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(BBC-US)   Oort Cloud: Filled with icy debris from alien stars, or maybe not?   (bbc.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Solar System, Comet, Sun, Oort cloud, Oort Cloud, shape of a classic comet, Planet, Jupiter  
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2021-06-22 4:13:44 AM  
Not.
 
2021-06-22 4:25:30 AM  
Icy debris, but not the aliens
 
2021-06-22 5:18:45 AM  
I wouldn't br so surprised if we've swapped spit with other star systems.
 
2021-06-22 5:46:31 AM  
I always thought it was nougat.
 
2021-06-22 5:59:19 AM  

RedVentrue: I wouldn't br so surprised if we've swapped spit with other star systems.


Hey, you know the drill.  Fark's not your personal erotica site.
 
2021-06-22 6:57:54 AM  
If the oort cloud exists it's filled with the solar system.

For now though it's filled with theoretical science bc it's never been observed or measured
 
2021-06-22 7:16:00 AM  
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Oh, sorry. Thought you said Orz cloud. I did some *happy dancing*
 
2021-06-22 7:35:31 AM  
You can't get gravitational collapse without ejecting a significant mass.
 
2021-06-22 8:37:27 AM  
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You Oort to know.....
 
2021-06-22 12:21:40 PM  
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2021-06-22 5:35:16 PM  

freakdiablo: RedVentrue: I wouldn't br so surprised if we've swapped spit with other star systems.

Hey, you know the drill.  Fark's not your personal erotica site.


Yes it is. Speak for yourself.
 
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