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Gaseous planets such as Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn, and Uranus have no surface to land on ... not to mention in space the sun disappears for half the day, and in a storm like one found on Jupiter, solar would be very …
TECH AERIS · 7/26/2015
Gaseous Planets
They are too massive to be planets, yet possess some planetlike ... the brightness of the brown dwarf over time--no simple feat given that these objects are many thousands of times fainter than our own sun. Hallinan …
Science Daily · 1 hour ago
brown dwarfs
A few important reminders about our cousin Kepler 452b: No one has seen it. Only Kepler has detected ... “Previous estimates of Earth-like planets around sun-like stars suggest that 15-25 percent of stars host …
Orange County Register · 1 hour ago
planets
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The sundeck is the ultimate spot to relax at one of the most beautiful places on the planet ... the sun rising over the ocean. The expansive, state-of-the-art kitchen has everything any amateur cook would ever need …
Daily Mail · 9 minutes ago
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There were no longer nine planets—there were eight ... The planets are all so big and are so close to the sun, and their materials have been heated up and smashed and mixed around, and so you look at the earth and …
CNBC · 23 hours ago
Pluto
With all the news about Pluto this month, most skywatchers may not be aware that Ceres, the brightest and nearest of the dwarf planets, reached its opposition to the sun on Saturday (July ... Ceres appears as a point …
Space · 7/27/2015
Ceres
A few important reminders about our cousin Kepler 452b: No one has seen it. Only Kepler has detected ... "Previous estimates of Earth-like planets around sun-like stars suggest that 15-25 percent of stars host potentially habitable planets.
Reading Eagle · 22 hours ago
Amongst other possibilities: There's no evidence yet to suggest the last of those possibilities ... but the evidence suggests its one example of a large population of planets around sun like stars - and so with so many …
Science 2.0 · 7/24/2015
The first step in boldly going where no one has gone before is to re-name the planet. Kepler-452b won't do. How about Krypton? That name is already widely known as the fictional planet from which Superman came …
Sun Herald · 19 hours ago
A planet without a sun has been discovered for the first time ever, say astronomers. (Photo: Flickr: newdimensionfilms) Astronomers have discovered a planet without a sun, marking the first time a free-floating planet has ever been observed. The planet ...
International Science Times · 10/11/2013