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HD 28185 b by The-Prototype92 HD 28185 b by The-Prototype92
Star Info

:bulletred: Star : HD 28185
:bulletred: Constellation : Eridanus
:bulletred: Right Ascension : 04h 26m 26.3205s
:bulletred: Declination : −10° 33′ 02.955″
:bulletred: Distance : 138 LY (42 Parsec)
:bulletred: Age : 7.5 Gyr
:bulletred: Magnitude : 7.81

:bulletblack: Notes : With an apparent magnitude of 7.81, the star is not visible with the naked eye, though it can be seen using binoculars.

Planet Info

:bulletorange: Type : Jovian (Gas Giant)

:bulletblue: Mass : 5.72 Jupiter Mass
:bulletblue: Temperature : Unknown
:bulletblue: Orbital Distance : 1.024 AU
:bulletblue: Orbital Period : 1.04 Earth Years
:bulletblue: Orbital Speed : 29.37 km/s

:bulletblack: Status : CONFIRMED

Atmospheric Composition

:bulletyellow: Nitrogen : Unknown
:bulletyellow: Oxygen : Unknown
:bulletyellow: Argon : Unknown
:bulletyellow: Carbon Dioxide : Unknown
:bulletyellow: Trace Elements : Unknown


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:bulletgreen: Given the planet's high mass, it is most likely to be a gas giant with no solid surface. Since the planet has only been detected indirectly through observations of the star, properties such as its radius, composition, and temperature are unknown.

:bulletgreen:While it is unknown whether gas giants can support life, simulations of tidal interactions suggest that HD 28185 b could harbor Earth-mass satellites in orbit around it for many billions of years. Such moons, if they exist, may be able to provide a habitable environment, though it is unclear whether such satellites would form in the first place.



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Dagohbert Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2013
great work ! looks amazing ..... damn, I love bowls :D (Big Grin)
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The-Prototype92 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks :D
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xtessa1 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2013
Awesome!
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:iconthe-prototype92:
The-Prototype92 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks :D
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ChromeBallz Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2013
Ring and cloud formations on the main planet look off... Doesn't make sense for them not to be aligned. Otherwise pretty nice.
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Prometheus273 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Yes, I saw that too.  Also, it's difficult to tell whether the moons are in the same plane as the rings.  They should be if they formed with the planet.  However, moons of that size should not be within the rings.  Their gravitational pull would destroy the ring structure in just a few orbits.  Also, assuming that at least the two moons in the foreground are Earth sized, they should be orbiting much, much, much farther away.  Both of those moons are well within the planet's Roche limit, which, at 5.7 Jupiter masses, would be very large.  Those moons would be torn apart by the planet's gravity.  Also, if that's an earth-like planet, or even a super earth, there is no way that a gas "giant" can be just a little bigger than it and have a mass 5.72 times that of Jupiter.  A gas giant with a mass that's 5.72 that of Jupiter would be much bigger than Jupiter.
Gas giants typically have atmospheres that are almost completely hydrogen and helium, with a trace of methane and water vapor thrown in.
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Prometheus273 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Mean orbital distance = 153,307,849 km.
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The-Prototype92 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I need it in AU xD
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Prometheus273 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
1 AU = 149,597,871 km

153,307,849 / 149,597,871 = 1.0247996 AU

Question:  Are you looking to be more artistic with this image, or going for accuracy?
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The-Prototype92 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A mix of both
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