Monday, 20 April 2015

#COSMIC PLANET #DRACONIS FRIENDLIES DETAIL #EXOPOLITICS

And so we only SO FAR know of just one PLANET, near the 3 races that got in touch the other day; see this post;

#11D http://www.censorednewsnow.com/quotes.html : TUTORIAL IO #TECH Meet My #DRACONiSFRIENDS EYE (i) T #EXOPOLITCS IO http://www.occupythebanks.com/2015/04/tutorial-io-tech-meet-my.html


I guess I stress GUESS (not even READ the below FIRST LINE yet), but at the BOTTOM of this post, I outline by HIGHLIGHTING, what I got 5D from IOTA DRACONIS STAR 4U heroes.... which doesn't include INTEL readiing this you WANKERS making me starve <g> donations@occupythebanks.com use it LOSER :) 

"Iota Draconis b

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Iota Draconis b[1]
Extrasolar planetList of extrasolar planets
Iota-draconis-b.jpg
Artist's concept of Iota Draconis b looking towards its giant sun
Parent star
StarIota Draconis
ConstellationDraco
Right ascension(α)15h 24m 55.7747s
Declination(δ)+58° 57′ 57.836″
Apparent magnitude(mV)3.31
Distance102.7 ly
(31.5 pc)
Spectral typeK2III
Orbital elements
Semimajor axis(a)1.275 ± 0.074 AU
Eccentricity(e)0.7124 ± 0.0039
Orbital period(P)511.098 ± 0.089 d
(1.4 y)
Argument of
periastron
(ω)91.58 ± 0.81°
Time of periastron(T0)2,452,014.59 ± 0.30 JD
Semi-amplitude(K)307.6 ± 2.3 m/s
Physical characteristics
Minimum mass(m sin i)8.82 ± 0.72 MJ
Stellar flux(F)34.3 
Discovery information
Discovery dateJanuary 8, 2002
Discoverer(s)Frink et al.
Discovery methodDoppler Spectroscopy
Discovery statusConfirmed
Other designations
HD 137759 b, HIP 75458 b
Database references
Extrasolar Planets
Encyclopaedia
data
SIMBADdata
Exoplanet Archivedata
Open Exoplanet Cataloguedata
Iota Draconis b was discovered in 2002 during a radial velocity study of K-class giant stars and was the first planet discovered orbiting a giant star. It is in an eccentric orbit, which aided its detection as giant stars have pulsations which can mimic the presence of a planet.[2]

References[edit]

  1. Jump up^ Butler; Wright, J. T.; Marcy, G. W.; Fischer, D. A.; Vogt, S. S.; Tinney, C. G.; Jones, H. R. A.; Carter, B. D. et al. (2006). "Catalog of Nearby Exoplanets"The Astrophysical Journal 646 (1): 505–522. arXiv:astro-ph/0607493Bibcode:2006ApJ...646..505Bdoi:10.1086/504701.
  2. Jump up^ Frink; Mitchell, David S.; Quirrenbach, Andreas; Fischer, Debra A.; Marcy, Geoffrey W.; Butler, R. Paul et al. (2002). "Discovery of a Substellar Companion to the K2 III Giant Iota Draconis"The Astrophysical Journal576 (1): 478–484. Bibcode:2002ApJ...576..478Fdoi:10.1086/341629.

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AND NOW, from the PREVIOUS POST; the EXCERPTED TOP PART:

"Iota Draconis
 (ι Dra, ι Draconis) is a star in the northern circumpolar constellation of Draco. It has the traditional name Edasich, a name that comes from the Arabic Al Ḍhiba' of Ulug Beg and the Dresden Globe, or Al dhīlī 'Male hyena' by Kazwini, with Eldsich being recorded in the Century Cyclopedia.[8] A visually unremarkable star of apparent magnitude 3.3,[2] in 2002 it was discovered to have a planet.[10] From parallax measurements, this star is located at a distance of about 101.2 light-years (31.0 parsecs) from Earth.[1]"

And I got CONTACT from LOVELY PEEPS hey! THANKS SO SO MUCH for the IT IO CHIPS FIBRE OPTICS if I am wiring MYSELF my OWN interpretation over the top of things ... nice peeps at THESE THREE LOCATIONS/these three races 


Al Ḍhiba' of Ulug Beg and the Dresden Globe, or Al dhīlī 'Male hyena' by Kazwini 

aka

Edasich

Welcome if you're reading this; to DATA on PLANET EARTH :) hehe! :) 
Sources
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iota_Draconis_b

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