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    Post In Search of Other Worlds

    Look down at your feet. There... you're looking at a planet. Now look
    into the night sky and you should be able to spot a few more. After
    that, spotting additional planets becomes really hard, especially when
    you're trying to find them orbiting other stars. ...

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    Last edited by Fraser; 2006-Sep-20 at 10:33 PM.

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    Very good. love your shows. Its gonna be a great podcast to listen to for info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraser View Post
    Tried to read it, but it's not there!!!

    Kevin

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    Oops, it should work now.

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    But are these extra-solar-Dwarf Planets. How do we know that they have cleared their orbits in accordance with IAU regulations

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    I have always wondered how these discoveries were made. Thank you for explaining the science behind these techniques. You two have done an awesome job in this podcast!

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