Thursday, April 23, 2015

NASA Exoplanet/Star Light Curves Archive, Stellar Metamorphosis

Since a "light curve" signals a single star in most cases, and a single star is a young exo-planet according to stellar metamorphosis, the NASA Exoplanet Archive has actually been keeping track of 21,340,879 exoplanets.

Given that each "star"(exoplanet) has at least 2 other objects orbiting it, that means they have already discovered 63,000,000+ exoplanets!

Oh, and the "false positives" with binary stars, well, all stars are young exoplanets! We can count them too!

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