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Posted 6/6/17
http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-40171936

Planet estimated to be as big as Jupiter, but three times as dense, is said to have a surface temperature hotter than the most common type of star.

Experts say that the icaresque planet is having its atmosphere stripped off by stellar effects, but seem unsure whether the star or the planet will die in holy flame first.
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If you like fake tits and plastic surgery maybe, but for us who like ALL NATURAL, I'm betting my money on the planet
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gornotck wrote:

http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-40171936

Planet estimated to be as big as Jupiter, but three times as dense, is said to have a surface temperature hotter than the most common type of star.

Experts say that the icaresque planet is having its atmosphere stripped off by stellar effects, but seem unsure whether the star or the planet will die in holy flame first.


sounds interesting. I'm fond of astronomy. Recently I found info at http://solarstory.net/planets/planet-x that there is another planet in the far reaches of our solar system Planet X. It may be larger than Neptune and have an rotation of 10 - 20 thousand Earth years around the sun. Hope in the future we will be able to explore more about the universe without having any risks for it.
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Risk is a part of life. We will only be able to confirm Planet X in the Oort Cloud by going out and looking for that silver lining.
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gornotck wrote:

Risk is a part of life. We will only be able to confirm Planet X in the Oort Cloud by going out and looking for that silver lining.[/quote

would tots like to do this.
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