Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dark_Convoy, Sep 15, 2008.
First Picture of Likely Planet Around a Sun-Like Star | Universe Today
Very cool -- potentially moreso, if it's actually orbiting.
However, this was a bit odd:
I think this is the most important thing said in the article, though:
Jupiter is about the maximum size for a planetary type body, basically as you add more mass it just compresses more into the same area, the size stays roughly the same.
Size =/= mass
Nice find, all the same. Looking forward to what they find out in 2 years time.
Yeah. I guess I'm just used to them being (erroneously) used interchangeably.
Awesome. It is cool to have pictures of other planets, even if they are just mahoosive planets far away from their star.
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