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Alpha Centauri! August 27, 2016

Posted by WorldbyStorm in Uncategorized.

The week where a planet is discovered in that remarkably complex system is a good one to look at it a bit more closely. Here’s wiki’s overview on it.

When I say complex I mean it. There’s three stars in the state, A, B and Proxima Centauri where the planet has been discovered. Isn’t it strange that we cannot actually see Proxima Centuari although it is, of the three the closest of the stars. But as a red dwarf its light and heat output is vastly lesser than our own Sun.

And now a planet. More on that shortly…


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