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#132 - doodogger
Reply +16
(11/07/2011) [-]
imagine living on a planet that is as big as the biggest star (VY canis majoris), it would take so long to explore the whole thing, we wouldn't even know what most of the wildlife on it look like. holy ****. how small russia would be on that planet.
imagine living on a planet that is as big as the biggest star (VY canis majoris), it would take so long to explore the whole thing, we wouldn't even know what most of the wildlife on it look like. holy ****. how small russia would be on that planet.
#158 to #132 - rawrimgiibson
Reply +2
(11/07/2011) [-]
Actually if a planet gets to large then it has a good chance in turning into star. Take Jupiter for example... If it got any bigger when it formed we would have had a second star in our solar system... that = no night
#168 to #158 - nigeltheoutlaw
Reply +1
(11/07/2011) [-]
Beat me to it, I was going to say the exact thing.
#170 to #168 - rawrimgiibson
Reply 0
(11/07/2011) [-]
think about never seeing darkness... how ****** would we be with no internal clock
#161 to #158 - doodogger
Reply +1
(11/07/2011) [-]
how would a big planet turn into a star?
#167 to #161 - rawrimgiibson
Reply +2
(11/07/2011) [-]
Well the only reason it would happen to Jupiter is because it's a gas planet. But the reason is there would be the gas being compressed so much it may create enough heat to ignite the gas and that is how it would become a star. but as we know now there wasn't sufficient heat and the planet stabilized some time later.
#182 to #167 - doodogger
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(11/07/2011) [-]
If we were to make a giant nuke and launch it (plus all the other nukes on earth) it would ignite the gas and turn jupiter into a star?
If we were to make a giant nuke and launch it (plus all the other nukes on earth) it would ignite the gas and turn jupiter into a star?
#381 to #182 - rawrimgiibson
Reply +1
(11/07/2011) [-]
LOL im not sure but I still dont think that would be enough. The centre of the Sun is estimated to be over 1,000,000*F
#395 to #381 - doodogger
Reply 0
(11/08/2011) [-]
Isn't the way the sun works (and other stars) different then igniting a giant gas planet?  A star lasts billions of years and wouldn't the ignited gas planet burn up pretty quick like gasoline fumes?  
  
I don't really know though.
Isn't the way the sun works (and other stars) different then igniting a giant gas planet? A star lasts billions of years and wouldn't the ignited gas planet burn up pretty quick like gasoline fumes?

I don't really know though.
#140 to #132 - anon
Reply 0
(11/07/2011) [-]
a planet that size, we to this day, would not have discovered all of it
#134 to #132 - mauiskater
Reply +9
(11/07/2011) [-]
how small russia would be on that planet? how about how small the ******* earth would be, or the sun or some ****