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(New Scientist)   First image ever of a "planet" outside our solar system. That's what they tell us anyhow   ( divider line
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2002-01-09 02:01:01 PM  
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Planet resides in the sphincter solar system
2002-01-09 02:05:32 PM  
"The star is called 15 Sge "

i guess you run out of Norse/Roman/Greek God names eventually, maybe they could name heavenly bodies after Friday the 13th or Police Academy sequels. that should last them for awhile.
2002-01-09 02:18:41 PM  
actually i think it's more a star than a planet...get the facts straight...
2002-01-09 02:19:07 PM  

Is it Bizzaro World like on SuperFriends?
2002-01-09 02:39:09 PM  
This planet was also found close by.

[image from too old to be available]
2002-01-09 02:39:59 PM  
Name: Zitonuranus
2002-01-09 02:56:55 PM  
Has it barely missed destroying all life on earth yet? Gotta be carefull with all these rampaging space things floating around lately.
2002-01-09 03:41:08 PM  
Huracan: Okay, where are you?
2002-01-09 05:29:32 PM  
It's really a brown dwarf. And if that doesn't sound like something to call a turd then I don't know what does.
2002-01-09 05:45:26 PM  
"It's heading for that small moon!"

"That's no moon..."
2002-01-09 08:51:17 PM  
So if Boss is right, Liu's object is a brown dwarf.

I think my dog left one of those on the carpet. Bad dog!
2002-01-10 01:33:06 PM  
2002-01-10 01:36:11 PM  
ok, work for me photo Island......
2002-01-10 01:36:35 PM  
aaaarrrrgggghhhh!!!! >:l
2002-01-10 01:36:57 PM  
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2002-01-10 01:37:09 PM  
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