Page details
First discovered on:
05:04pm, 09/24/09

All tags for this page:
4%
0 folks

How Solar Systems are Organized

www.space.com/scienceastronomy/070717_st_rare_hj... - Details

alyona-x: It is the rare gas giant planet that inhabits the outskirts of its solar system. Most are like our own Jupiter and prefer to stick close to their stars, a new study suggests. The finding, to be detailed in an upcoming issue of Astrophysical...

Save this page to your bookmarks.

Tagged and described by the following users:

alyona-x saved this page on 09/24/2009 05:04pm

It is the rare gas giant planet that inhabits the outskirts of its solar system. Most are like our own Jupiter and prefer to stick close to their stars, a new study suggests. The finding, to be detailed in an upcoming issue of Astrophysical Journal, helps give astronomers a better sense of how planets are arranged in the universe at large.

zoe-kinney saved this page on 10/25/2009 05:29pm

It is the rare gas giant planet that inhabits the outskirts of its solar system. Most are like our own Jupiter and prefer to stick close to their stars, a new study suggests. The finding, to be detailed in an upcoming issue of Astrophysical Journal, helps give astronomers a better sense of how planets are arranged in the universe at large.

shushama saved this page on 12/11/2009 08:14pm

It is the rare gas giant planet that inhabits the outskirts of its solar system. Most are like our own Jupiter and prefer to stick close to their stars, a new study suggests. The finding, to be detailed in an upcoming issue of Astrophysical Journal, helps give astronomers a better sense of how planets are arranged in the universe at large.

This URL was also folkd by:

by