posted on 12/05/2013 8:40:37 PM PST
But is it operational?
Would this distance be extraordinary for a binary star pair?
posted on 12/05/2013 8:51:34 PM PST
by null and void
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posted on 12/05/2013 9:00:04 PM PST
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And wouldn’t you know it, Algore told them where to look!
posted on 12/05/2013 9:00:18 PM PST
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posted on 12/05/2013 9:21:21 PM PST
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Assumption, after assumption after assumption. “Just 13 million years old.” Prove it, how was it dated? How was it conclusively proven to be that age? This is what passes for real science. Nonsense.
posted on 12/05/2013 9:24:27 PM PST
That is not a planet. It’s an infrared brown dwarf, a star that failed to ignite fusion because it’s slightly too small.
It’s a red dwarf behind a Dyson sphere.
posted on 12/06/2013 6:23:00 AM PST
About .01 light year separation.
Kind of close for a binary system, kind of far for a star/planet system.
posted on 12/06/2013 8:52:14 PM PST
by The Cajun
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