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Destroyer123Date: Sunday, 04.11.2012, 20:22 | Message # 1
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Hello i recently saw topic with strangest planet with and i though it was cool however planets with life is quite rare and strange are even more rare but strange stars or moons planets are very cool to watch so i made this so you can post all extreme and weird stuff remeber by very extreme i mean its quite weird not a cool terra with a very rare orbit but more of a desert with extreme atmo preasure moon that is extreme far away or close planets with close or long orbits and big planets or small planets many moons or few planets around stars all this you can post here so pepole can find this stuff more easily but they are indead very extreme think of this like another version of the biggest thread on space journeys and on the forum you know what i mean the mighy IMAGE DUMP. So have fun biggrin




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Edited by Destroyer123 - Sunday, 04.11.2012, 20:24
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 05.11.2012, 00:36 | Message # 2
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Destroyer123, please try to use punctuation in the future. It is extremely difficult to read a continuous sentence that goes on for seven lines. Also, a thread where things like this are posted already exists (it wasn't created for that purpose, but it has been appropriated for such) here: http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/10-474-1




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smjjamesDate: Thursday, 08.11.2012, 16:51 | Message # 3
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Destroyer123, please try to use punctuation in the future. It is extremely difficult to read a continuous sentence that goes on for seven lines. Also, a thread where things like this are posted already exists (it wasn't created for that purpose, but it has been appropriated for such) here: http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/10-474-1


We could still post stuff in here that's wierd or unusual, but not neccesarily anomalous, but if you want to merge the two threads, okay.

I noticed this at first because of its extremely fast rotation for it's age (8h 27m, geez! If it were a couple hundred million years old, this would be normal, but at 3 billion years? Even the Earth had slowed down by then, and this has 4 massive moons) and then noticed that it was also a high gravity world.


There is another planet with life on it in the same system, but it's tidally locked.

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Destroyer123Date: Thursday, 08.11.2012, 17:05 | Message # 4
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smjjames, Yeah its really weird to have such a long rotation. It probably got hit by something big and it speeded up its rotation




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smjjamesDate: Thursday, 08.11.2012, 17:27 | Message # 5
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smjjames, Yeah its really weird to have such a long rotation. It probably got hit by something big and it speeded up its rotation


You mean short rotation, and I suspect that something big enough to speed up it's rotation would also sterilize the planet. This planet could be evolving life for the second time.





 
Destroyer123Date: Thursday, 08.11.2012, 19:07 | Message # 6
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smjjames, yes but it could have been gravitation interactions to that slowed it down maybe its mons




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