#2 Posted by superman69 (334 posts) - - Show Bio

Is this a spam thread?

#3 Posted by Charlie_Jade (523 posts) - - Show Bio

NASA finds interesting stuff in space all the time

. NASA Discovers Two Earth-Like Planets in the Same Star System,

.A prominent astrophysicist has pinned down a real location for Superman's fictional home planet of Krypton.Krypton is found 27.1 light-years from Earth, in the southern constellation Corvus (The Crow), says Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of the American Museum of Natural History's Hayden Planetarium in New York City. The planet orbits the red dwarf star LHS 2520, which is cooler and smaller than our sun. ,

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Alpha Centauri B Has An Earth-Mass PlanetBy Keith Cowing

Earth-Mass Planet Found Orbiting Alpha Centauri B"

European astronomers have discovered a planet with about the mass of the Earth orbiting a star in the Alpha Centauri system -- the nearest to Earth. It is also the lightest exoplanet ever discovered around a star like the Sun. The planet was detected using the HARPS instrument on the 3.6-meter telescope at ESO's La Silla Observatory in Chile. The results will appear online in the journal Nature on 17 October 2012."

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http://nasawatch.com/archives/2012/10/alpha-centauri.html

http://mashable.com/2011/12/20/nasa-kepler-exoplanets/

http://www.space.com/18348-neil-tyson-superman-krypton-planet.html

#4 Posted by The_Lunact_And_Manic (3286 posts) - - Show Bio

Next week: We have found Asgard.

#5 Posted by King Saturn (225106 posts) - - Show Bio
I am wondering when they will find the planet Namek actually... 
#6 Posted by Glitch_Spawn (17132 posts) - - Show Bio

The week after. Remains of Krypton Found: Superman didn't make it to Earth and is dead.

#7 Posted by minigunman123 (3116 posts) - - Show Bio

@Glitch_Spawn said:

The week after. Remains of Krypton Found: Superman didn't make it to Earth and is dead.

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-

#8 Posted by Necrotic_Lycanthrope (2388 posts) - - Show Bio

Ah, binary star systems. One of the few things that I use to remember crap from chemistry.

Only giant balls of gas hurtling at millions of miles an hour through a infinite black abyss is better than microscopic Lego figures.