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Well, among other things, the fate of the planet. Last year was the hottest on record ... Still, this election wouldn’t have much bearing on the issue if there were no prospect of effective action against the looming …
Dallas News · 2/1/2016
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Of course, no one has actually seen Planet Nine. Rather, its existence has been inferred ... It likely takes about 20,000 years to complete its orbit around the sun, and nobody knows exactly where it is. On top of that, it's so far away, that - if it ...
Cape and Islands NPR · 2/2/2016
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Credit: NASA 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 ...
Phys · 2/24/2015
Miller, who overcame a drug suspension and torn knee ligament in 2013, was the very first draft pick by Elway, who calls him the best player on the planet. "He wins the football game for us," Elway said in the jubilant locker room Sunday night. There's no ...
brandonsun.com · 23 hours ago
And it’s no wonder we haven’t seen it yet. This planet’s orbit would be huge. Neptune, being 2.8 billion mile distance from the sun, takes about 162 years to complete one orbit, while Planet Nine might reach a …
The States Man · 2/3/2016
Planet Nine
I’ve always thought that if I could be any other animal, I would be a bear … I mean, they literally get to sleep for months on end and no one even bothers them about it! I do my best hibernating bear impression with the …
onegreenplanet.org · 1/31/2016
Moon Bears
Well, could this happen? Could there be another planet in a stable orbit, hiding behind the Sun? The answer, as you probably suspect, is NO. No. Nooooo. Just no. Well, that’s not completely true. If some powerful and mysterious flying spaghetti being ...
Universe Today · 2/23/2015
A planet-like object 75-light years away has weird weather – there are layers of hot dust cloud and molten iron rain – says a team led by the University of Edinburgh. The 20-million-year-old planet does not orbit a star (sun). Study leader, Dr. Beth ...
marketbusinessnews.com · 11/5/2015
Most likely tidally locked, the planet only turns one face toward its sun. Credit: NASA Tidally-locked planetsplanets with one side perpetually facing their star while the other remains shrouded in darkness — tend to be warmer on one side than the ...
Space · ByNola Taylor · 12/15/2011
First, most of the planets around other Sun-like stars have no single orbital range - that is, some orbit extremely close to their host stars while others follow exceptionally distant orbits. "There is solid evidence that the …
cbsport.org · 1/26/2016
solar system