Most fully Art Deco poster of a planet with no sun, created for a science gathering. Image courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech. For a larger version of this image please go here. Exoplanets are mysterious, they're complicated, they're important, they're awe-inspiring.
Space Daily · 18 hours ago
If they were able to separate the Earth from the sun, they’d still only see a pale blue dot. There would be no way for them to image our planet’s surface and see life roving upon it. However, those aliens could use …
The Business Insider · 21 hours ago
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but also destroy the planet and cause high levels of skin cancer. The first filament break off on November 15, with the bigger eruption the following day. Thankfully, these are actually common events at the sun, and there …
The Daily Express · 51 minutes ago
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With no atmosphere and a violent host star, Kepler-438b would quickly become a pretty scary place to be. It would be barren and airless, subjected to the intense radiation of its sun's ongoing flares. It's likely that most …
NDTV · 11/19/2015
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What’s out there? Nobody knows. No, seriously. Nobody knows. We started in control of one small star system, our home planet second from the sun. All we knew for sure was there were at least thirty other …
PC World · 11/24/2015
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This time, researchers say, they think they've really found a planet with no sun. "We have never before seen an object free-floating in space that that looks like this. It has all the characteristics of young planets found around other stars, but it is ...
International Science Times · 10/11/2013
If you’ve read your share of sci-fi, and I know you have, you’ve read stories about another Earth-sized planet orbiting on the other side of the Solar System, blocked by the Sun. Could it really be there? No. Nooooo. No. Just no. This is a delightful ...
Universe Today · 2/23/2015
Reflecting the sun One option might be to reflect some of the sun's energy ... The main one is that we have only one planet to work with (we have no Planet B) and if we screw this one up then what do we do? Say …
CNN · 11/19/2015
Astronomers have discovered a very unusual planet roaming freely through the galaxy. The planet is about 80 light years from Earth and is believed to be about six times more massive than Jupiter. The interesting thing about this planet is that it’s ...
Technabob · 10/10/2013
The warmth of a sun ... on a planet's surface can act as a strong insulator, locking in a planet's heat,' claims Raymond. Several years ago, an international team of astronomers discovered a large planet floating freely through space with no star to ...
Daily Mail · 4/9/2015