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NASA has recently discovered 7 new planets

Postby [Egg]Egg » Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:25 pm

Some of these planets could hold liquid water.
The TRAPPIST-1 system's star was discovered 1999, and is not much larger than Jupiter and is 88 times as massive. The star's life is predicted to have a lifespan of 14 trillion years. The sun's expected lifespan is 10 billion, only 1/1200 of that.
Due to the star's mass, it's on the verge of even being a red dwarf.
Enough star talk, let's go to the real talk - the planets.
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The good thing about the planets, is that they're only 39 light years away (therefore requiring very little time with science fiction tech)
The planets themselves, 2 cannot be habitable (they're too close and are tidally locked), 4 can be habitable (far enough and aren't tidally locked) and only 1 can't be habitable again (too far away), and all of them could be rocky.
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Re: NASA has recently discovered 7 new planets

Postby ZipZap » Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:35 pm

you posted this in the wrong day.
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Re: NASA has recently discovered 7 new planets

Postby Rhosty » Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:39 pm

ZigZag wrote:you posted this in the wrong day.
but its acutally true dude
look it up

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Re: NASA has recently discovered 7 new planets

Postby onpon4 » Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:48 pm

you posted this in the wrong day.
Not everyone lives in the eastern hemisphere, you know. It's still April 1 in my timezone for another hour. And it'll remain April 1 for another four hours in California, and another 7 hours in Hawaii.

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Re: NASA has recently discovered 7 new planets

Postby [Egg]Egg » Sat Apr 01, 2017 10:55 pm

ZipZap wrote:you posted this in the wrong day.
In no way do I play pranks on April Fools Day.
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Re: NASA has recently discovered 7 new planets

Postby Reiuji Utsuho » Sat Apr 01, 2017 11:22 pm

That sounds pretty cool. It's always interesting to hear about planets discovered that could be habitable.

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Re: NASA has recently discovered 7 new planets

Postby [Egg]Egg » Mon Apr 03, 2017 9:35 pm

Reiuji Utsuho wrote:That sounds pretty cool. It's always interesting to hear about planets discovered that could be habitable.
But sadly these planets are too far away to approach.
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Re: NASA has recently discovered 7 new planets

Postby Rhosty » Mon Apr 03, 2017 10:57 pm

[Egg]Egg wrote:
Reiuji Utsuho wrote:That sounds pretty cool. It's always interesting to hear about planets discovered that could be habitable.
But sadly these planets are too far away to approach.
Correction: One of these days they won't be too far away.

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Re: NASA has recently discovered 7 new planets

Postby [Egg]Egg » Tue Apr 04, 2017 12:32 am

practicalshorty014 wrote:
[Egg]Egg wrote:
Reiuji Utsuho wrote:That sounds pretty cool. It's always interesting to hear about planets discovered that could be habitable.
But sadly these planets are too far away to approach.
Correction: One of these days they won't be too far away.
Yet this will take years of tech advancement unless if we use antimatter.
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