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‘Rogue’ Planet Discovered Near Our Solar System

 
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‘Rogue’ Planet Discovered Near Our Solar System
Rogue planets – also known as free floating planets – are pretty intriguing. They are not orbiting a star but instead are wandering through the galaxy, having been either forcibly ejected from a solar system or having formed very early on in the Universe. While only a handful of these planets have been actually found, astronomers estimate these vagrant worlds could vastly outnumber stars. In fact, it’s been suggested there could be 100,000 times more rogue planets than stars in our Milky Way galaxy alone!

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Re: ‘Rogue’ Planet Discovered Near Our Solar System
100 light years? is near?
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Rogue planets – also known as free floating planets – are pretty intriguing. They are not orbiting a star but instead are wandering through the galaxy, having been either forcibly ejected from a solar system or having formed very early on in the Universe. While only a handful of these planets have been actually found, astronomers estimate these vagrant worlds could vastly outnumber stars. In fact, it’s been suggested there could be 100,000 times more rogue planets than stars in our Milky Way galaxy alone!

LINK: [link to www.universetoday.com]

[link to www.dearastronomer.com]
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Article from November 14, 2012
Posted before at least 10 times.

100 light years away - will take some time until it would be here - so some million to billion years.

And 1* for the thread title: "Near Our Solar System" - 11.6 times the distance to Sirius and 23 times the distance to our closest star neighbours, the Alpha Centauri triplet.


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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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