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12 Apr 2017 08:07

For further discussion on the topic of life in the universe lets move this discussion to here

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15 Apr 2017 07:53

Brown Dwarf with exotic life
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18 Apr 2017 15:05

I found a Saturn-sized moon in the HIP 1 system. I believe it's the largest moon I found so far.
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19 Apr 2017 08:04

You can find moons much more massive than that, here's one i found with almost 5 Jupiter masses and a little over 12 times the diameter of Earth :)
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19 Apr 2017 10:01

SamHalls2017 wrote:
I found a Saturn-sized moon in the HIP 1 system. I believe it's the largest moon I found so far.

Why I don't have HIP 1 O_O
 
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19 Apr 2017 10:24

Roswell wrote:
Source of the post Why I don't have HIP 1

Try it with 'HD 224700'. This is another name for 'HIP 1'.
For some reason, 'HIP 1' does not appear in the object finder.
 
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19 Apr 2017 11:42

Gnargenox wrote:
Brown Dwarf with exotic life
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There are some real brown dwarfs (and nearby!) that have surface temps close to room temp- so imagine actually having life exist on a star (or a semi-star.)
 
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20 Apr 2017 14:49

Wut ! The planet of "HIP 1" from SamHalls are brown and mine are in enother color lol
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20 Apr 2017 16:34

Well... WISE 0855-0714, discovered in 2013, appears to have water clouds. Harlow Shapely proposed such an idea back in 1962. A few obstacles are gravity might be 100 times that of Earth, the relative lack of heavy elements such as potassium, calcium, and iron, which are necessary for living processes with which we are familiar, and organisms would need to evolve to be able to exploit the deep infrared radiation given off by such an object, both for photosynthesis and perception, the latter through eyes equipped for infrared vision or thermal sensors like those of snakes. ooooooo :shock:
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23 Apr 2017 05:38

I wonder if all these strange objects are in SE.  Some are rogue planets, some are brown dwarfs some are in between.  The first one, like the WISE object you mentioned, has water in its atmosphere (and also methane.)


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFBDSIR_2149-0403

Atmosphere[edit]
File:Artist's impression of the free-floating planet CFBDSIR J214947.2-040308.9.ogv
This video shows an artist's impression of the free-floating planet CFBDSIR J214947.2-040308.9.
Spectroscopy observations have found absorption by gaseous methane and water.[1]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GU_Piscium_b

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSO_J318.5-22

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GU_Piscium_b

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WD_0806-661

Component B was discovered in 2011 with Spitzer Space Telescope. Its discovery paper is Luhman et al., 2011. At the time of its discovery, WD 0806-661 B was the coldest "star" that has ever been found, with a temperature of only 27–80 °C, which is similar to some hot areas of Earth.[9]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HD_106906_b

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DT_Virginis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QS_Virginis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NN_Serpentis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-16
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GU_Psc_b

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CM_Draconis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_e ... ar_planets
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_e ... cteristics

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_e ... t_extremes

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luhman_16

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_n ... own_dwarfs

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WISE_0855%E2%88%920714

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Its luminosity in different bands of the thermal infrared in combination with its absolute magnitude—because of its known distance—was used to place it in context of different models; the best characterization of its brightness was in the W2 band of 4.6 µm at an apparent magnitude of 13.89±0.05, though it was brighter into the deeper infrared.[3] Infrared images taken with the Magellan Baade telescope suggest evidence of water clouds.[4]

Model-derived understanding[edit]
Based on models of brown dwarfs WISE 0855−0714's is estimated to have a mass of 3 to 10 MJup.[1] This mass is in the range of a sub-brown dwarf or other planetary-mass object.

As of 2003, the International Astronomical Union considers an object with a mass above 13 MJup to be capable of fusing deuterium and to be designated a brown dwarf. A lighter object and one orbiting another object is considered a planet.[5] So far this WISE object is alone, though it could be a rogue planet, something first identified in 2004 in the case of Cha 110913-773444.[6]

Combining its luminosity, distance, and mass it is estimated to be the coldest known brown dwarf, with a modeled effective temperature of 225 to 260 K (−48 to −13 °C; −55 to 8 °F), depending on the model.[1]
 
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23 Apr 2017 12:41

Xoran wrote:
You can find moons much more massive than that, here's one i found with almost 5 Jupiter masses and a little over 12 times the diameter of Earth :)
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Thanks. That moon is nearly 10% larger than Jupiter.
 
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24 Apr 2017 04:15

Please tel me, how to find "RS" objects?
 
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24 Apr 2017 04:58

Star Browser > Filter Settings, choose whatever you want > Ok
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24 Apr 2017 09:39

But i mean definite objects for example RS 5318-4-7-897554-4393
 
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24 Apr 2017 10:10

Oh, for that you can simply write the name exactly as it is , or copy-paste, in the Find Object window (F3).
If SpaceEngine says it can't be found, it means that you have a different version of SpaceEngine or most likely whoever published that name has some addon/mod which changed the ID numbers of procedural objects, like galaxy addons and such.
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