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 Post subject: Re: Our universe is so rad!
PostPosted: Wed February 12, 2020 7:53 am 
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https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/11/world/repeating-fast-radio-burst-pattern-scn-trnd/index.html


That is mysterious.


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If it was civilization it would have been millions of years ago though right?


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Radio waves travel at the speed of light, which is approximately 186,000 miles per second. The repeating signal was traced to a massive spiral galaxy around 500 million light-years away.


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So have they determined if it’s Hurley or Jack yet?

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We are fucked

https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/ ... eroid-news


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It will only come as close as 3.9 million miles to us, dime.

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The asteroid will somehow hit dime.

"dime, you should go to the ESA."

"Called them, they haven't called me back. Got a piece of asteroid sticking out of my spine. Kinda fucked innit?"

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The asteroid will somehow hit dime.

"dime, you should go to the ESA."

"Called them, they haven't called me back. Got a piece of asteroid sticking out of my spine. Kinda fucked innit?"



Lumps of meteorite are worth millions. I’m up for this


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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
It will only come as close as 3.9 million miles to us, dime.

Less than 4 million miles?? :shock:

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Is it about to blow?


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Could still be a 100.000 years. A short time for a star, but very long for a human. We don't know yet.


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Could still be a 100.000 years. A short time for a star, but very long for a human. We don't know yet.



Or it could have already gone thousands of years ago an we still seen it.


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Betelgeuse is the brightest star in the night sky. It is calculated to be about 642.5 light-years from Earth. This also means that, if we see Betelgeuse explode tonight, the supernova really took place over 600 years ago, we're only seeing it now.


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That’s what I was referring to.

It’s so vast it’s impossible


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so the boy and i just went for a walk when the sun just set. outside of venus, which is unbelievably bright right now, betelgeuse is super bright. we also noticed that you can actually see the reddish/orange hue, particularly compared to the other star in orion's shoulder.

i also found out that the star is pronounced "beetle juice."

that is all.


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Ehhhhh watch til the end



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