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Five greatbooks on Extra-Solar planets:Extrasolar planets: the search for new worldsStuart Clark (1998)NewWorlds in the Cosmos: the discovery of ExoplanetsMichel Mayor and PierreYves Frei (2003)The New Worlds: extrasolar
I recall last month, a few news articles were published regarding how extreme tidal forces and heating would trigger runaway greenhouses and strip planets of whatever oceans they might have.One such article:
John Whatmough put it best when he wrote the rules. As this website is based off of his original website, it's logical to use the original rules.John Whatmough wrote:This forum is dedicated to scientific discussion and speculation about extrasolar
Hey guys. Excuse my english grammar.I find this site a few minuts ago.I am a web master and an interested one in exoplanets.So, after thats years extrasolar vision don't have more updates, I decided to create my own extrasolar vision.I use so
If anything the speculations forum is a bit redundant, many subjects that come up there could go into planetology (mainly going by what went in there on EV1). Furthermore, the Planetology forum seems to be specifically about the planets themselves: the
HiI sent a message to the webmaster of EV to know how to use Artworks for my website.But on, he did not answer me.I come to see you to wonder the way to be followed.Regarding my website:My website is in French (link). The broadcastin