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Old September 13th 11, 02:18 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about 30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the last 3 years? TreBert
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Old September 13th 11, 03:02 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Sep 13, 6:18*am, "G=EMC^2" wrote:
Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about 30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the last 3 years? *TreBert


Google search: kepler exoplanets

only 196,000 hits

http://news.discovery.com/space/new-...ed-110912.html
http://www.space.com/10742-kepler-exoplanets-data.html

Most stars have or once had planets, though if only 10% qualify is
still allot of planets when you consider 1e12 galaxies and perhaps
5e11 stars per galaxy.

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Old September 13th 11, 09:26 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Sep 13, 7:02*am, Brad Guth wrote:
On Sep 13, 6:18*am, "G=EMC^2" wrote:

Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about 30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the last 3 years? *TreBert


Google search: kepler exoplanets

only 196,000 hits

*http://news.discovery.com/space/new-...ds-revealed-11....
*http://www.space.com/10742-kepler-exoplanets-data.html

*Most stars have or once had planets, though if only 10% qualify is
still allot of planets when you consider 1e12 galaxies and perhaps
5e11 stars per galaxy.

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The JWST should eventually more than detect ten fold as many,
including rogue/wandering planets that could outnumber all the stars
by as great as another ten fold.

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Old September 14th 11, 04:06 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 06:18:55 -0700 (PDT), "G=EMC^2"
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Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about 30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the last 3 years? TreBert


Kepler was launched in March of 2009. As of Sept. 2009, 1,235
planetary candidates circling 997 host stars had been discovered.
That's more than twice the number of the then known exoplanets. Those
results included 68 planetary candidates of Earth-like size and 54
planetary candidates in the Goldilocks Zone of their star.

As of this month, Kepler has found 1,781 planetary candidates.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler_satellite

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Old September 14th 11, 06:39 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Sep 14, 11:06*am, Painius wrote:
On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 06:18:55 -0700 (PDT), "G=EMC^2"

wrote:
Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about 30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the last 3 years? *TreBert


Kepler was launched in March of 2009. *As of Sept. 2009, 1,235
planetary candidates circling 997 host stars had been discovered.
That's more than twice the number of the then known exoplanets. Those
results included 68 planetary candidates of Earth-like size and 54
planetary candidates in the Goldilocks Zone of their star.

As of this month, Kepler has found 1,781 planetary candidates.

*http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler_satellite

--
Indelibly yours,
Paine
*http://astronomy.painellsworth.net/


WOW This is better than finding running water on Mars O ya TreBert
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Old September 14th 11, 07:36 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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FINDING YOU DEAD WOULD BE BETTER!

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On Wed, 14 Sep 2011 10:39:55 -0700 (PDT), "G=EMC^2"
wrote:

On Sep 14, 11:06*am, Painius wrote:
On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 06:18:55 -0700 (PDT), "G=EMC^2"

wrote:
Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about

30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti
Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the
last 3 years? *TreBert

Kepler was launched in March of 2009. *As of Sept. 2009, 1,235
planetary candidates circling 997 host stars had been discovered.
That's more than twice the number of the then known exoplanets. Those
results included 68 planetary candidates of Earth-like size and 54
planetary candidates in the Goldilocks Zone of their star.

As of this month, Kepler has found 1,781 planetary candidates.

*http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler_satellite

--
Indelibly yours,
Paine
*http://astronomy.painellsworth.net/


WOW This is better than finding running water on Mars O ya TreBert

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Old September 15th 11, 01:19 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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"G=EMC^2" wrote in message
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On Sep 14, 11:06 am, Painius wrote:
On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 06:18:55 -0700 (PDT), "G=EMC^2"

wrote:
Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about
30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti
Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the last 3
years? TreBert


Kepler was launched in March of 2009. As of Sept. 2009, 1,235
planetary candidates circling 997 host stars had been discovered.
That's more than twice the number of the then known exoplanets. Those
results included 68 planetary candidates of Earth-like size and 54
planetary candidates in the Goldilocks Zone of their star.

As of this month, Kepler has found 1,781 planetary candidates.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler_satellite

--
Indelibly yours,
Paine
http://astronomy.painellsworth.net/


WOW This is better than finding running water on Mars O ya TreBert

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Old September 15th 11, 01:03 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Sep 14, 11:06*am, Painius wrote:
On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 06:18:55 -0700 (PDT), "G=EMC^2"

wrote:
Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about 30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the last 3 years? *TreBert


Kepler was launched in March of 2009. *As of Sept. 2009, 1,235
planetary candidates circling 997 host stars had been discovered.
That's more than twice the number of the then known exoplanets. Those
results included 68 planetary candidates of Earth-like size and 54
planetary candidates in the Goldilocks Zone of their star.

As of this month, Kepler has found 1,781 planetary candidates.

*http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler_satellite

--
Indelibly yours,
Paine
*http://astronomy.painellsworth.net/


We must look for a star within 10 LY We must be able to know its a
rock planet,and looks like a blue marble. That is when things would
get very interesting TreBert
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Old September 15th 11, 03:12 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Sep 15, 5:03*am, "G=EMC^2" wrote:
On Sep 14, 11:06*am, Painius wrote:









On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 06:18:55 -0700 (PDT), "G=EMC^2"


wrote:
Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about 30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the last 3 years? *TreBert


Kepler was launched in March of 2009. *As of Sept. 2009, 1,235
planetary candidates circling 997 host stars had been discovered.
That's more than twice the number of the then known exoplanets. Those
results included 68 planetary candidates of Earth-like size and 54
planetary candidates in the Goldilocks Zone of their star.


As of this month, Kepler has found 1,781 planetary candidates.


*http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler_satellite


--
Indelibly yours,
Paine
*http://astronomy.painellsworth.net/


We must look for a star within 10 LY *We must be able to know its a
rock planet,and looks like a blue marble. That is when things would
get very interesting *TreBert


Yes, finding another blue and green Eden to pillage, plunder and
trash, especially to dominate and perpetrate future wars and cause
inflation, so that maximum fear and disparity is created if there's
anything of complex intelligent life to provoke, as well as blaming
everything bad on their Muslims and otherwise giving all wealth and
authority to the most satanic faith-based cult that we'll import and
help enforce their authority over others. If all goes well, we should
be able to enslave, torment and burn that planet down to nothing in
just a few thousand years.

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Old September 15th 11, 06:42 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Thu, 15 Sep 2011 05:03:10 -0700 (PDT), "G=EMC^2"
wrote:

On Sep 14, 11:06*am, Painius wrote:
On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 06:18:55 -0700 (PDT), "G=EMC^2"

wrote:
Well back in 2008 I read there were 50 Earth size planets 185 about 30%nlarger,and 640 about 2.2 times the size of Earth.Now we have ti Kepler saterlite I would like to know how many it has found in the last 3 years? *TreBert


Kepler was launched in March of 2009. *As of Sept. 2009, 1,235
planetary candidates circling 997 host stars had been discovered.
That's more than twice the number of the then known exoplanets. Those
results included 68 planetary candidates of Earth-like size and 54
planetary candidates in the Goldilocks Zone of their star.

As of this month, Kepler has found 1,781 planetary candidates.

*http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler_satellite

--
Indelibly yours,
Paine
*http://astronomy.painellsworth.net/


We must look for a star within 10 LY We must be able to know its a
rock planet,and looks like a blue marble. That is when things would
get very interesting TreBert


Already been done, friend Bert. There is nothing that near to us,
unfortunately. Unless of course they cloak themselves like the
Klingons do! g

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