Jupiter brown dwarfs

A nebula planet being born?

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In theory a new planet being born from a dusty plasma disk around a star. The usual peer reviewed proclamation of interpretation of minimal data as fact and proof. Even when observed nature goes against astronomy theories and mathematical models. This image from the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope is the first clear image …

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Iron stars and Jupiter brown dwarfs

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Jupiter brown dwarfs are usually found orbiting around iron rich suns – richly emitting or element transmuting iron stars. investigators want to distinguish between two suspects: a giant planet and a celestial object called a brown dwarf. Brown dwarfs are more massive than planets, but less massive than the smallest stars. They are thought to …

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Brown dwarf roses

Brown dwarfs stars are gas giants planet

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. This peer reviewed research compares how similar brown dwarf stars are to gas giant planets. The atmospheric winds of brown dwarfs seem to be more like Jupiter’s familiar regular pattern of belts and zones than the chaotic atmospheric boiling seen on the sun and many …

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Our Sun was born with a binary twin?

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What do you get when you add a theoretical physicist with a radio astronomer? A binary pair? A parent of binary twins? And mix that result with actual observations but interpreted and algorithmed? All stars born as binary pairs?

And what would that mean for everything?

Brown dwarf planets

Are brown dwarfs failed stars or are they Jupiter and Saturn like planets? Brown dwarf planets, not ultra cool dwarf (star) Jupiters (planet)? Sometimes a brown dwarf is actually a planet—or planet-like anyway. A team … discovered that what astronomers had previously thought was one of the closest brown dwarfs to our own Sun is …

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