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This artist's concept depicts a proposed helium-atmosphere planet called Gliese 436b. Image credit

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I also found what appear to be three Water Giants (one also at HIP 84144, a couple elsewhere), although that'll have to wait for a return visit as I don't ...

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Gravity causes all matter to be pulled toward all other matter. When the planets were first forming, the solar system was a big, swirling disk of gas and ...

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Largest Class II Gas Giant

Computer artwork of Neptune, the outermost planet in the solar system. Neptune is a gas giant, composed mostly of hydrogen and helium with some methane.

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The cores of gas giants aren't hot enough for fusion to occur. The planets are just not big and dense enough! (Sorry Jupey!) The actual composition of the ...

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He happens to be a gas giant with water based life! Congratulations Mr.BROWN you have life! However we aren't here for that.

Damian Peach reprocessed one of the latest images taken by Juno's JunoCam during its 3rd close flyby of the planet on Dec. 11. The photo highlights two ...

Kepler Data Reveal That Exoplanets Can Be Divided Into Three Groups

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Jupiter doesn't have a defined land mass. Jupiter and Saturn are gas giants ...

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Jupiter radiates twice as much heat as the sun gives it.

What are the Gas Planets?

They have very strong gravity. They form in the Accretion disc of our early solar system. This disc contains a lot of hydrogen and helium gas.

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The gas giant Jupiter. Illustration of Jupiter and the Galilean satellites. Credit: NASA

Figure 25.28: These Voyager 2 photos have been resized to show the relative sizes of the main moons of Uranus. From left to right: Puck, Miranda, Ariel, ...

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... gas giants wouldn't be the banded ones we know today. We could mine all the helium gas from it's atmosphere if it's the rare isotope called helium 3.

Four Studies Offer New Insight into the Gas Giant Planets

The gas giants on the other hand, formed far enough away from the Sun that the temperature was cool enough for these volatile gases to condense, ...

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A hydrogen helium gas giant orbiting the red dwarf star. The planet glows an orange pick color in the dim light of its sun.

Class II Gas Giant With The Longest Orbital Period

Are there planets that are not composed of rock, like Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars? Are there planets where there is no land, just all nothingness?

... oxygen is a pale blue and solid oxygen ice is also blue, we can also assume the clouds are blue. Which will make it look like a Neptune type planet.

The gas giant Jupiter. Io and Jupiter as seen by New Horizons during its 2008 flyby. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University APL/SWRI

"Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun, was named after the Roman God Saturn. The planet Saturn is a gas giant and one of the Jovian planets.

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Highest Density Terrestrial Planets

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Astrophotographer Jerry Lodriguss selected this photo of Saturn taken by Cassini spacecraft in 2006 as his

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The closest thing to a surface are the transitional layers from gas to liquid, liquid to metallic hydrogen/helium, and possibly a rocky/metallic core at its ...

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There are four planets in our solar system that are collectively known as the “gas giants,” a term coined by the twentieth-century science fiction writer ...

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Helicon is a hydrogen helium gas giant. Large amounts of Methane in the atmosphere give the planet a darker appearance.

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Telling habitable worlds apart from lifeless gas giants

Relative distance between each of the gas giants. From left: Sun, Jupiter,

Researchers at the University of Washington studied mini-Neptunes. They say some of the

The thick atmosphere of the gas giants is made up of

To Build a Gas Giant Planet, Just Add Pebbles

And of course, I'm working on trying to iron out a technique for hunting down helium-rich gas giants so I go out of my way to look for those as well.

This artist's illustration represents the variety of planets being detected by NASA's Kepler spacecraft. A

What Is Jupiter?

Saturn has many beautiful ringlets and like other gas giants Saturn is a massive ball of hydrogen and helium.

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Uranus is the only gas giant that does not emit more energy than it receives from

Artist impressions of a variety of super-Earths. Credit: NASA Ames/JPL-Caltech

A fairly standard hydrogen gas giant with a quarter of its mass helium. The upper cloud layer appear purple in the reddish light of the k class sun.

Hydrogen compounds, such as water and methane, typically condense at low temperatures, and remain gaseous inside the frost line where temperatures are ...

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And of course, I'm working on trying to iron out a technique for hunting down helium-rich gas giants so I go out of my way to look for those as well.

Image of the four gas giants in our solar system

Saturn has many beautiful ringlets and like other gas giants Saturn is a massive ball of hydrogen and helium.

Saturn's density is so paltry that it would float in a tub of water, if there was one so large. (Photo Credit: NASAJPL-CaltechSSI )

Saturn in natural color by Cassini-Huygens

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The four gas giants of the Solar System (from right to left): Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

A standard hydrogen helium gas giant. The planet contains high amounts of helium-3, which is extracted from deep within the planet's atmosphere.

Insane exploration find: two binary star systems orbiting each other, while an enormous rogue gas giant supports water-based life at over 100K below water's ...

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This artist's concept depicts a proposed helium-atmosphere planet called Gliese 436b. Image credit

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I also found what appear to be three Water Giants (one also at HIP 84144, a couple elsewhere), although that'll have to wait for a return visit as I don't ...

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Lowest Density Gas Giants

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Gravity causes all matter to be pulled toward all other matter. When the planets were first forming, the solar system was a big, swirling disk of gas and ...

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Largest Class II Gas Giant

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Elite: Dangerous - Gas Giant with Ammonia Based Life

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The cores of gas giants aren't hot enough for fusion to occur. The planets are just not big and dense enough! (Sorry Jupey!) The actual composition of the ...

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Damian Peach reprocessed one of the latest images taken by Juno's JunoCam during its 3rd close flyby of the planet on Dec. 11. The photo highlights two ...

Kepler Data Reveal That Exoplanets Can Be Divided Into Three Groups

He happens to be a gas giant with water based life! Congratulations Mr.BROWN you have life! However we aren't here for that.

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Coldest Gas Giants

Helium-3 Gas Giant Mining Facility by ILJackson ...

Jupiter doesn't have a defined land mass. Jupiter and Saturn are gas giants ...

What Is Jupiter?

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Gas giant - Video Learning - WizScience.com

What are the Gas Planets?

They have very strong gravity. They form in the Accretion disc of our early solar system. This disc contains a lot of hydrogen and helium gas.

Megastructures 9 Gas Giant Refinery by ArtOfSoulburn ...

The gas giant Jupiter. Illustration of Jupiter and the Galilean satellites. Credit: NASA

... gas giants wouldn't be the banded ones we know today. We could mine all the helium gas from it's atmosphere if it's the rare isotope called helium 3.

An image of Jupiter, showing the great red storm.

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Four Studies Offer New Insight into the Gas Giant Planets

The gas giants on the other hand, formed far enough away from the Sun that the temperature was cool enough for these volatile gases to condense, ...

Astrophotographer Jerry Lodriguss selected this photo of Saturn taken by Cassini spacecraft in 2006 as his

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A hydrogen helium gas giant orbiting the red dwarf star. The planet glows an orange pick color in the dim light of its sun.

... oxygen is a pale blue and solid oxygen ice is also blue, we can also assume the clouds are blue. Which will make it look like a Neptune type planet.

Class II Gas Giant With The Longest Orbital Period

Are there planets that are not composed of rock, like Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars? Are there planets where there is no land, just all nothingness?

The gas giant Jupiter. Io and Jupiter as seen by New Horizons during its 2008 flyby. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University APL/SWRI

"Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun, was named after the Roman God Saturn. The planet Saturn is a gas giant and one of the Jovian planets.

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Highest Density Terrestrial Planets

Gas Giants with the Lowest Helium Atmospheric Content

REYN, AN EXOTIC HELIUM GAS GIANT:

View of Anathea, a ringed gas giant with roughly the same diameter as Jupiter orbiting in the habitable zone of its parent star.

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The closest thing to a surface are the transitional layers from gas to liquid, liquid to metallic hydrogen/helium, and possibly a rocky/metallic core at its ...

Of course, it doesn't have to be that way in a given system. In our solar system, we think that once the sun started undergoing fusion, its solar wind ...

Neptune – Facts and Information about the Planet Neptune | Space.

There are four planets in our solar system that are collectively known as the “gas giants,” a term coined by the twentieth-century science fiction writer ...

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Helicon is a hydrogen helium gas giant. Large amounts of Methane in the atmosphere give the planet a darker appearance.

Hot planet via NASA

It may take a hundred million of years or more, but eventually, all that will be left of the “Hot Jupiter” is its rocky core.

Telling habitable worlds apart from lifeless gas giants

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The thick atmosphere of the gas giants is made up of

And of course, I'm working on trying to iron out a technique for hunting down helium-rich gas giants so I go out of my way to look for those as well.

This artist's illustration represents the variety of planets being detected by NASA's Kepler spacecraft. A

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We've seen a number of planetary systems containing several planets in the 5–15 Earth mass range that orbit all within the orbit of Mercury and Venus.

A fairly standard hydrogen gas giant with a quarter of its mass helium. The upper cloud layer appear purple in the reddish light of the k class sun.

Diagram of the frost line

The WISE object that Phil mentions could be compared to a rogue planet, and it is surprisingly similar in size (however its mass is 3~10 times larger).

And of course, I'm working on trying to iron out a technique for hunting down helium-rich gas giants so I go out of my way to look for those as well.

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A size comparison of Neptune and Earth. Credit: NASA

Image of the four gas giants in our solar system

Saturn has many beautiful ringlets and like other gas giants Saturn is a massive ball of hydrogen and helium.

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Its atmosphere has storms churning around and the planet is encircled by a thin set of rings. NASA

The gas giant K2-132b expands as its host star evolves into a red giant

Saturn's density is so paltry that it would float in a tub of water, if there was one so large. (Photo Credit: NASAJPL-CaltechSSI )