How Planets Go Rogue

How Planets Go Rogue

A new study has found that exoplanets in wide binary star systems, or two-star systems in which the stars have “elongated orbits,” have a chance of being thrown out into the vast emptiness of interstellar space. You know what that means! Hercolubus. Wormwood. Planet X. Well, perhaps not. The research was conducted using computer simulations, which …

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Billions And Billions Of Planets

It wasn’t long ago when the people of Earth believed they were the center of the universe, that the sun revolved around our planet. We were a singular, solitary world. A special place in a sea of nothingness. It wasn’t even until the early 1990s that we confirmed the discovery of an extrasolar planet. Things …

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