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>>Is NASA Forshadowing A Discovery?? <<

 
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>>Is NASA Forshadowing A Discovery?? <<
“Finding brown dwarfs near our Sun is like discovering there’s a hidden house on your block that you didn’t know about,” says Michael Cushing, a WISE team member at JPL. “It’s thrilling to me to know we’ve got neighbors out there yet to be discovered. With WISE, we may even find a brown dwarf closer to us than our closest known star.” NASA

[link to science.nasa.gov]

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Re: >>Is NASA Forshadowing A Discovery?? <<
Their letting you know now..
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bump

its dated today!!
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Re: >>Is NASA Forshadowing A Discovery?? <<
Their letting you know now..
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I agree. They wouldn't just casually mention that, especially since they've been questioned a million times about a possible "planet x" senario.
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Re: >>Is NASA Forshadowing A Discovery?? <<
server went down for a bit. this was one of the threads that came up.....just bumping for fun.
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Odd they deem it a brown dwarf too.. bump for importance.bump
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Re: >>Is NASA Forshadowing A Discovery?? <<
August 24, 2011:

Bit late...

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Correct me if im wrong but Nasa hasent found a solar system like ours without a brown dwarf. It wouldn't surprise me at all if they found something.
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server went down for a bit. this was one of the threads that came up.....just bumping for fun.
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Re: >>Is NASA Forshadowing A Discovery?? <<
“Finding brown dwarfs near our Sun is like discovering there’s a hidden house on your block that you didn’t know about,” says Michael Cushing, a WISE team member at JPL. “It’s thrilling to me to know we’ve got neighbors out there yet to be discovered. With WISE, we may even find a brown dwarf closer to us than our closest known star.” NASA

[link to science.nasa.gov]

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 Quoting: Pangn

Hmmmm............Isn't our closest known star the SUN?
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Re: >>Is NASA Forshadowing A Discovery?? <<
“Finding brown dwarfs near our Sun is like discovering there’s a hidden house on your block that you didn’t know about,” says Michael Cushing, a WISE team member at JPL. “It’s thrilling to me to know we’ve got neighbors out there yet to be discovered. With WISE, we may even find a brown dwarf closer to us than our closest known star.” NASA

[link to science.nasa.gov]

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 Quoting: Pangn

Hmmmm............Isn't our closest known star the SUN?
 Quoting: Ozicell


+1
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Re: >>Is NASA Forshadowing A Discovery?? <<
“Finding brown dwarfs near our Sun is like discovering there’s a hidden house on your block that you didn’t know about,” says Michael Cushing, a WISE team member at JPL. “It’s thrilling to me to know we’ve got neighbors out there yet to be discovered. With WISE, we may even find a brown dwarf closer to us than our closest known star.” NASA

[link to science.nasa.gov]

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 Quoting: Pangn

Hmmmm............Isn't our closest known star the SUN?
 Quoting: Ozicell


+1
 Quoting: aliensbro


I think they refer to alpha centauri. Still that would be within 4 light years which is pretty significant. Our solar system is what... 2 light years across including the Oort cloud?

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