Alien Super-Earth Goes Supercritical?

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+17 1. mydixiewrecked commented 11 years ago

cool story bro
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+4 2. andriy2991 commented 11 years ago

maybe sometimes we are going to be capable to travel in speed of life....
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+7 3. Oddi commented 11 years ago

Ok cool but no real point in the vid. I still prefer Kepler 22b after we Earth for good O:)
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+2 4. eyoda commented 11 years ago

Dont really get it...

There is a planet which is uninhabitable and that is cool. donno
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+3 5. MajorIdea commented 11 years ago

"Artist Impression"

No sh*t Sherlock.
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+2 6. mcaksoy commented 11 years ago

I really love astronomy, i love to think about how big is the universe and it's possibilities and making it shortcutting my brain but naa this video bored me to hell. Don't know maybe because i'm drunk now and i hate the heat. That's too much heat mate.
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+7 7. Thanny commented 11 years ago

You people are just spoiled.

Some time ago, Isaac Asimov wrote a story involving a robot that had reasoned out a method of determining where extrasolar planets could be found, but was destroyed before that knowledge could be revealed.

At the time, no one had any idea how to even determine if any other stars had planets. Now we're discovering them by the hundreds, and are capable of discerning ridiculous levels of details about them, given how far away they are.

Some perspective:
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+5 8. TarasFromLviv commented 11 years ago

#7 You, Sir, just made my day :P
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+6 9. LenarHoyt commented 11 years ago

Talking science and using Fahrenheit, what the hell.
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0 10. cyberdevil commented 10 years ago

Didn't like the narrating, but otherwise, great video. :)