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Giant 'planet' found at the galaxy's center

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geraldnewfie

Planet X

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seaturtlehorsesnake
11 minutes ago, geraldnewfie said:

Planet X

the center of the galaxy is just a little outside of our solar system, I'm afraid.

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29 minutes ago, seaturtlehorsesnake said:

the center of the galaxy is just a little outside of our solar system, I'm afraid.

Why, isn't Earth the center of the universe? 

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_KB_

Hmmm...they have a organization that looks at stuff called Ogle... interesting
Note:

ogle
ˈəʊɡ(ə)l/Submit
verb
1.
stare at in a lecherous manner.

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grimsituation6

our solar system is at the edge of the galaxy not the middle

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grimsituation6

also the universe is so large that literally anything is possible, a planet with only flying pink elephants exists, its a 99.9% probability, also the universe is so big that 0.1% of it is probably around the percentage of it we have discovered.

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grimsituation6

and we also know that even what we thought was fundamental, like physics, can actually fail, which is scary, it's a mystery to me that we don't have complete control over our existence, that we have limits when our universe doesn't seem to.

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toast
11 hours ago, grimsituation6 said:

our solar system is at the edge of the galaxy not the middle

Our solar system isnt at the edge of the galaxy.

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grimsituation6
4 hours ago, toast said:

Our solar system isnt at the edge of the galaxy.

yes it' in the outer %15 of the galactic ring, at the edge kiddo

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grimsituation6

hense the reason we can see a majority of the galaxy at night in one direction of the sky and not all directions.

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grimsituation6

not the middle guys, the edge

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grimsituation6

why is this not common knowledge? 

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32 minutes ago, grimsituation6 said:

yes it' in the outer %15 of the galactic ring, at the edge kiddo

- Our galaxy has a diameter of ca. 100K LY

- Sagittarius A is at the center of our galaxy

- The distance in between the Earth and Sagittarius A is ca. 26K LY

- So the the Earth isnt located in the outer %15 of the galactic ring

- Take additional math lessons, kiddo

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bmk1245

Lets say Solar system is in suburbs. Would that solve the dispute?

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19 minutes ago, bmk1245 said:

Lets say Solar system is in suburbs. Would that solve the dispute?

If facts are involved, there cannot be a dispute

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grimsituation6
1 hour ago, toast said:

If facts are involved, there cannot be a dispute

it's not my opinion, we sit 2/3 of the way out and in the last %15 of the total material in our galaxy, I just showed you the picture that shows where we are. why are you being over-obviously ignorant. and i dont need to know the math, that's what NASA is for.

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3 minutes ago, grimsituation6 said:

and i dont need to know the math, that's what NASA is for.

Who want to join the chorus need to know the lyrics at least.

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5 minutes ago, grimsituation6 said:

no it wouldn't, we are nowhere near the middle, we are at the outer edge, it' logic, 95% of the milky way is in one direction of the sky, therefore we are looking at it from the very edge, idiots.

How does that match with your 15% claim, genius?

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grimsituation6
Just now, toast said:

How does that match with your 15% claim, genius?

again we sit in the last %15 of mass, we can see around 35-45% of the total night sky at any given point on earth, therefore 95% of our galaxy, that which we sit in and that towards the center can be seen any given night provided the earth is facing that direction, usually late summer.

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grimsituation6

if we were in the middle we would only be able to see a small portion of the galaxy as the rest would be behind us, common sense

 

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grimsituation6

I can' believe I have to argue this, so I'm just going to give the Google link to "where is earth in relation to the center of the milkyway?"

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