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Challenge: Planet with life under highest atmo pressure
Gondor2222Date: Friday, 01.02.2013, 04:00 | Message # 16
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^This planet cannot have liquid water. At this temperature and pressure water is in the ice VI state
 
WatsisnameDate: Friday, 01.02.2013, 06:09 | Message # 17
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Yep; too cold and too high-pressure for liquid water. What would we call such a planet by the way? wacko




 
Gondor2222Date: Friday, 01.02.2013, 06:12 | Message # 18
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Yep; too cold and too high-pressure for liquid water. What would we call such a planet by the way?

It depends on the composition of the planet. It could be mostly carbon or have significant silicon deposits etc. etc.
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 01.02.2013, 06:57 | Message # 19
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It depends on the composition of the planet. It could be mostly carbon or have significant silicon deposits etc. etc.

It does not depend on the composition of the planet, since in SE planets are presently categorized based on their surface environments. The closest current SE category would be desert. A case could also be made for calling it a terra.





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KitokoDate: Monday, 20.04.2015, 19:16 | Message # 20
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I think I found one that breaks all the rules, and the record by a long-shot.

323,000 atmospheres of pressure, and for some reason, it sustains aerial multicelluar life. I apologize if this is beating an old horse, but this was simply extraordinary, I had to share this.

RS 8409-3584-9-9930-1269 BA3

It's somewhere in the middle of our galaxy and has a layered binary system. (A binary star paired and orbiting with another star)


Edited by Kitoko - Monday, 20.04.2015, 19:19
 
parameciumkidDate: Wednesday, 22.04.2015, 06:35 | Message # 21
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Does that count though? Are we looking for planets with solid crusts or are giants officially on the menu?




Intel HD Graphics 4000 ;P
 
BlueDracheDate: Wednesday, 22.04.2015, 11:41 | Message # 22
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Does that count though? Are we looking for planets with solid crusts or are giants officially on the menu?

That was my question, but I was hesitant to ask.
 
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