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NiakoDate: Saturday, 17.01.2015, 22:34 | Message # 346
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Unstable Planet system
Trojan hot titan & selena in incredibly close orbit, and one with rings.
 
catman007Date: Sunday, 18.01.2015, 02:53 | Message # 347
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I found a black hole with 14 (!) stars in orbit around it:



In other black hole news, I found a star only a few million kilometers from a black hole - they orbit each other:

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Welp. Something went wrong with those two...I'll post the pics on another comment if y'all want me to lol.

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WatsisnameDate: Sunday, 18.01.2015, 03:55 | Message # 348
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Quote catman007 ()
I found a black hole with 14 (!) stars in orbit around it:


I don't think this is anomalous at all. It's what usually occurs in galactic centers. smile





 
catman007Date: Sunday, 18.01.2015, 06:02 | Message # 349
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Oh...I see...oops crazy

Well here's this other one! Had to save it as a .jpg though :/ I think the black hole is pretty young, and the star is so close (same age)...seemed like an anomaly to me!


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KSpanierDate: Sunday, 18.01.2015, 11:34 | Message # 350
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I have found planets, that are hotter than their parent star:



"Cold" Asteroid with huge tail:


Glitch on the summit of a volcano:

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Binary System with the lighter star becoming a giant first:



PS:
Negative Gravity? WTF???

Edited by KSpanier - Sunday, 18.01.2015, 11:29
 
WatsisnameDate: Sunday, 18.01.2015, 20:10 | Message # 351
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Negative effective gravitational acceleration. The already very low surface gravity is being very slightly dominated by centrifugal force.

I'm not sure just how realistic that is (that centrifugal force could dominate to make a negative potential in a realistic star), but the low surface gravity part to begin with is common to very large stars. Their outer atmospheres may also pulsate and, combined with radiation pressure, be shed into space.





 
KSpanierDate: Sunday, 18.01.2015, 20:25 | Message # 352
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Quote Watsisname ()
Negative effective gravitational acceleration. The already very low surface gravity is being very slightly dominated by centrifugal force.

-1.9g isn't exactly "low" gravity (look at the O-Type Star)
 
apenpaapDate: Sunday, 18.01.2015, 20:41 | Message # 353
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Giants often lose mass, presumably this is why the giant is lighter.




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UnnamedDate: Monday, 19.01.2015, 00:54 | Message # 354
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Looks like "normal" octuple star systems are still possible on 0.972!






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LucasVBDate: Tuesday, 20.01.2015, 00:39 | Message # 355
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Found this blackhole really close to a Red Hypergiant (10.556 AU)





I also found this Warm Oceania Moon with rings with organic unicellular life close to a gas giant that also has rings!






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KSpanierDate: Tuesday, 20.01.2015, 12:20 | Message # 356
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Planetary system, where multicellular life formed (!) on 3 of 6 planets:

The fourth one was later populated.
 
TheMilkyWayDate: Tuesday, 20.01.2015, 16:24 | Message # 357
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Is this normal? I found a gas giant with 465 moons.
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FireintheholeDate: Tuesday, 20.01.2015, 17:02 | Message # 358
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Quote TheMilkyWay ()
Is this normal? I found a gas giant with 465 moons.

It's normal. I've found gas giants with over 900 moons tongue





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IrigiDate: Tuesday, 20.01.2015, 18:45 | Message # 359
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I have found an interesting thing: The selected moon on the picture orbits a gas giant around a white dwarf. The moon has temperature 74 Celsius degrees, while the radiation equilibrium temperature and the temperature of the gas giant is -227 Celsius. Yet, the greenhouse effect on the moon is just 8 Celsius. Where does the excessive temperature come from? Tidal heating?


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Stargate38Date: Tuesday, 20.01.2015, 22:13 | Message # 360
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Yep. It's tidal heating. I've found lots of those. smile I've also found a gas giant with 701 moons, of which only 1 has life.


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