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  • Information about each planet and moon in our solar system with many pictures, discussion of the history of its discovery, exploration, and physical characteristics. In addition to the planets, there are also pages about the Sun, many moons, and. — “The Nine Planets Solar System Tour”,
  • Is Earth a lonely island where human beings cling tenaciously to life, or is the Universe teeming with planets where myriad forms of life have been nurtured? For instance, astronomers have discovered numerous planets — as many as 230 so far — circling around stars. — “Space Today Online -- Faraway Planets Orbiting Distance Stars”,
  • The planet count in our solar system has gone as high as 15 before new discoveries prompted a fine The most recent change was in 2006 when scientists reclassified Pluto as a new kind of object - a dwarf planet. — “Solar System Exploration: Planets”, solarsystem.nasa.gov
  • © National Air and Space Museum. E-mail comments and corrections. to: [email protected] National Air and Space Museum Home Page. — “EXPLORING THE PLANETS - Gallery Entrance”, nasm.si.edu
  • The collection has been extracted from the interactive program "Welcome to the Planets" which was distributed on the Planetary Data System Educational CD-ROM Version 1.5 in December 1995. It has also been updated with the addition of more recent images. — “Welcome to the Planets”, pds.jpl.nasa.gov
  • The Nine Planets tour of the solar system (now the 8 Planets Tour) is no longer hosted on the SEDS server by its creator. If you came from another site like , please let that website's webmaster know that the Nine Planets web address has changed. — “Nine Planets Redirect " SEDS”,
  • Planets are bodies orbiting a star that are not stars themselves, and that are not too small. Because of their size, all planets are roughly spherical. Even if it is made of a relatively strong material like Earth's silicate rocks, any body more than 400. — “planets”,
  • planet And then there were eight. In the end, Pluto just didn't make the grade. After years of discussion, the International Astronomical Union voted. — “planet: Definition from ”,

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  • NASA 2012 PLANET X SIMULATION LEAKED - MUST SEE! In 1983 IRAS (Infrared Astronomical Satellite) spotted a red dwarf, later named M6V 11825 (Minoris). Shortly after they discovered it was moving towards us, and fearing public panic, withdrew their statement. After six months of studying the object, another red dwarf was found. It was named M6V 11826 (Majoris). The two had exited Gliese 881, which was once a trinary system. We now know that this process took approximately 1.2 billion years. The gravitational eddies from our neighboring star V645 Proxima Centauri is to blame. While 11826 was steadily moving away from the suns gravity well, towards Proxima Centauri, 11825 was discovered to have been in orbit around the sun for approximately 300 million years. There was wide speculation among the people who had access as to whether or not it wiped out the dinosaurs with a close pass. Indeed, it did. It is now known that the exact same thing is going to happen in 2012, as displayed in the simulation. It takes approximately 125 to 250 million years for the planetary orbits to repair themselves due to the gravitational riptides from Rigil Kentaurus. I have no further information. There were only 6 others who had access to the information at the time. Perhaps someone else will come forward. Please spread the word before this is forcibly removed. Or worse. A common tactic is to upload a video claiming it was a hoax, and a big joke. I am adding this to the description after they would have reviewed it, hopefully it will not be ...
  • Gustav Holst - The Planets - Mars, the Bringer of War Performance by James Levine and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Album can be found on Amazon here: Credit to TwoSkirts for finding this information! For more information on Gustav Holst, see my Holst biography and photo gallery:
  • NASA's Kepler Mission Discovers Kepler-16b, A Planet Orbiting Two Suns NASA's Kepler mission has turned fiction into fact. A world with a double sunset that was first imagined in "Star Wars" over 30 years ago in a galaxy far, far away has become scientific reality. Credit: NASA / Ames Research Center
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  • The Notwist - Gloomy Planets (Live) The Notwist perform "Gloomy Planets" LIVE with the Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra. Hamburg 8/23/2008. On Tour Now in NA The Devil, You + Me is out now on Domino (NA) & City Slang (Europe).
  • Gustav Holst - The Planets - Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity Performance by James Levine and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Album can be found on Amazon here: Credit to TwoSkirts for finding this information! For more information on Gustav Holst, see my Holst biography and photo gallery:
  • Carl Sagan's Cosmos: 'The Meat Planet' In this never before seen episode of Cosmos, Carl Sagan takes us on a journey to the often misunderstood Meat Planet, examining it's origins, geological activity and atmosphere among many other unsettling details. More information on The Meat Planet: T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE HERE: By Darren Cullen & Mark Tolson SPELLING MISTAKES COST LIVES FACEBOOK Follow me on twitter:
  • Pulsar Planets If pulsar planets could support life, it would be a life filled with dance parties. Alien Earths :
  • Nibiru...? - The Movie - Planet X Revealed Does a rogue planet, known as Nibiru invading our solar system from deep space menace our world? Why does the Mayan Calendar end in 2012? Is humanity doomed, or at the nexus of a spiritual renaissance in connection with the passing of Nibiru in proximity with our solar system? Explore these prophetic myths--while there's still time...! COMING SOON TO DVD: NIBIRU...? the Movie, Go to . for further details. NOW AVAILABLE IN A SPECIAL DVD EDITION Are We Alone - The Nibiru Connection, featuring Zecharia Sitchen, Cat# U559 - Go to .
  • Digable Planets - Where I'm From From 1993 Debut Album: "Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space)"..... Digable Planets Myspace: Get Digable Planets Music: & Digable Planets is a Grammy Award-winning American Alt Hip Hop group based in New York City, composed of Ishmael "Butterfly" Butler (from Seattle), Craig "Doodlebug" Irving (from Philadelphia), and Mary Ann "Ladybug Mecca" Vieira (from Washington, DC). They were backed by Silkworm, who later embarked on a solo career under the name King Britt. Digable Planets' fusion of jazz and hip hop received excellent reviews and solid sales with the release of its debut album, Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space), in 1993, which was certified gold by the RIAA. The album's lead single, "Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)," in 1994 became a crossover hit, peaking at #15 on Billboard magazine's singles chart, earning gold certification by the RIAA, and winning the Grammy award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. Its second album, Blowout Comb, was released in 1994 (see 1994 in music). The novelty of the group's jazz/hip-hop fusion had passed, leading to disappointing sales. The trio soon broke up due to creative differences, as well as the deaths of both of Ladybug's parents due to unrelated illnesses. However, a retrospective album Beyond the Spectrum: The Creamy Spy Chronicles was released in 2005, which included unreleased recordings. The Planets played at BB King's in Times Square, NYC on 10/8 ...
  • Kepler Discovers First Earth-Sized Planets Outside Solar System NASA's Kepler mission has discovered the first Earth-size planets orbiting a sun-like star outside our solar system. The planets, called Kepler-20e and Kepler-20f, are too close to their star to be in the so-called habitable zone where liquid water could exist on a planet's surface, but they are the smallest exoplanets ever confirmed around a star like our sun. Kepler-20e is slightly smaller than Venus, measuring 0.87 times the radius of Earth. Kepler-20f is slightly larger than Earth, measuring 1.03 times its radius. Both planets reside in a five-planet system called Kepler-20, approximately 1000 light-years away in the constellation Lyra. Kepler-20e orbits its parent star every 6.1 days and Kepler-20f every 19.6 days. These short orbital periods mean very hot, inhospitable worlds. Kepler-20f, at 800 degrees Fahrenheit, is similar to an average day on the planet Mercury. The surface temperature of Kepler-20e, at more than 1400 degrees Fahrenheit, would melt glass. For more information about the Kepler Mission, please visit www.nasa.gov
  • New Planet: Another Earth discovered by scientists? COURTESY: NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION R. Paul Butler, Planet co-discoverer Steve Vogt, Planet co-discoverer Astronomers have announced they have discovered an earth like planet that could support the crucial conditions needed for life to exist. The new planet sits directly in the middle of what is referred to as the habitable or Goldilocks zone (Gliese 581 g), unlike any of the nearly 500 other planets astronomers have found outside Earth's solar system. It also is in Earth's galactic neighbourhood, suggesting that plenty of Earth-like planets circle other stars. Astronomers say the planet is neither too far from its star, not too close and could contain liquid water.
  • ScienceCasts: Smallest Terrestrial Planet? Visit science.nasa.gov for more. NASA's Dawn probe, now orbiting Vesta in the asteroid belt, has found some surprising things on the giant asteroid--things that have prompted one researcher to declare Vesta "the smallest terrestrial planet."
  • New Planet Discovered by NASA; Kepler-22b Might Support Life NASA has identified a new planet outside our solar system that might be able to support life. Kepler-22b, named after the orbiting telescope that discovered it, is about two and a half times the size of earth and is 600 light-years away, orbiting a sun-like star. The newfound planet?s average surface temperature is believed to be a comfortable 72 degrees Fahrenheit, which means it could sustain liquid water and puts it in the so-called habitable zone. NASA has been planet hunting with its Kepler space telescope since 2009 and has now identified over 2300 potential planets, about 50 of which seem to have the right conditions to support life.
  • Planets, Stars, Nebulae, Galaxies - Universe Size Comparison 2009 [HD] ***READ THIS BEFORE ASKING ANYTHING*** This is the ultimate size comparison video that you can find on the internet in HD. Starts with the tinyest dwarf planets of our solar system, then continues with large planets, dwarf stars, stars giant/supergiant/hypergiant stars, nebulae, globular clusters and galaxies. There is the famous VY Canis Majoris rated as the biggest star known, but very few know that that the incredible IC 1101 is the largest known object in the entire universe. Only galaxy clusters are bigger than it. Hope you enjoy this one. FAQ: -Sizes are not 100% accurate as there is no way to directly measure them. -Star sizes may change in the future, and new stars may eventually appear into this biggest stars list -Song: Celtic Panpipes - Ride on
  • ScienceCasts: Morning Planet Show Visit science.nasa.gov for more! The Great Morning Planet Show of May 2011 is underway. Wake up before sunrise any day this month to see a shape-shifting alignment of heavenly lights.
  • Bill Nye Demonstrates Distance Between Planets Bill Nye The Science Guy rides his bike across a barren plain to demonstrate a scale model of the solar system
  • NASA's Kepler Confirms Its First Planet in Habitable Zone of Sun-like Star: Kepler 22-b (5/12/2011) 5th December 2011 MOFFETT FIELD, Calif. -- NASA's Kepler mission has confirmed its first planet in the "habitable zone," the region where liquid water could exist on a planet's surface. Kepler also has discovered more than 1000 new planet candidates, nearly doubling its previously known count. Ten of these candidates are near-Earth-size and orbit in the habitable zone of their host star. Candidates require follow-up observations to verify they are actual planets. - www.nasa.govFollow UFOs and Alien Life on Twitter @ "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use." Earth's Twin Discovered? (29/11/2011)- NASA's Kepler Mission Announces Latest Planetary Discovery- Meet the New Possibly Earthlike Planet: Kepler-22b- Kepler 22-b: Earth-like planet confirmed- Kepler-22b- kepler.nasa.gov Kepler-22b-
  • mars rover to mars holst the planets the popular digital simulation of the mars rover played with Holst's "mars" from "the planets" "uncanny" is all I have to say
  • Gustav Holst - The Planets Op.32 Mars, the Bringer of War
  • Holst - Jupiter Performing by Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra. Eiji Oue , conductor.
  • Why Isn't Pluto a Planet Any More? Dr. Robert Hurt explains why Pluto got... well... plutoed.
  • The Planets Song It's a song to help children remember the order of the planets. This song was written and performed by AJ Jenkins. Video by KidsTV123 Copyright 2011 KidsTV123: All rights reserved. For free MP3s, worksheets and much more: www.kidstv123.com Kids songs song for children
  • Symphonies of the Planets 2 - NASA Voyager Recordings This 10 minute clip is taken from "Symphonies Of The Planets - NASA Voyager Recordings, Volume 2." There are 5 volumes total. It was released in 1992. 'Share the journey of a 5 billion mile trek to the outer limits of our solar system. Hear the beautiful songs of the planets. The complex interactions of the cosmic plasma of the universe, charged electromagnetic particles from the solar wind, planetary magnetosphere, rings and moons create vibration "soundscapes" which are at once utterly alien and deeply familiar to the ear. Some of these sounds are hauntingly like human voices singing, giant Tibetan bowls, wind, waves, birds and dolphins. Many are familiar in a way unique for each listener.' "Voyager has left our Solar System forever. The sounds on this recording will never be made again in our lifetime." - from the back of the CD.
  • They Might Be Giants - How Many Planets? (official video) Support the band--get the audio AND video of Here Comes Science at iTunes bit.ly and the DVD/CD set at Amazon now! bit.ly Video created by ColourMovie.
  • New "Earth"-Like Planet Discovered! Jon discusses the latest news from NASA regarding the discovery of "Gliese 581g" - an "Earth"-like planet, 20 light years away, that has a reported 100% chance of supporting life. NASA Article -- bit.ly - "The World According To Jon" YouTube 'visionary', and creator of the hit web series, "Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This?", Jon Paula shares his opinionated and enlightened view of the world with you, by way of an unfiltered and sometimes harsh stream-of-consciousness. New videos usually uploaded daily! Unless an episode of "Jon's Adventure Vlog" is posted instead! +++++++++++++++++++++++ Twitter ------------- bit.ly Facebook --------- bit.ly Adventure Vlog -- bit.ly Main Channel --- bit.ly FAQ Video -------- bit.ly T-Shirts ----------- bit.ly +++++++++++++++++++++++ Created by ------ Jonathan Paula Camera ---------- Panasonic HMC-150 Software --------- Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Computer ------- bit.ly An ideo Production - © 2010. ~
  • Alien Planet "Full Documentary" Storyline The CGI or computer animated drama/documentary takes place on Darwin IV, a planet 6.5 light years from earth, with 2 suns and 60% of Earth's gravity. Having identified Darwin as a world that could support life, Earth sends a pilot mission consisting of the Mothership Von Braun and three probes: Balboa, Da Vinci, and Newton. This robotic fleet is responsible for finding and assessing any life forms on Darwin IV. Initially, the expectation is to find microscopic life, but the probes soon find themselves in the middle of a developed ecosystem teeming with diversity of life of all sizes. The drama on Darwin IV is motivated by real science missions, such as the NASA Origins Program and the NASA / JPL Planet-Finder Mission, as well as the European Space Agency's Darwin Project. "Alien Planet " is a cosmic expedition along side Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku, Jack Horner, Craig Venter, and George Lucas...
  • Gustav Holst - The Planets Op.32 Jupiter
  • Digable Planets - Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat) Music video by Digable Planets performing Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat).
  • Venus: Death of a Planet Why did Earth thrive and our sister planet, Venus, died? From the fires of a sun's birth... twin planets emerged. Then their paths diverged. Nature draped one world in the greens and blues of life. While enveloping the other in acid clouds... high heat... and volcanic flows. Why did Venus take such a disastrous turn? For as long as we have gazed upon the stars, they have offered few signs... that somewhere out there... are worlds as rich and diverse as our own. Recently, though, astronomers have found ways to see into the bright lights of nearby stars. They've been discovering planets at a rapid clip... using observatories like NASA's Kepler space telescope... A French observatory known as Corot ... .And an array of ground-based instruments. The count is approaching 500... and rising. These alien worlds run the gamut... from great gas giants many times the size of our Jupiter... to rocky, charred remnants that burned when their parent star exploded. Some have wild elliptical orbits... swinging far out into space... then diving into scorching stellar winds. Still others orbit so close to their parent stars that their surfaces are likely bathed in molten rock. Amid these hostile realms, a few bear tantalizing hints of water or ice... ingredients needed to nurture life as we know it. The race to find other Earths has raised anew the ancient question... whether, out in the folds of our galaxy, planets like our own are abundant... and life commonplace? Or whether Earth is a ...
  • Gustav Holst - The Planets Op.32 Neptune, the Mystic
  • Alien Planets & Eyeball Earths: The Search for Habitable Planets Find out, in 1080p, where to look for Extraterrestrial Life. What planets are likely to have the right conditions? And what makes Earth special? So far, in this age of planet hunting, we've yet to find anything like our solar system... with rocky inner planets in neat circular orbits, and evenly spaced gas giants on the periphery. Instead, astronomers have glimpsed a diverse planetary zoo, with giant planets in wide orbits around their parent stars, others that swing in so close they leave a comet-like tail, or molten rocky worlds emblazoned with oceans of lava. These finds have added new complexity to theories of how solar systems emerge in the birth of a star. As dust and gas swirl into the newborn star, they form a proto-planetary disk. Within this Frisbee-like structure, gravity sculpts planetary bodies that grow in size, sweeping up smaller bodies that form around them. Current theory holds that giant planets, forming on the periphery, commonly migrate into the inner solar system. This confirms the observation of so-called hot Jupiters orbiting perilously close to their parent stars. But these giants may clear out smaller rocky planets that form close to the star, creating a planetary desert... just where you'd hope to find life. Does that make the search for another Earth a wild goose chase? To find out, a group of planet hunters, using the Keck Telescope in Hawaii, examined a sample of 166 sun-like stars within 80 light years of Earth. To their surprise, they found ...
  • Planets and Stars in Scale (With Music) A mind blowing animation showing the relative size of planets and stars in our universe. Background music is from the song "Such Great Heights" by "The Postal Service". Original animation was made by , this version was found on http
  • Planet X and ET Contact - LIVE Feature - Ann Eller Ann Eller, who worked with Dr. J. Allen Hynek, the Father of UFO-Alien research, has a unique perspective on the UFO enigma. Ann's fascinating story also revisits her days in the White House during the Clinton administration, as a medevac nurse for the Peace Corps, and her exceptional encounters with other-worldly beings. Because of her time spent with Dr. Hynek, Ann offers a completely different insight into the inner workings of UFO studies and research, as well as her recollections of UFO information with which she became acquainted while serving as Hynek's personal secretary. UFOTV - Youtube! FEATURE LENGTH EXCLUSIVE featuring Ann Eller. 106 minutes. For more information visit us online at
  • NASA's Kepler Mission Announces Latest Planetary Discovery The Kepler mission's science team announced its latest finding at a press conference on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011. The team announced the confirmation of Kepler-22b, its first planet found in the "habitable zone," the region where liquid water could exist on a planet's surface. The planet is about 2.4 times the radius of Earth, orbits around a star similar to our sun and is located 600 light-years away. Scientists don't yet know if Kepler-22b has a predominantly rocky, gaseous or liquid composition, but its discovery is a step closer to finding Earth-like planets. The planet's host star belongs to the same class as our sun, called G-type, although it is slightly smaller and cooler. Kepler also has discovered 1094 new planet candidates, nearly doubling its previously known count. Since the last catalog was released in February, the number of planet candidates identified by Kepler has increased by 89 percent and now totals 2326. Of these, 207 are approximately Earth-size, 680 are super Earth-size, 1181 are Neptune-size, 203 are Jupiter-size and 55 are larger than Jupiter. The findings, based on observations conducted May 2009 to September 2010, show a dramatic increase in the numbers of smaller-size planet candidates. For more information about the Kepler mission, please visit www.nasa.gov/kepler
  • Scale - What If other planets replaced the moon? Subscribe or check my channel out, more vids in there. From Check out this specific post at post.ly/​1XOrk really cool nature and outdoor wallpapers :) Please follow brad at /​bradgoodspeed "Here's an animation I did to make you feel small, and also convey the deep awe I feel at the feet of the Universe. While watching the video of the lunar eclipse I posted the other day I was looking at the curvature of the earth's shadow on the moon. It made me think about how large the earth might look if an exact copy of it was up there instead of the moon. Soon curiosity got the better of me, and I was animating! So the basic idea is, each planet you see is the size it would appear in the sky if it shared an orbit with the moon, 380000 kms from earth. I created this video in After Effects, and because of certain technical considerations had to keep the field of view at 62 degrees. That means the foreground element is not precisely to scale. I realized this after the fact and may update the video at some point in the future. All planets are to correct scale with one another in any case. Please watch full screen in HD if possible. Oh! And please consider sharing with your friends on Twitter or Facebook." Music: Where We're Calling From - Doves
  • Damnn_Vannahh_: RT @OMG_itsRachel: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands,7 seas, over 6 billion people, and I had the unfortunate luck of meeting you.
  • HombreDeOrigami: @DepressedDarth that blows up planets, not countries...
  • Ravenn_Marie: RT @OMG_itsRachel: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands,7 seas, over 6 billion people, and I had the unfortunate luck of meeting you.
  • Mixed_up87: RT @MalikClements24: 1 universe, 9 planets, 196 countries, 804 islands, 7 seas, 7.008 billion people, And i only want you...
  • 20nay13: RT @TheComedyHumor: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands,7 seas, over 6 billion people, and I had the unfortunate luck of meeting you.
  • MalikClements24: 1 universe, 9 planets, 196 countries, 804 islands, 7 seas, 7.008 billion people, And i only want you...
  • OMG_itsRachel: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands,7 seas, over 6 billion people, and I had the unfortunate luck of meeting you.
  • KEMONDWHiTE: RT @bigrondadon: You don't deserve the world baby, you deserve the planets...........huh??? *slaps my damn self*
  • YMCMB_6969: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands,7 seas, over 6 billion people, and I had the unfortunate luck of meeting you.
  • LarrySFlury: @Talkmaster daylight doesn't speak to what he's done, it's more like planets between us!
  • jgaiters: God is like the sun, and you are like one of the planets. You can only have your orbit correct if you stay within the gravitational pull.
  • SPACGIRL66: I got the sentence. We will free all planets , (@YouTube http://t.co/pxCdCAWi)
  • Nikki_WitDaLEAN: RT @AKidNamedSpitta: We on two different planets but in the same world
  • anyukkitiw: RT @MarilynMonroeID: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands, 7 seas, and I was lucky enough to find you.
  • PhuckYoFaves: #OffTopic but … astronomers found a planet that is 2x the size of earth but has 3x our planets mass in diamonds  a Diamond planet !!
  • eileenmianorosa: Dazzling distant galaxies Photos | Dazzling distant galaxies Pictures - Yahoo! News Philippines http://t.co/PDwcBAuM via @YahooPH
  • ___efe: Digable Planets - Last of the Spiddyocks
  • cesar_planets: RT @GNev2: Song and a v good one by Mr Gallagher... http://t.co/fzANR4Oy
  • RenaissanceSlik: “@GrigoriMetatron: Digable Planets > Tribe Called Quest” Explain.
  • Divine_Mentally: RT @030888jb: im interested in those stars double,even triple the size of our sun.imagine how advanced the humans on the planets orbitting them are
  • zhiecha_arselia: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 island, 7 seas and I had the privilege to meet you. #nomention
  • _WhoreMinWoo_: @WhoreXia_ and here is exactly where i want you.....in my arms *tangles my hand into your hair,planets another kiss on your cheek*
  • RumaKapoor: @akshaykumar 1 universe, 8 planets, 204 countries, 804 islands, 7 seas, 7 billion people and my heart just love <3 uuuu.. Muah muah
  • BreeGettinChose: RT @AKidNamedSpitta: We on two different planets but in the same world
  • LarryLickem: #LRT Word to Orphir son. He thinks Tribe is mainstream jazz-hop as opposed to Digable Planets
  • Demented755: Pluto may no longer be a planet, but I feel scientists may be classifying Joe Biden's balls as planets shortly. #debates
  • _Planets: @chickenbutt_xo yeah, then i be receiving the notification mad late.
  • chickenbutt_xo: @_Planets then have to wait for it to come on.............. Z
  • BlackFolkss: RT @AKidNamedSpitta: We on two different planets but in the same world
  • LarryLickem: RT @TrapBasquiat: I've been trying to tell people RT @GrigoriMetatron: Digable Planets > Tribe Called Quest
  • TrapBasquiat: I've been trying to tell people RT @GrigoriMetatron: Digable Planets > Tribe Called Quest
  • _Planets: @chickenbutt_xo when you lock your phone for like a minute your wifi goes away right?
  • oxmatildaxo: RT @awkwardposts: I don't want to sound like a badass or anything, but when I was little we had 9 planets.
  • GrigoriMetatron: Digable Planets > Tribe Called Quest
  • _Planets: I like the new girl my dad meet >>>>
  • yeniaarteaga: Planets growing on my face <<<<<
  • _Planets: Dina is so stupid.
  • lastword14: http://t.co/IdiXaHBD Planets and stars and asteriods, oh my! #asteriod #earth
  • haybabay: @huliekellz damn.. The planets must be aligning
  • Trueee_Hooper: RT @bigrondadon: You don't deserve the world baby, you deserve the planets...........huh??? *slaps my damn self*
  • ckrajnik27: My existance on this planets for you, I ain't only here to benefit me
  • WithBey_Mobbin: RT @JaySuaveMG: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands, 7 seas, And You Thirsty AF For My Girl !
  • TalentedMrWest: When my grandmother passed, i thought of this: “I felt like the moon, the stars and all the planets had fallen on me.” - Pres. Harry Truman
  • _xShotOfMe: 1 universe, 8 planets, 204 countries, 804 islands, 7 seas, 7 billion people & my heart still tells me its YOU ! <|3 *
  • JaySuaveMG: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands, 7 seas, And You Thirsty AF For My Girl !
  • _704_boy: @catchiingair Hell yea im tryin to be playin pool wit the planets
  • bigrondadon: You don't deserve the world baby, you deserve the planets...........huh??? *slaps my damn self*
  • _Courtneeeyyyyy: RT @AKidNamedSpitta: We on two different planets but in the same world
  • Loved_Danielle: RT @AKidNamedSpitta: We on two different planets but in the same world
  • HippieLife1: RT @MarilynMonroeID: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands, 7 seas, and I was lucky enough to find you.
  • Mac_DaddyT: RT @AKidNamedSpitta: We on two different planets but in the same world
  • Gee2eR: I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/SFzmYNJO [HD] Bat For Lashes - Two Planets (Live Shepherds Bush Empire 2009)
  • PlanetsEvolve: #teamfollowback #taf #followback #tfb learn how comets become planets and moons http://t.co/H5D0YnXH @planetsevolve
  • xusie_art: Artist’s ‘Little Planets’ reimagine Houston, Galveston – Houston Chronicle http://t.co/3OS5qyyN
  • ImSupermaann: RT @Thompsonz44: 1 Universe, 8 Planets, 204 Countries, 809 Islands, 7 Seas, 6 Billion people, And still I only Love you! <3
  • LiveAnyway_____: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands,7 seas, over 6 billion people, and I had the unfortunate luck of meeting you.
  • leeysasamuels: RT @Tees_Eternity: One of the planets in space, rain diamond dust #HowAmazingIsJehovah Lord you AMAZE me too much!
  • Thompsonz44: 1 Universe, 8 Planets, 204 Countries, 809 Islands, 7 Seas, 6 Billion people, And still I only Love you! <3
  • lladydb39: RT @drtonyevans: God is like the sun, and you are like one of the planets. You can only have your orbit correct if you stay within the gravitational pull.
  • myers_mel: The Key Planets of the Social Media Universe - Infographic | Jeffbullas's Blog http://t.co/AjqUXySu
  • NicoleWasAliens: 6 Planets Align by NicoleMacias via #soundcloud http://t.co/WqRRYScP
  • eric_ebooks: [email protected]: http://t.co/Q9R0u3XD LOOKS GOOD HUH
  • studsubs330: RT @Colin_Holliday: I'll bet the other planets still hang out with Pluto and they all just steal his boo's and smoke all of his weed. #PuckFluto
  • brit2cent: @Speakerbomb ha! They don't know about planets lol.
  • dudettedotcom: Space and light years and planets made of diamonds are blowing my miiiiiind
  • Colin_Holliday: I'll bet the other planets still hang out with Pluto and they all just steal his boo's and smoke all of his weed. #PuckFluto
  • ARedArgyle: Thats my kind of planet.. DIAMONDS are difficult to find, unique, & like planets - one of a kind. ;-) http://t.co/7QYHQGLq @ageniuswithgems
  • ageniuswithgems: Thats my kind of planet.. DIAMONDS are difficult to find, unique, & like planets - one of a kind. ;-) http://t.co/Aeg53qP8 @ageniuswithgems
  • megan_62: What if instead of there being aliens on other planets, there's cats?
  • CrystalLizett0: Did you know that there's 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands & 7 seas? Yeah, me niether. cx
  • KimDerik: RT @TheComedyHumor: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands,7 seas, over 6 billion people, and I had the unfortunate luck of meeting you.
  • Trauma_HRRL: Want your music heard on the planets #1 Metal/Rock station? Email [email protected] .. Over 1.5 million listeners cant be wrong!
  • extraMORGANary: I woke, you were there, tracing planets on my foreeheaddd
  • valeclaro: "'til the suns and planets disappear, I could stay in your arms all year." the host
  • Bizarnage: RT @OrionSTARB0Y: @Bizarnage Buy a Styrofoam ball like the ones you use for planets in gradeschool and put it on a stick. Kept mine nice and formed.
  • Jus2woWILD: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands,7 seas, over 6 billion people, and I had the unfortunate luck of meeting you.
  • rockettpc: #Podast #Conspiracy #Radio #Show #Esoteric #Symbolism of the #Planets #Religion and #Government #JordanMaxwell http://t.co/7Hkzd8ky
  • OrionSTARB0Y: @Bizarnage Buy a Styrofoam ball like the ones you use for planets in gradeschool and put it on a stick. Kept mine nice and formed.
  • sparCKL: [blog] This is My Enterprise: Image from WikipediaUnited Federation of Planets, Starfleet, Constitution-class he... http://t.co/8byLLQY8
  • JM_Villarosa: I wonder if the earth teases other planets for having no life.
  • fckwndr: RT @FlightlessPilot: it's hard to think there's not aliens, when's there millions and billions of planets,stars, and universe's.
  • Sara_Smith20: RT @MarilynMonroeID: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands, 7 seas, and I was lucky enough to find you.
  • Tarnjot_B: RT @kennethbrays: 1 universe, 8 planets, 204 countries, 809 island, 7 seas, 6 billion people and my heart still told me it was you.
  • Stringg_ADing: RT @SarahAloumo: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands, 7 seas, and I was lucky enough to find you @Stringg_ADing
  • rachelhltam: I enjoy the glow in the dark stars and planets that have made it to my wall :)
  • SarahAloumo: 1 universe, 9 planets, 204 countries, 809 islands, 7 seas, and I was lucky enough to find you @Stringg_ADing

Blogs & Forum
blogs and forums about planets

  • “How do we look for planets around white dwarfs? We have to be clever. astronomy class would you be most interested in? Blog Archive. 2010 (65) October (1)”
    — Professor Astronomy's Astronomy Blog: Hunting planets,

  • “A month after ROCKtropia's release, NEVERDIE attempted to sell the Space resort to help fund all the planets that are being developed by NEVERDIE Studios. In September of 2010 Planet Calypso got its first ever official forum. Buying the EntropiaForum”
    — Entropia forums - Entropia Universe Directory,

  • “On Tuesday, at the third annual Lunar Science Forum at NASA Ames, researchers discussed everything from the of the more than 450 planets that have been discovered orbiting stars”
    Planets | QUEST Community Science Blog - KQED,

  • “Tiny Planets - Infinite fun for Inquisitive Kids”
    — Tiny Planets Blog,

  • “Planets Citizens Radio's Blog - Windows Live”
    Planets Citizens Radio's Blog - Windows Live,

  • “carl's blog. The Planets Suite and MySQL. Submitted by carl on Tue, 2010-09-14 15:14. Following three and a half very enjoyable years working on Planets, I'm now tasked with integrating some of the Planets software with the Digital Library System here at The British Library”
    — carl's blog | Open Planets Foundation,

  • “A blog about astronomy An astronomy blog usually (but not always) based in the UK. Pondering questions such as Is it a space probe or spacecraft?. Planets: questions answered. The blogosphere is now filled with complaints about the new definition by people who don't”
    — Planets: questions answered | Astronomy Blog,

Keywords
related keywords for planets

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