The Mysterious Star HD 139139 with Dr. Andrew Vanderburg

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FETUS PHILIAC
FETUS PHILIAC (@guest_965)
1 year ago

Arrogant, pompous, full of yourselves stalking harassing fucktards. You're computer nerds, big deal, you're not even that good, glitches everywhere. A dumb, boring, evil existence, and the cowards controlling it need to be taught a lesson in manners. I think that they think this is a perfect life. If I could I'd kill you and take away your fake, bullshit simulated existence. You're evil, your miserable creation is evil.

TheNoodlyAppendage
TheNoodlyAppendage (@guest_964)
1 year ago

8:00 Where can I get access to the raw kepler data on this star. Over the last 10 years I have been working on a moderately advanced noise filter that is specifically tuned for single channel (single pixel) data sets.

I foudn the site to download it, but I could use some help determining which file to grab, and also, what format is the data saved in.

Zyl'Aaeria
Zyl'Aaeria (@guest_963)
1 year ago

What I am personally wondering is if perhaps the main star of the binary pair captured the smaller red dwarf at some point & it just so happened to have a planetary system along for the ride with it. An extrasolar planetary system interacting with a pre-existing local planetary system during an interstellar encounter between their respective parent stars would explain the large number of dips in such a short span of time. Maybe there really is just that many planets present & the seemingly random transits could be the result of these planetary bodies settling down into stable orbits… Read more »

Jay Del Rosario
Jay Del Rosario (@guest_962)
1 year ago

HQ jiñqly DRYCED.MARSATURNSUNEVLUNAURANUSNUTHPENUPITER.SYR.LANQUIAS

Jay Del Rosario
Jay Del Rosario (@guest_961)
1 year ago

SATELLITES REFLEXION …

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