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Exoplanet News Thread
spacerDate: Wednesday, 12.08.2015, 13:48 | Message # 196
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go vote for exoplanets names!
http://nameexoworlds.iau.org/exoworldsvote





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spacerDate: Friday, 14.08.2015, 00:37 | Message # 197
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davidbuddy9Date: Friday, 04.09.2015, 15:09 | Message # 198
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I found this on Wikipedia Its about Alpha Centauri Bc. Since there are no references or any other website that lists this its currently being considered for deletion.
 
RockoRocksDate: Friday, 04.09.2015, 15:35 | Message # 199
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davidbuddy9, I saved it to archive.org just in case: [link]




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spacerDate: Thursday, 22.10.2015, 11:29 | Message # 200
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https://www.nasa.gov/ames....-planet
nasa k2 kepler mission finds dead star vaporizing mini planet





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JackDoleDate: Thursday, 22.10.2015, 18:56 | Message # 201
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nasa k2 kepler mission finds dead star vaporizing mini planet

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WD 1145+017

The star, who eats his children.

Perhaps this should be here.


Attachments: 5694049.jpg(30Kb) · WD_1145017.zip(3Kb)





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11ryancDate: Sunday, 25.10.2015, 04:47 | Message # 202
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Whatever happened to Gliese 581 d? Was it dismissed as a confirmed planet?




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Donatelo200Date: Sunday, 25.10.2015, 05:27 | Message # 203
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Gl 581 d was almost dismissed as activity due to stellar activity but was later reassessed. It's existence is still in question.




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11ryancDate: Sunday, 25.10.2015, 08:16 | Message # 204
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Donatelo200, Ah. Well I suppose that makes sense. I recall g being questioned at the time as well, though SE has the planet included in the star system. In a sense, I almost have an attachment to that system as a whole. When my astronomy infatuation started kicking in, that was the 1st non Eath/sol solar system I've read about.

(Also. Sorry for the off topic note. In case any moderators are reading, I have more than 5 replies to other threads and still are unable to compose one of my own)





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parameciumkidDate: Sunday, 25.10.2015, 10:15 | Message # 205
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Ah, yeah, when I read about that hungry white dwarf I immediately got to thinking about whether we can expect tighter planet orbits around white dwarfs in upcoming SE patches xD

It would be nice, as I'm an odd type who likes to look for Earth-like planets around white dwarfs, and currently there seems to be a minimum orbital distance which is outside their habitable zones. But I'm sure SpaceEngineer will get to it without me bugging him xD





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Donatelo200Date: Friday, 30.10.2015, 04:41 | Message # 206
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I was just bumbling around Wikipedia and found this planet. K2-22b, and apparently is 1.4 Jupiter masses yet only 2.5 Earth radius. The density of this magnitude on a planet this low mass is insane! Is this actually a confirmed planet?




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SpaceEngineerDate: Friday, 30.10.2015, 16:53 | Message # 207
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1.4 Mj is the upper limit. This mean what it's real mass is less than 1.4 Mj




 
Donatelo200Date: Friday, 30.10.2015, 17:04 | Message # 208
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Ah okay. I couldn't find any data on it besides that. Makes much more sense.




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JackDoleDate: Friday, 30.10.2015, 17:13 | Message # 209
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I've tried to make a script for K2-22b but SpaceEngine makes a gas giant therefrom. It should be a rocky planet.




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JackDoleDate: Friday, 30.10.2015, 21:50 | Message # 210
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Quote Donatelo200 ()
I couldn't find any data on it besides that

Try searching for EPIC 201637175. It's an other name for this star.





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