Tag Archives: Goldilocks Planet

Why CMEs may have sabotaged our plans to colonize Gliese-581g

This is a followup to my posts about the Goldilocks planet, Gliese-581g, in a way. It’s expected, according the book Chasing the Sun (I read an article by NPR which cited the book), that the next couple years may well … Continue reading

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This one is just… nonexistent?

Looks like I’ve got to do a followup on Gliese 581g. Some updated stories have said it might not exist, after all. Discover Magazine seems to have it wrong; the International Astronomical Union does not meet every year, but every … Continue reading

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Kids in space. Also Goldilocks.

With the advent of one of the first Goldilocks planets (the second, according to that Wiki page) being discovered very recently, I decided to theme this post to space. First I’ll talk about Gliese 581 g, this newly-discovered Earthlike Goldilocks … Continue reading

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