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Old 03-07-2011, 05:51 AM   #21
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Its great that there is an Earth-like planet but the key is getting there.
I thought of using quantum teleportation.It is that allows the quantum state of a system to be transported from one location to another, without moving through the intervening space.
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Old 03-07-2011, 10:53 AM   #22
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I thought of using quantum teleportation.
Let us know what it's like
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Old 03-07-2011, 11:56 PM   #23
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Let us know what it's like
This form of teleportation uses 8 dimensional model of space-time and uses superluminal magnetic fields. It is also known has the Hutchinson effect and in the experimental stage.

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Old 10-07-2011, 04:22 PM   #24
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not within our solar system, and as even the miggest ground bases scops can't fully see other worlds, the any news is totaly in the "dreaming" area.
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Old 11-07-2011, 08:03 AM   #25
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not within our solar system, and as even the miggest ground bases scops can't fully see other worlds, the any news is totaly in the "dreaming" area.
There are at least five techniques astronomers have tried to find planets around other stars. Three of them -- and maybe a fourth -- have succeeded!


1.direct imaging
2.astrometric (position) wobble
3.radial velocity wobble
4.high-precision photometry (transits)
5.gravitational microlensing



The Kepler Telescope will do a much better job searching for planets

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Old 11-07-2011, 03:25 PM   #26
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As I read Astronomy magazine, and as the leader of the SIAR I get news from JPL and I watch the newspapers too. As it stand for now, the most planets that have beed found are the ones called Hot Jupiters, butmthey have not found any planets that are even in the same range as Earth. and even with the newest space telescope that are looks to find out the resons for gama ray bursts.
so far, there have been NO earth sized planets found.
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Old 12-07-2011, 01:35 AM   #27
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I was reading Astronomy mag today and there was no news about another earth planet.
I get news in a fast way as I live just about 100 miles from MT.Wilson where the 100inch scope sits a looking at the stars.
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I was reading Astronomy mag today and there was no news about another earth planet.
I get news in a fast way as I live just about 100 miles from MT.Wilson where the 100inch scope sits a looking at the stars.


You have not been reading Astronomy magazine long enough.I have been a subscriber to their magazine for 25 years. The do a cover story on Earth-like planets at least three times a year
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Old 12-07-2011, 02:47 AM   #29
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As I read Astronomy magazine, and as the leader of the SIAR I get news from JPL and I watch the newspapers too. As it stand for now, the most planets that have beed found are the ones called Hot Jupiters, butmthey have not found any planets that are even in the same range as Earth. and even with the newest space telescope that are looks to find out the resons for gama ray bursts.
so far, there have been NO earth sized planets found.
The Kepler telescope will revolutionize searching for Earth like planets. I have been a guest at JPL and member of the Planetary Society since I was 15 years old. I went to high school across the street from JPL.

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I have watched the very good programs about the history of Mars and if it could be terraformed to be more Earth like. First off all mars has a cold center, not like Earths at all. Because of no planety field like our own. about 3 to 4 billion years ago when mars did have free flowing water, the suns solar wind cause the air to heat up and get lost to space. Make mars like earth? not for a full 2 billion years at lest.
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I have watched the very good programs about the history of Mars and if it could be terraformed to be more Earth like. First off all mars has a cold center, not like Earths at all. Because of no planety field like our own. about 3 to 4 billion years ago when mars did have free flowing water, the suns solar wind cause the air to heat up and get lost to space. Make mars like earth? not for a full 2 billion years at lest.
You will need the technology of a Type 1 maybe a Type 2 civilization to terraform a planet. We are a Type 0 Civilization
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they are not only using the space telescope but also the the big ones on Earth and they are getting better, only the planets in far solar systems are just a litte on the edge of being able to read what kind of gas is around them and so far none what turned out to even come close to being earth like.
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The Kepler telescope will revolutionize searching for Earth like planets. I have been a guest at JPL and member of the Planetary Society since I was 15 years old. I went to high school across the street from JPL.
At one time I did yard work for people as a living. One place that I did overlooked the JPL area. When I worked at in Pasadena and saw the info written on backbords in the cal-teck school, I was able to see a lot of "Dream" kinds of stuff they had been thinking about.
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Old 13-11-2011, 02:12 AM   #34
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so far they have foud a total of " 0 " earth type planets.
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Monday NASA declared the detection of the first Earth-like world in the habitable "Goldilocks zone." The planet could be able to support life as it is known to us. The planet, called Kepler 22-b, is 600 light-years from us. It was found using the Kepler orbiting room telescope. Understanding this world will be the next big National Aeronautics and Space Administration undertaking if it is viable for human beings. http://www.newsytype.com/13826-plane...-support-life/

I guess this is an amazing news! I really thought that our planet is the most unique among the planets because it is a perfect habitat zone. The distance of planet earth to the sun is just perfect that it does not turn our planet into a very cold one nearing to freezing zone and at the same time the heat of our planet is just enough.
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Yeah, but is it a rocky planet?
Or is it yet another gas giant...AGAIN?

Again some chancers trying to claim the first Earthlike planet.



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Old 10-12-2011, 09:24 PM   #37
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the one planet that seems to orbit around it's star in the so called life belt, is only 2.5 times bigger than Earth, I would not care to walk very far on the planet.
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Old 18-12-2011, 07:37 PM   #38
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I pick it up at the local supermarket, and read ever one I get. right now I'm reading the Dec. copy of it.
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