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Kepler-78 b's sun rise
IdgeliosDate: Friday, 13.02.2015, 16:42 | Message # 1
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I decided to explore the exoplanets spectulated to be lava worlds. While the nearest candidate,Alpha Centuari Bb is actually a scorched desert (even with days that probably would burn someone's eye sockets out) Kepler-79 b is indeed a lava planet.

After all, how can the world not be melting when it is this close to its mother star?



Here's what kepler-78 b looks like from space:



And as a challenge, can you tell in this picture where the sun ends and the land begins?



Edited by Idgelios - Friday, 13.02.2015, 16:52
 
TemperateTerraIsBestDate: Saturday, 14.02.2015, 01:27 | Message # 2
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devil Just went here, looks neat.
 
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