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WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 10.01.2015, 09:09 | Message # 331
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Quote Portalmell ()
This shouldn't exist...


Why do you say that?

Quote Ingolifs ()
Why are these hot jupiters always so oblate?


Because they have such low density. Flattening coefficient is inversely proportional to the square of the rotation period, but it is also inversely proportional to the density.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equatorial_bulge





 
IngolifsDate: Saturday, 10.01.2015, 11:14 | Message # 332
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Makes sense. I guess that's why white dwarfs and neutron stars appear spherical despite their massive rotation rate.
 
DarthRevanWoadDate: Sunday, 11.01.2015, 15:17 | Message # 333
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Not sure if this is considered a space anomaly, but it sure is weird.



RS 0-0-0-1420-26185-0-0-248 B
Rest are here: http://imgur.com/gallery/1Ol3p/new


Edited by DarthRevanWoad - Sunday, 11.01.2015, 15:21
 
CanapinDate: Monday, 12.01.2015, 10:02 | Message # 334
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Not sure if this cloud is a bug or a feature biggrin :


 
WwadlolDate: Monday, 12.01.2015, 18:05 | Message # 335
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Canapin, Yup that's a bug! happy

I'm not sure if this is an anomaly, but here's a pink desert orbiting a giant Oceania!




Also a warm titan coupled with a scorched desert in a triple star system.

There's also no volcanoes on either of the planets.


Edited by Wwadlol - Monday, 12.01.2015, 18:23
 
TheOutsiderDate: Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 00:10 | Message # 336
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Actually, there are more bizarre things exist in SE 0.972
It may be some kind of a bug due to improper tidal heating calculation…
I found scorched terras, even scorched titans and they not quite rare

like this:

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WwadlolDate: Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 01:17 | Message # 337
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TheOutsider, Wow, scorched terras? How do they look like?
 
TheOutsiderDate: Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 06:06 | Message # 338
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Wow, scorched terras? How do they look like?


-Like normal terras. With liquid water and thick atmosphere...
You can find them easily by using a filter settings. It might be just a bug or a planetary system at some stage of evolution yet not properly realized...
 
NickWaterfallDate: Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 16:31 | Message # 339
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I see your puffy ice giant and raise you mine.
 
SpaceHopperDate: Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 18:06 | Message # 340
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Quote TheOutsider ()
a planetary system at some stage of evolution yet not properly realized...

Think of when Theia hit the young Earth and eventually became the Moon. All the scorched terras and titans I've found have a scorched desert or a scorched selena as their partner binary planet.





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Edited by SpaceHopper - Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 18:24
 
FireintheholeDate: Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 18:25 | Message # 341
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Quote SpaceHopper ()
Think of when Theia hit the young Earth and eventually became the Moon. All the scorched terras and titans I've found have a scorched desert as their partner binary planet.

I've also noticed that, however in TheOutsider's example, the planet is about 10 billion years old. I believe Earth only looked like that for a couple of hundreds of million years.





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Stargate38Date: Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 21:21 | Message # 342
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Maybe the collision was with a rogue planet/dwarf planet. That can happen at any time during a planet's lifespan.

Edited by Stargate38 - Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 21:23
 
CanapinDate: Tuesday, 13.01.2015, 23:29 | Message # 343
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Could this exists in real life ? Two asteroids with very close orbits, which are also very close to a moon. Could it be a stable system ?







 
IngolifsDate: Thursday, 15.01.2015, 06:14 | Message # 344
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I see your puffy ice giant and raise you mine.

What is the name of that system?
 
NickWaterfallDate: Thursday, 15.01.2015, 08:49 | Message # 345
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Quote Ingolifs ()
What is the name of that system?


RS 0-0-0-1016-3951-5-6763-1468 1

Be careful when using "go to", SE crashed the first time I approached the planet.
 
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