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Barnard's Star b

Post #1by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 25.11.2018, 02:31

This adds the recently found and has a 99% chance of being real based on data, exoplanet Barnard's Star b.
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Post #2by roninwolf1981 » 24.02.2019, 05:58

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Looks awesome. So it's just the one planet discovered up there?
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Post #3by Joey P. » 24.02.2019, 06:11

Haven't downloaded it yet; but very likely good.
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Post #4by romanvida » 19.11.2020, 22:23

Hm... I cannot see the surface like at your image.....

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Post #5by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 19.11.2020, 22:28

I released this addon 2 years ago.
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Post #6by trappistplanets » 20.11.2020, 12:05

i thing i can make one that looks like that but have newer textures
is that ok Anthony_B_Russo10 ?

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Post #7by Eric Nelson » 08.06.2021, 11:20

In 2021, the radial velocity signal vanished since we got newer data about the star, proving the so-called planet doesn't exist after all: https://www.forbes.com/sites/brucedorminey/2021/05/18/astronomers-nix-idea-of-super-earth-around-barnards-star/?sh=79891a41842a

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Post #8by trappistplanets » 08.06.2021, 11:22

Eric Nelson wrote:In 2021, the radial velocity signal vanished since we got newer data about the star, proving the so-called planet doesn't exist after all: https://www.forbes.com/sites/brucedorminey/2021/0 ... barnards-star/?sh=79891a41842a
yeah that is sad

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Post #9by Eric Nelson » 08.06.2021, 11:57

It shows us that even to this day with all our technology, we never really know what's out there.
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Post #10by SevenSpheres » 08.06.2021, 12:11

Eric Nelson, please stop reiterating the same things over and over in different threads. It's spammy and annoying.
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Post #11by Eric Nelson » 08.06.2021, 12:12

It's all I had to say at this moment since there's nothing else to say about what I said before.
Exoplanets are extremely hard to find as they're so far away and technology is limited and even the transiting ones are hard to detect as the planets take up very small fractions of the stars, blocking out relatively very little of their light.
And that can be visually hard to distinguish from data artifacts.
So everyone looking for them keeps inspecting them and measuring with as much data as possible to find out whether they're real or not.


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