6.9? damn so close. Some fun blocked by a period
@Lord Cthulhu, only if you’re a coward.
@Lord Cthulhu, Ni.ce
@Lord Cthulhu, how many times have you had to say "some fun blocked by a period"?
@Lord Cthulhu, i play moses on that sh×t , gotta part the red sea
@Lord Cthulhu, why should a period block the fun?
Yea because the sky is not gigantic and they tools to View at distance cover a small amount. This is only worth even noticing if it was an area that was looked over 10 times.
Damn nasa you suck
@megamanx181x, to be fair, so much data has been generated by the various sky surveys, such as the Kepler Survey, that they don’t have enough people to go through it all. They just gave the intern a chunk of data and let ‘em go to town. It was mostly dumb luck that the data set the intern got had a planetary system in it. But it is a testament to the intern’s ability to analyze data, nonetheless.
@Hot Coffee, do you believe in luck my friend? Cuz I believe he got freaking lucky too
@Hot Coffee, I know… I just wanted to sound cool….
@Hot Coffee, Also worth considering that thousands of planets (similar to earth) have been discovered since the Hubble got launched in the 90’s. So like, its cool and all but I’m sure the scientists there weren’t jealous at all. Finding planets like that used to be an impossibility. Now its common place
@megamanx181x, you always sound cool, my man
@seeUpee, absolutely. I also would want my superpower to be extreme good luck.
@Hot Coffee, aww shucks
@Pat Myckok, Nice
@Pat Myckok, Nice
@Hot Coffee, No Ice
Plot twist: stays a planet longer then pluto
Shyamalan twist: it's a dirty lens...
@That one lurker, Morty twist: "I know the difference between a man on the moon and a smudge on the lense!"
@BadLuckForeverAlone, can you say the same about the man on the wing of the plane?
“Clearly, it was his youth. Everyone else at NASA are simply too old.”
I mean pick a point in the sky and there's probably an undiscovered celestial body out there. As time and technology advance, it be like that.