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Rogue wandering Planet discovered.

 
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Nibi?
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AC, go and work out how far away from us, in miles, 100 thousand light years away is. You will see how silly your comment is then.
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related!!

NEW YORK – Are these planets without orbits? Astronomers have found 10 potential planets as massive as Jupiter wandering through a slice of the Milky Way galaxy, following either very wide orbits or no orbit at all. And scientists think they are more common than the stars.

[link to news.yahoo.com]
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Thread: ROGUE PLANETS wandering the cosmos -- "Death Star" needed to destroy colossal NEOs

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Nim-Bo-Bo ! scream
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alien16 For Uncle Enki....
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Blue Kachina!

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Nibi?
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AC, go and work out how far away from us, in miles, 100 thousand light years away is. You will see how silly your comment is then.
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But it's a fast mover. tomato
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Nim-Bo-Bo ! scream
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Nibi?
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100.000 light years..Just a bit far away
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Nibi?
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AC, go and work out how far away from us, in miles, 100 thousand light years away is. You will see how silly your comment is then.
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But it's a fast mover. tomato
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Haha, most rogues are ...
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[link to www.bbc.co.uk]


Astronomers have spotted a "rogue planet" - wandering the cosmos without a star to orbit - 100 light-years away.
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Hopi Blue Star or Blue Kachina Prophecy

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Re: Rogue wandering Planet discovered.
There was a huge flap in the 1930's about a small rogue planet being on a collision course with Earth. I can't seem to find a thing about it now. Same one?

Does anyone remember reading something about it?
hmm
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Could it be you're thinking of two big best sellers of the early 1930s: When Worlds Collide and After Worlds Collide by Wylie and Ballmer. The first book was made into a movie by George Pal in the early fifties.
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No, this wasn't from a novel.
I'll check around again for some credible source. Ran across reference to it in an old news story sometime in the late 90's. Can't seem to find a lot of information that was readily available back then though... A real head scratcher sometimes.

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Astronomers have spotted a "rogue planet" - wandering the cosmos without a star to orbit - 100 light-years away.
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Hopi Blue Star or Blue Kachina Prophecy

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hf
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afro
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Well let's see.
If it is 100 light years away, and heading directly for us, it will take about 1 billion years to get here.

ahhh
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1rof1

I said. NIIIBOOOOOOOOOOOFOOOOO
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It's not about coming "here" but a SIGN

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yea, they can detect some lonesome cowboy planet 100 light years away, but not the one knocking at our front doors, right.

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yea, they can detect some lonesome cowboy planet 100 light years away, but not the one knocking at our front doors, right.

charlie
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Exactly mate, exactly.
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This is getting more peculiarelar each day
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That's no planet...that's a space station.
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lol Classic !
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lol

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Its a Dyson Sphere!



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Damn, now I wanna see the REST of that episode.
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Its a Dyson Sphere!



[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Damn, now I wanna see the REST of that episode.
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S^cv episode 4
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Nibi?
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AC, go and work out how far away from us, in miles, 100 thousand light years away is. You will see how silly your comment is then.
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It's 100 light years not 100,000 light years. Not that that makes any difference really, still can't be Nibi
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Perhaps planets can succumb to Alzhiemers too? scratching


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They call it a planet yet fails the checklist what a planet is ?.
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I just hope this thing passes by. Im not looking forward to paying taxes on it if it gets too close.
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Astronomers have spotted a "rogue planet" - wandering the cosmos without a star to orbit - 100 light-years away.
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IT IS COMING TO OUR SOLAR SYSTEM.
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it's not nibiru, idiots.

400 celsius - no chance for any organic life.
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Re: Rogue wandering Planet discovered.
LA Times. Giant rogue planet, without a home star, may roam nearby heavens.

The super-Jupiter, called CFBDSIR2149, has a mass four to seven times that of our own gas giant, and is probably a scorching 800 or so degrees Fahrenheit. It appears to sit in a moving group of stars that, at a rough distance of 65 light-years, is just a cosmic stone’s throw away from us.

Scientists first discovered the apparent planet using the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii, while conducting a survey of brown dwarfs, "failed" stars that aren’t massive enough to start the nuclear fusion in their cores that would allow them to shine.

The study authors are only 87% sure it’s traveling together with the AB Doradus Moving Group and isn't simply crossing paths. They'll need to keep watching CFBDSIR2149 before they can say for sure that it's a planet.

There’s also a possibility the object is a brown dwarf, which would still be interesting, but for very different reasons, Veillet said.


[link to www.latimes.com]

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LA Times. Giant rogue planet, without a home star, may roam nearby heavens.



There’s also a possibility the object is a brown dwarf, which would still be interesting, but for very different reasons, Veillet said.


[link to www.latimes.com]
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The plot thickens... chuckle

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