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Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star

 
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Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
Speaks for itself.


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Re: Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
Ha! Nibs:)

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Speaks for itself.


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Ok I have a really slow computer and if I click on your link I am afraid my computer will freeze. Happens all the time. So please explain this.

It travels through our universe but there are stars in our universe. I don't get it. Are you saying it doesn't gravitate around any star in any pattern or just that they don't see the pattern. If they just discovered this and its real then I have a hard time believing it because they would need a second reference point to ensure it doesn't gravitate around another object unless the rotational cycle was so fast that they could see where it started and ended in days...I don't think so. I mean you can't just find an object in space as a planet and say "I know its path already" without some help from other objects in the sky. Or you see it start and finish in the same place.
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Re: Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
It is thought by some that brown dwarfs are the most popular objects in the galaxy.
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Re: Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
Speaks for itself.


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Ok I have a really slow computer and if I click on your link I am afraid my computer will freeze. Happens all the time. So please explain this.

It travels through our universe but there are stars in our universe. I don't get it. Are you saying it doesn't gravitate around any star in any pattern or just that they don't see the pattern. If they just discovered this and its real then I have a hard time believing it because they would need a second reference point to ensure it doesn't gravitate around another object unless the rotational cycle was so fast that they could see where it started and ended in days...I don't think so. I mean you can't just find an object in space as a planet and say "I know its path already" without some help from other objects in the sky. Or you see it start and finish in the same place.
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Ok, so you want to start a debate over an article you didn't read. Fyi, yes, the planet doesn't gravitate any star.
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Speaks for itself.


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Ok I have a really slow computer and if I click on your link I am afraid my computer will freeze. Happens all the time. So please explain this.

It travels through our universe but there are stars in our universe. I don't get it. Are you saying it doesn't gravitate around any star in any pattern or just that they don't see the pattern. If they just discovered this and its real then I have a hard time believing it because they would need a second reference point to ensure it doesn't gravitate around another object unless the rotational cycle was so fast that they could see where it started and ended in days...I don't think so. I mean you can't just find an object in space as a planet and say "I know its path already" without some help from other objects in the sky. Or you see it start and finish in the same place.
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Ok, so you want to start a debate over an article you didn't read. Fyi, yes, the planet doesn't gravitate any star.
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No I don't want to debate. I just have a hard time believing anything put out concerning the heavens. Sorry, I have been lied to way to many times. Not your fault and I didn't mean to come across so negative. I'm sure there is something to the article, but what to believe I don't know. I didn't lie about my computer...its jacked. Sorry.

I understand that it would be a huge find because then it defy gravity as we know it for other planets and we could use that. So I get it. Who knows. I apologize if I came across wrong. I won't be a thread killer. Its good to watch the heavens so I will be on my merry.
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Speaks for itself.


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Ok I have a really slow computer and if I click on your link I am afraid my computer will freeze. Happens all the time. So please explain this.

It travels through our universe but there are stars in our universe. I don't get it. Are you saying it doesn't gravitate around any star in any pattern or just that they don't see the pattern. If they just discovered this and its real then I have a hard time believing it because they would need a second reference point to ensure it doesn't gravitate around another object unless the rotational cycle was so fast that they could see where it started and ended in days...I don't think so. I mean you can't just find an object in space as a planet and say "I know its path already" without some help from other objects in the sky. Or you see it start and finish in the same place.
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By calculating its excentricity you can see if it has an elliptical, hyperbolic or parabolic orbit.

The last 2 mean that the object does not circulate around another object.

Only elliptical orbits ( and circular as a special case ) mean that 2 bodies rotate around eachother.
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Speaks for itself.


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Hot Jupiter nothing new they are to Millions out there.
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Re: Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
Sounds lonely. Maybe we should invite it to join our solar system.
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Speaks for itself.


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I really don't believe it's alone. EVERYTHING revolves in the center of something, if you know what I mean. Maybe they cannot see it yet.
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I can relate to the planet. I'm also wandering through life without a star.
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Re: Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
Cool.

Nasa has found a planet
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Nope.

Pan-STARRS did.

Where does this myth come from that everything related to space is done by NASA and NASA alone?
That couldn't be further from the truth.
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I can relate to the planet. I'm also wandering through life without a star.
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Awwwwwww... hf You will find your star!
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I can relate to the planet. I'm also wandering through life without a star.
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Awwwwwww... hf You will find your star!
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I can relate to the planet. I'm also wandering through life without a star.
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Awwwwwww... hf You will find your star!
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! Not that sad pic!!!!!!!!!!!! ;-(
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I can relate to the planet. I'm also wandering through life without a star.
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I can relate to the planet. I'm also wandering through life without a star.
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Awwwwwww... hf You will find your star!
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! Not that sad pic!!!!!!!!!!!! ;-(
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I can relate to the planet. I'm also wandering through life without a star.
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TY! hf
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Speaks for itself.


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Ok I have a really slow computer and if I click on your link I am afraid my computer will freeze. Happens all the time. So please explain this.

It travels through our universe but there are stars in our universe. I don't get it. Are you saying it doesn't gravitate around any star in any pattern or just that they don't see the pattern. If they just discovered this and its real then I have a hard time believing it because they would need a second reference point to ensure it doesn't gravitate around another object unless the rotational cycle was so fast that they could see where it started and ended in days...I don't think so. I mean you can't just find an object in space as a planet and say "I know its path already" without some help from other objects in the sky. Or you see it start and finish in the same place.
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By calculating its excentricity you can see if it has an elliptical, hyperbolic or parabolic orbit.

The last 2 mean that the object does not circulate around another object.

Only elliptical orbits ( and circular as a special case ) mean that 2 bodies rotate around eachother.
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Re: Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
"Impossible!!!"

This was spammed by various debunking types years ago on this very site.

Hahahaha,...



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Shame Nasa's website is down due to your gov shutdown. Also real shame we can't access any past pages there either. Seems like the site has been pulled from the net altogether.
verysad
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Re: Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
Speaks for itself.


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This phenomena has been known and observed for quite some time, not sure if you thought this was news...

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Opps my bad... I started a thread abut the same thing

Good thread OP.... kind of cool a planet floating around like that

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Re: Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
yes
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Re: Nasa has found a planet that wanders through the universe without a star
"Impossible!!!"

This was spammed by various debunking types years ago on this very site.

Hahahaha,...



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You saying "impossible" to wandering planets????
Just checking because last i heard was, that it is an absolute fact that planets can get dislodged from their orbits and travel through space without orbiting a sun.
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Speaks for itself.


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There are heaps of them. Big deal.
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You saying "impossible" to wandering planets????
Just checking because last i heard was, that it is an absolute fact that planets can get dislodged from their orbits and travel through space without orbiting a sun.
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Eventually they will get caught somewhere. Or crash into some other object
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they are inching closer to an announcement
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You saying "impossible" to wandering planets????
Just checking because last i heard was, that it is an absolute fact that planets can get dislodged from their orbits and travel through space without orbiting a sun.
 Quoting: SUROH4711


No,... I'm saying that various "debunkers" on this website were saying that such a thing as wandering planets were impossible in years past.

Funny how times change.



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You saying "impossible" to wandering planets????
Just checking because last i heard was, that it is an absolute fact that planets can get dislodged from their orbits and travel through space without orbiting a sun.
 Quoting: SUROH4711


Eventually they will get caught somewhere. Or crash into some other object
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True.

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