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○ 🌙 2018 / 01 / 18
○ 🍯 kim jongdae, exo.
○ 💫 exo left dubai already and are back to korea now buttt they looked like they genuinely enjoyed and had the time of their lives in dubai!! i'm so happy they get to have a break and enjoy new things ~ they looked so happy and smiley aww :') thanks to dubai for treating them right; with respect and making them feel comfortable!! and thank you to all the aeris who attended watching the fountain, thank you for cheering and taking the time off your busy lives to support exo !! i love our family <3 the fountain was absolutely beautiful, it's an honour for exo to be the first korean group to attend and have their song played to the whole of dubai ! even though not all of exo's members could attend (yixing and kyungsoo), hopefully they all (ot9) can attend a similar event in the future << hope everyone had an amazing day today, love u all ❤️
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Oh baby! Astronomers hope to glimpse giant newborn planet’s rings and moons during rare transit!
In 2009 researchers spied the faint glow of a hot, young giant planet, 10 times the mass of Jupiter, in a roughly 20-year orbit. Now dubbed β Pictoris b, it is one of only a handful of exoplanets to be imaged directly.
Astronomers are staring at the nearby star in hopes of seeing the giant baby of a planet pass across its face, perhaps accompanied by dust clouds, rings, or newborn moons.
Astronomers have seen thousands of exoplanets transit, or cross the face of their stars, eclipsing a fraction of their light. But β Pictoris, a bright star just 63 light-years away, is special. It is a natural laboratory for how solar systems form because it is only 24 million years old—the planetary equivalent of a baby of a few weeks!
Once the predicted transit of β Pictoris b is over, the astronomers will keep watching the star and its planet nursery, hoping to see something else, like the fleeting transit of a smaller baby planet.