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Skylion007Date: Tuesday, 11.11.2014, 05:50 | Message # 286
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I saw this system with 24 stars in it. Hmm, that's a little odd. Oh, it's just orbiting a supermassive black hole. Hmm, what's the diameter of that thing? 4AU??? surprised

This one is in the same supercluster. Not only does it have life with a moon that has a life with rings, the planet's temperature is 20k! And it never even warms up! The orbit is not elliptical at all. Wondering how MULTICELLULAR life survives as those temperatures. Maybe geothermal forces from the moon and the planet? I dunno, but this one is just bizarre. Not to mention it's orbiting five separate stars! (Trinary with two barycenters of other binaries.) Just so bizarre.

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apenpaapDate: Tuesday, 11.11.2014, 11:37 | Message # 287
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Subglacial life is usually assumed to get its energy from tidal forces and/or internal heat melting the ice and creating a subsurface ocean, so it wouldn't be nearly as cold down there.




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WatsisnameDate: Tuesday, 11.11.2014, 22:12 | Message # 288
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Skylion007, wow, that is a BIG black hole!




 
FastFourierTransformDate: Monday, 17.11.2014, 19:31 | Message # 289
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I've found an interesting anomaly.

An interstellar comet at 2.25 light years from the nearest star!!!!

Well, I'm talking about comet C2012 E2 (SWAN), that was a sungrazer a few years ago. The fact maybe a bug or something but the comet has something like an hyperbolic orbit. I was watching the star map near the sun with the clock marking a few thousand years ago and I saw it floating there.



Well, the thing is that as 2655 BC (more or less when this was happening on Earth) the comet was at that distance of 2.25 ly but if you continue to go further in time then the object disapears (because of that code issue that makes interstellar objects dissapear at certain distance). It awesome to see a glimpse of what interstellar objets may be one day on SE. Keep going! smile
 
pzampellaDate: Tuesday, 18.11.2014, 13:18 | Message # 290
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I think it is made at purpose. Some comets are discovered when they approach to the sun and then they are launched to interstellar space. If you go 5000 years to the future and set comet's orbits on, you will see a lot of them leaving the solar system.
 
NickWaterfallDate: Wednesday, 26.11.2014, 14:23 | Message # 291
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Contact binaries... or a bug?

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IngolifsDate: Sunday, 30.11.2014, 04:52 | Message # 292
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An oceania with 8 moons (7 pictured, I couldn't get the 8th into frame) all within 0.18 to 0.26 earth radii in size.

I found this one in the extended halo of the milky way.
RS 1186-2774-5-25419-1 5


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Edited by Ingolifs - Sunday, 30.11.2014, 04:59
 
Skylion007Date: Monday, 01.12.2014, 22:50 | Message # 293
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A black hole that sparkles??? Possibly a bug. I've already checked and it does not appear to be the result of gravitational lensing. The effect disappears when you zoom in though.

I first thought it was a black hole feeding or something, but nothing is even remotely that close to the object. I am really curious whether this is a bug or not.

Place "Shining Black Hole"
{
Body "RSC 9173-2743-0-0-799 S19"
Parent "RSC 9173-2743-0-0-799 S*"
Pos (0.0001787062427849753, -0.001070751601040258, -0.01122075213217076)
Rot (-0.06100203310900185, -0.02310616584880626, 0.996684295713726, -0.04863405940254346)
Date "2060.02.25 15:19:51.26"
Vel 0.04968651
Mode 1
}



In response to the terra moons I just found this planet with Earthlike gravity and humble 15! moons. 2 of which contain life. Not to mention it's an Earth looking terra with a ring system and 1/10th the atmosphere of the Earth. It is also the most oblate Earth like tera I have ever seen.

Place "Halo World"
{
Body "RS 9173-4095-9-134217719-3196 A8"
Parent "RS 9173-4095-9-134217719-3196 A"
Pos (5.697741734802739e-010, 7.147268917115021e-010, 9.380203070991251e-010)
Rot (-0.1590048596076717, 0.2818898537261324, 0.2498755603934668, 0.9125884994374273)
Date "2060.02.11 07:31:45.08"
Vel 1.2429064e-009
Mode 1
}





Despite how it looks it's actually a Frozen titan and chemically not Earth like at all, but still.

This oddity is in the same solar system. It's a planet with an Ice Cap facing it's parent star 0_0. How counterintuitive:


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Edited by Skylion007 - Tuesday, 02.12.2014, 01:04
 
Skylion007Date: Wednesday, 03.12.2014, 01:09 | Message # 294
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Here is another super super massive black hole. 3.9 AU. And this time we have a great point of comparison. Here is the black hole compared to a red dwarf.

Place "Spiral Black Hole"
{
Body "RSC 9173-2743-0-0-799 S19"
Parent "RSC 9173-2743-0-0-799 S*"
Pos (0.001136971978926461, 0.0005057342322007161, 0.0009239517437313557)
Rot (0.8386276026698926, -0.312931728786117, 0.3224959581400614, -0.3078535920570112)
Date "2052.01.09 20:03:10.28"
Vel 3.7725414e-009
Mode 1
}


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Edited by Skylion007 - Wednesday, 03.12.2014, 01:10
 
B25MitchDate: Friday, 05.12.2014, 16:34 | Message # 295
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Star RS 8409-2267-8-7420615-86 B has more comets than I can count, at least one of which is green.

 
spacerDate: Friday, 05.12.2014, 16:51 | Message # 296
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B25Mitch, found one too:
http://imgur.com/cWJquLv





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FastFourierTransformDate: Friday, 05.12.2014, 20:24 | Message # 297
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I've found an Earth twin with its moon twin. The only difference in the aspect is that this earth has rings and lies above the galactic plane smile

 
Stargate38Date: Saturday, 06.12.2014, 18:10 | Message # 298
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Can you please tell me the name of that Earth-twin?
 
FastFourierTransformDate: Sunday, 07.12.2014, 11:55 | Message # 299
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RS 0-4-1385-205-31180-6-103562-0 5

If you want to see if the ESI is high I can tell you that is quite low. But is a twin in the sense that it totally looks like our home smile

Here you have some other pics of this wonderfull world:









 
isdebeslDate: Wednesday, 10.12.2014, 08:38 | Message # 300
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just asking, is it rare a selena has atmosphere? cuz i've found it before.
 
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