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grapevines

You’re looking at a video of FOUR directly-imaged exoplanets orbiting a star. You’re looking at another solar system in motion pic.twitter.com/3jW8iO5oz1

— Jennifer Harrison (@GeneticJen) January 27, 2017

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First look at this star sitting 129 light-years away in the Pegasus constellation. It’s called HR 8799, circled and labelled “8799” pic.twitter.com/Lr03SOSk7a

— Jennifer Harrison (@GeneticJen) January 27, 2017

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too bad I couldn’t get the video of the Four Exoplanets orbiting to post…happy Science Sunday …loved the vids of Eugene Cernan…thanks.

la58

Heres a few Space Science sites that I go too. http://hubblesite.org, http://chandra.harvard.edu https://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov I remember the first time I found the Hubble site, I looked up and it was 5 hours later.

wi59

Oh boy just added those links to my favorites tab as I love looking at anything having to do with space exploration . Thx for the links la58

wi59

Thx for the follow up bebimbob, I happened to see a headline about the metallic hydrogen with a little info. I was hoping you would provide more info in your science series. Sounds like promising tech.

wi59

“Space the final frontier” to quote a famous show. I truly believe that a space exploration will lead to discoveries that will help save the planet and mankind. Will space exploration be allowed to continue under Trump Inc? As the pictures from space shows the damage mankind is doing to the planet. When you figure that the Politicians in charge have their collective heads up their asses on climate change the press releases from NASA are likely to be sensored like the EPA.

Don midwest

Nope. Earth is the final frontier.

Need to rediscover the earth

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