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Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
tethys
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10-09-2019 03:55 PM

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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
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grav  Wrote: (10-09-2019 01:19 PM)
Myths say that Saturn was our sun before the present world age.

Did you know that you can photograph far distant planets with a Nikon p900? I know it sounds impossible to zoom in on something millions of miles away, but . . .
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I concur, the gas giants orbited close to the sun and the Earth was a moon of Saturn which remained to orbit the sun after solar system changes. The similarities between the Earth and the moon of Saturn, Titan are too many to be a coincidence.

Gas-Giant Exoplanets Cling Close to Their Parent Stars

Gemini Observatory’s Planet-Finding Campaign finds that, around many types of stars, distant gas-giant planets are rare and prefer to cling close to their parent stars. The impact on theories of planetary formation could be significant.

https://www.gemini.edu/node/12025
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Post: #17
RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Meh.
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Post: #18
RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
I'm still stewing over Pluto!....damn new planet rules!
Hate em! Tissue
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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Unincorporated Human  Wrote: (10-09-2019 10:54 AM)
I guess the pioneer 11, voyager 1, voyager 2 and Cassini space probes all missed them.

It is a good thing we have telescopes. lol

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Post: #20
RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
UnAcceptance  Wrote: (10-09-2019 04:27 PM)
I'm still stewing over Pluto!....damn new planet rules!
Hate em! Tissue

They really trolled the public with Pluto. I'm sure this is just a coincidence, right? Just carry on with your day. Nothing to see here. And don't, I repeat DON'T, look into the connections between NASA and DISNEY!



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banana RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Trump, making Saturn great again!
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Post: #22
RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Jupiter
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Post: #23
RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
UnAcceptance  Wrote: (10-09-2019 04:27 PM)
I'm still stewing over Pluto!....damn new planet rules!
Hate em! Tissue

A planetoid is a small planet no? We already knew that Pluto was a small planet. So really, nothing changed except the terminology.

Pluto is still a planet, just a small one.
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