are part of the [SPD2011] 56765 Cluster of Galaxies (including NGC 4015 & NGC 4022).
& [CHM2007] LDC 854 Group of Galaxies (includes NGC 4018, NGC 3983, NGC 4005, NGC 4015, NGC 3997, NGC 4022, NGC 3993, & NGC 3987).
& [CHM2007] HDC 685 Group of Galaxies (includes NGC 4018, NGC 4005, NGC 4015, NGC 3997, NGC 3987, NGC 4022, & NGC 3993).
Siblings to NGC 4007 (a.k.a. NGC 4005) include NGC 3983, NGC 3987, NGC 3993, NGC 3997, NGC 4015, NGC 4018, & NGC 4022.

I found this amazing online astronomical data center when trying to find an image of the galaxy.
It has EVERYTHING! The Aladin interactive sky atlas is downloadable to your desktop too, WOWSERS!
http://cds.u-strasbg.fr/ 
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12 Feb 2017 04:18

RIP Clouds :(

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Looks completely fine under the cloud layer (even the black is clouds)

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A chunk of this planet seemed to not want to load

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Then it just broke completely...

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13 Feb 2017 08:23

Vital, are you sure that should be posted here and not in the Troubleshooting and Solutions forum?
Gnargenox, cool!

Also: RS 3804-285-6-102974-468 3, a warm terra in a vampire system with life, consisting of a white dwarf and a F-class main sequence star
RSC 8414-50-0-0-119 4, a warm titan with a moon larger than itself.
RS 5649-1533-6-38476-738 4.2, a very nice, but lifeless, terra moon around a gas giant.
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13 Feb 2017 12:51

Xoran wrote:
Vital, are you sure that should be posted here and not in the Troubleshooting and Solutions forum?

Yea, I realized but can't delete :(
Still technically a strange sighting though :)
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13 Feb 2017 17:52

This asteroid has a tenuous H2 atmosphere and is over 3500K. 
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13 Feb 2017 20:36

How about that?  Poor little guy's getting vaporized.
 
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14 Feb 2017 03:35

I have never seen an asteroid with an atmosphere, well found :) But if the asteroid had a temperature of 3500 Kelvin, rock from the asteroid could vaporize, giving it an atmosphere of gaseous rock. Seriously, how an object 4.36 km in diameter and a mass of 971028000 tons (believe me, that is very very tiny on a planetary scale) has an atmosphere is seriously wierd :) Also, where the heck are the stars in the image? Did you turn the exposure down or what?
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14 Feb 2017 08:03

Take a look at this thing. I've been looking for terra moons of gas planets in the Triangulum galaxy and stumbled across this one.

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At the first glance it may look like the gas giant and it's moon system is rolling on the orbital plane much like Uranus, but the giant itself has a pretty normal axial tilt. It's the terra moon which is unusual. I have never seen anything like this before. It has an eccentric polar orbit!

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Edit: Check yourself, the giant undergoes retrograde motion when looked at from the terra moon's surface. It's the same effect Mercury experiences with the Sun.

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