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26 Feb 2018 06:29

Plazasta wrote:
Source of the post If my calculations are correct, this means that this planet's year contains 1.46 million days!

That would be one heck of a calendar to print every year! :o
 
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22 Mar 2018 12:55

This is...an interesting star system I found. It's a real one too. What is going on here?

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Plazasta
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22 Mar 2018 14:19

my god that system diameter is huge!
 
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Starlight Glimmer
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26 Mar 2018 03:43

Is this a bug or something?
 
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Plazasta
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26 Mar 2018 06:57

Since it's catalogued, I don't think so. It's just crazy like that.
 
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Starlight Glimmer
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26 Mar 2018 14:06

Seems a little unrealistic, though. Right?
 
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27 Mar 2018 03:14

Starlight Glimmer wrote:
Source of the post Seems a little unrealistic, though. Right?

In fact, the system diameter is probably higher.
The measured angular distance from σ Orionis E to σ Orionis A is 41", that is about 15000 Au. Since the star does not have to be at the furthest point of its orbit, the actual orbit can be larger.
Sigma Orionis
 
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27 Mar 2018 16:10

Uh i cannot see some of the images. Is it just because I'm on a school laptop or what?
 
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Lord Gumby
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01 Apr 2018 13:08

Possibly the smallest galaxy RG 0-9-31161450-910
E1 galaxy with a diameter of 435 light years.
My brain hurts...
 
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Lord Gumby
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01 Apr 2018 13:26

I take that back... RG 0-9-104108519-284
E2 galaxy with a diameter of 372 light years.
My brain hurts...
 
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08 Apr 2018 00:43

[quote="Gnargenox"]The dimmest, most difficult to see rings around a planet I've ever barely been able to see. I mean I could NOT find any angle with any background that showed them better than this!
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i found a planet with rings so hard to see that i found them because of the shadow they casted on the planet
 
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08 Apr 2018 03:47

Excellent observation skills!
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13 Apr 2018 05:55

KOI-3891.01; the largest AND most massive "planet" I've ever found.

Radius: 1.24 AU (29144 times Earth's radius)
Mass: 1.4197 million SOLAR masses
 
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13 Apr 2018 10:14

About KOI-3891.01, are the textures for it messed up for you too?
 
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13 Apr 2018 12:13

AlexanderVB wrote:
Source of the post KOI-3891.01; the largest AND most massive "planet" I've ever found.

Radius: 1.24 AU (29144 times Earth's radius)
Mass: 1.4197 million SOLAR masses

I think it's an error in the catalog.

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