Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dark_Convoy, May 8, 2007.
I think this is the 8-Jupiter that eyeballkid was talking about. Congratulations eyeballkid! And congratulations to the observatory staff and researchers! Science is awesome.
Damn. eyeballkid was actually right about something.
The miracles of sobriety!
dude...i love space....i really hope we meet some cool aliens in my lifetime....
then my dream of being in the green lantern corp can be fulfilled...
"Astronomers have calculated that it has a very unusual elliptical orbit, getting as close as 5 million km (3.1 million miles) and then swinging out to 15 million km (9.6 million miles). But this journey only takes 5.63 days."
Shit, that's fast!!!
I wonder what accounts for all the mass.
With that much Hydrogen, future fuel source perhaps?
*marks day on calender and notes the flying pigs outside*
omg! it's the Giant Planet! Transformers ARE real! Anyway yeah that is really cool.
All that's left is Speed and Jungle Planet…
On topic though, I'm amazed at these discoveries that are becoming more and more current.
Why stars don't go on diets.
Damn that's interesting! And the theory of the planet having nothing but hydrogen would DEFINITELY be a perfect fuel source in the future.
and it took DC to prove it. Thats one freakin huge ass planet.
excuse me, anyone have any matches? i want to seee if it makes a squeaky pop.
Eyeball kid was...right? No...that...can't be.
You guys know that Saturn is over 90% hydrogen and Jupiter is over 85% hydrogen... right?
...oh and Uranus and Neptune are somewhere around 80% hydrogen as well, Hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements is the universe.
Wow, that's pretty cool. It's just amazing with what's out there.
Yeah, but they're not infinite. Some day they'll run out of hydrogen too, and by that point we'll probably have found an even more efficient fuel source, so, eh, my argument just went out the window.
Destroy other planets to save earth, that's the human way.
holy shit EBK totally scooped this
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