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KID 5817566 - Type A

Listed on VSX as EA

http://www.aavso.org/vsx/index.php?view=detail.top&oid=140813

almost 7 years ago
       
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A known #eclipsingbinary of Algol type; period 8.41043 days; more data here: http://www.aavso.org/vsx/index.php?view=detail.top&oid=140813

about 8 years ago
       
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oh, the odds aren't good of finding life on any particular planet. i just thought it's a cool idea.

about 8 years ago
       
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Life wouldn't be likely. Even If a planet was in the habitable zone, the star is a massive A V star, probably 2 billion years old at most.

about 8 years ago
       
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it's so cool to find transits on a blue star. wouldn't it be awesome to see what colors life would be on that type of planet?

about 8 years ago
       
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Looks like a #planet to me, orbiting a regular #variable star.

about 8 years ago
       
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Cepheid variables don't go this quickly, do they?

about 8 years ago
       
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kinda looks like a little planet to me ^^ a little planet with a small orbit

about 8 years ago
       
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May be this star has a small companion

about 8 years ago
       
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Could this be a binary system?

about 8 years ago