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3/31/07 7:03 PM
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http://ghettoblaster.tv/0307/solarsystembodies.jpg
3/31/07 7:10 PM
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Awesome!
3/31/07 8:16 PM
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Look at all those dead husks.

And then theres IZZEARTH!
3/31/07 8:17 PM
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COOL!
3/31/07 8:45 PM
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Uranus is huge! Sorry had to do it!
3/31/07 8:53 PM
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thought this was another Rosie thread
3/31/07 8:59 PM
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This is the shit that blows my mind...
3/31/07 9:01 PM
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Seriously that shit is almost beyond comprehension
3/31/07 9:05 PM
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Antares isn't even the largest known star.
3/31/07 9:06 PM
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what is the biggest one? how much bigger is it?
3/31/07 9:06 PM
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What is C A T really spelled dog?
3/31/07 9:09 PM
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* W Cephei; VV Cephei: 3,676,200,000 km (ie,288194 x Earth) * My Cephei: 3,481,250,000 km * Antares: 1,108,430,000 km * Beteigeuze: 905,125,000 km * Rigel: 86,335,000 km * Arcturus: 4,177,500 km * Pollux: 6,962,500 km * Sirius: 2,506,500 km * Sun: 1,392,500 km * Jupiter: 142,984 km * Saturn: 108,728 km * Neptune: 49,532 km * Earth: 12,756 km * Venus: 12,104 km * Mars: 6,794 km * Mercury: 4880 km
3/31/07 9:11 PM
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3/31/07 9:29 PM
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Hard to comprehend but also remember that size on its own doesnt determine significance. Finding a smaller planet than Earth that has life blows some distant supergiant star out of the water in terms of significance.
3/31/07 9:35 PM
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Just the thought of something that large.
3/31/07 9:39 PM
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Sweet Jesus. No matter how many times I look at this stuff, it never ceases to blow me away. *jacks humbly*
3/31/07 9:40 PM
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very cool stuff
3/31/07 9:42 PM
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This shit blows my mind man. I read an article on bbc.co.uk the other day about planets that revolve around two stars, that was pretty cool too.
3/31/07 9:42 PM
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lol @ our puny sun
3/31/07 9:46 PM
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"well only to use, most likely not that significant for the universe."


That's because the universe doesn't have a mind and can't assign significance to anything. We can decide what is significant to us, so until a non-human says that something is significant then we'll have to trust our own judgement.
3/31/07 10:01 PM
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That's because the universe doesn't have a mind ....

source!

3/31/07 10:02 PM
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It doesn't have a source either, it just happened
3/31/07 10:36 PM
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Love that video. A shit load of galaxies out there. Unimaginable amount of solar systems & stars
3/31/07 11:15 PM
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that video can blow me
4/1/07 12:14 AM
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Cool....the Death Star (Mimas) is orbiting Saturn!

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