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chaski On 28 minutes ago
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#1New Post! Jan 07, 2020 @ 02:15:00
First potentially habitable Earth-size planet discovered by TESS mission, and it's nearby...

NASA's planet-hunting mission TESS has found its first potentially habitable exoplanet the size of Earth orbiting a star about 100 light-years from Earth, according to the agency...

So... Even if we hopped aboard the space shuttle discovery, which can travel 5 miles a second, it would take us about 37,200 years to go one light-year.... or 3,720,000 years to get there...

Homo sapiens hasn't even been on earth a million years...

Super "close" I would say...

Let's jump a space ship and move...

Cpat92 On about 6 hours ago
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#2New Post! Jan 07, 2020 @ 02:39:04
@chaski Said

First potentially habitable Earth-size planet discovered by TESS mission, and it's nearby...

NASA's planet-hunting mission TESS has found its first potentially habitable exoplanet the size of Earth orbiting a star about 100 light-years from Earth, according to the agency...

So... Even if we hopped aboard the space shuttle discovery, which can travel 5 miles a second, it would take us about 37,200 years to go one light-year.... or 3,720,000 years to get there...

Homo sapiens hasn't even been on earth a million years...

Super "close" I would say...

Let's jump a space ship and move...



All we have to do is find a way to travel light years faster and create a cryogenic machine for us to sleep and not age .
Erimitus On January 23, 2020




The mind of God, Antarctica
#3New Post! Jan 07, 2020 @ 18:37:53
@chaski Said

First potentially habitable Earth-size planet discovered by TESS mission, and it's nearby...

NASA's planet-hunting mission TESS has found its first potentially habitable exoplanet the size of Earth orbiting a star about 100 light-years from Earth, according to the agency...

So... Even if we hopped aboard the space shuttle discovery, which can travel 5 miles a second, it would take us about 37,200 years to go one light-year.... or 3,720,000 years to get there...

Homo sapiens hasn't even been on earth a million years...

Super "close" I would say...

Let's jump a space ship and move...



If I am going to travel 100 light-years I what a window seat..
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