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Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
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borg Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
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Saturn now ranks first in our solar system for the most moons orbiting a planet. Perhaps there is a base on one or more of these moons for aliens. Perhaps in the future they may help humanity if we ever colonize our solar system on a large scale. Science, science fiction, and astrology people what do you think of this new knowledge?

"Saturn has overtaken Jupiter as the planet with the most moons, according to US researchers.

A team discovered a haul of 20 new moons orbiting the ringed planet, bringing its total to 82; Jupiter, by contrast, has 79 natural satellites.

The moons were discovered using the Subaru telescope on Maunakea, Hawaii.

Each of the newly discovered objects in orbit around Saturn is about 5km (three miles) in diameter; 17 of them orbit the planet "backwards".

This is known as a retrograde direction. The other three moons orbit in a prograde direction - the same direction as Saturn rotates.

Two of the prograde moons take about two years to travel once around the ringed planet.

The more-distant retrograde moons and one of the prograde moons each take more than three years to complete an orbit."

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-49962134
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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
I have a feeling that our planet is protected by other alien races and maybe they have stations on other moons with huge weapons to scare of other aliens
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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Did you know? in "Sirens of Titan", Kurt Vonnegut describes a Taj Mahal on the moon Titan, and the animals that live on it.. might he have had a revelation or two?

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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
How much force does Jupiter have ?


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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
I wonder how many didn't make it into a orbit and became part of the planet.

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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
What the heck does Saturn need with 82 moons? Surely this is taking the idea of a spare in case one breaks to extremes?

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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Shouldn't they know this already if they have equipment that can see trillions of miles into other galaxies and have sent probes past pluto? Just more space BS.
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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-09-2019 12:28 AM)
Shouldn't they know this already if they have equipment that can see trillions of miles into other galaxies and have sent probes past pluto? Just more space BS.

Exactly what first came to mind. Makes no sense whatsoever.

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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Saturn's A side is gonna fill up soon. Gonna have to poleflip to the B side.
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A series of low amplitude high frequency signals collectively imitating a high amplitude low frequency sine wave. Saturn is the square wheel of our cosmic vehicle,the horned beast of the apocalypse,the inverted digital emulation of the Word of God
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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Roddy  Wrote: (10-09-2019 12:47 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-09-2019 12:28 AM)
Shouldn't they know this already if they have equipment that can see trillions of miles into other galaxies and have sent probes past pluto? Just more space BS.

Exactly what first came to mind. Makes no sense whatsoever.

Different types of astronomy are based on different areas of the EM spectrum... what we see visually is just a small part of that.

It's why we have "Radio telescopes" and such...

Conversely... it' easier to see a far off radio source than it is to see the visual light of something in our solar system that is in the deep cold far from the light of our star the sun...

Interestingly...now that we have confirmed gravitational waves with the LIGO... ligo is it? detector... now we have a new way of measuring the cosmos...

the stretching and wavy deal of space time I guess... neutron stars collide. lol

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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
Roddy  Wrote: (10-09-2019 12:47 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-09-2019 12:28 AM)
Shouldn't they know this already if they have equipment that can see trillions of miles into other galaxies and have sent probes past pluto? Just more space BS.

Exactly what first came to mind. Makes no sense whatsoever.

I have to concur.

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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
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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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
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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• 200 Proofs Earth Is Not a Spinning Ball, http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/2015/...-ball.html
• Flat Earth Research: pp. 999-1001,
http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-90006-p...t=Research
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So all this time 20 Saturn moons remained hidden from NASA? Same guys that can perfectly describe new planets, and black holes thousands of light years away, but can't give you a clear image of the earth, or that cool dune buggy they left on the moon for the aliens to play around with?

Goes to show you...NASA is fake.
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RE: Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-09-2019 12:28 AM)
Shouldn't they know this already if they have equipment that can see trillions of miles into other galaxies and have sent probes past pluto? Just more space BS.

Ah, you're confused by the whole small vs far away thing.





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