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Originally posted by Ophiuchus13
reply to post by tauristercus
Personally, What my eye's see ( i know i'm gonna get shot down for this one) But what i think it could posibly be is the start of a black hole or maybe a work hole and what that glow maybe is the remnant's of the star dying...
-Just my 2 penny's
Originally posted by Gorman91
proto planetary disks are usually bright and larger.
[edit on 15-8-2009 by Gorman91]
Originally posted by ricwolt
google space- orion
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6 10 12
Originally posted by tauristercus
Now, how do I edit my thread title ????
Originally posted by urk1971
could this be the Rama spacecraft ?
The Maya of Central America had a folk tale which dealt with Orion's part of the sky, known as Xibalba. Their traditional hearths included in their middle a smudge of glowing fire that corresponded with the Orion nebula. This is clear pre-telescope evidence that the Maya detected a diffuse area of the sky contrary to the pin points of stars
Originally posted by Phage
It is not an imaging artifact. It could, in fact, be a planetary system in it's infancy, a proto-planetary disk surrounding its star.
Originally posted by zorgon
Can we see if its still there? If its not there anymore then I would say it was a 'plasma hole'