Friday, May 11, 2018

First Time Helium Detected in an Exoplanet?

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-05052-w


Helium is detected on all exoplanets that are young, and was detected in stars from spectrographs over 100 years ago. Astronomers call young exoplanets, "stars", unfortunately. Like separating babies from humans as a distinct species.

Why? Who knows. All I know is that these "firsts" are all in accordance with outdated theory and terminology that does not accurately describe nature.

What is cool though, the main book has about 487 unique I.P. downloads.

Version 3

Some of them are paying attention. Too bad they aren't publicly acknowledging the discovery of stars actually being young exoplanets. I guess it will take a few decades. 

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