#3
That's really impressive, a fiery tornado the size of earth. And to think, there are probably similar tornadoes the size of our sun on other stars.


And this related headline made me laugh
Eruption on 'boring' Uranus excites world of astronomy

Nothing like an exciting eruption on uranus.
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#4
Quote by Kensai
That's really impressive, a fiery tornado the size of earth. And to think, there are probably similar tornadoes the size of our sun on other stars.


And this related headline made me laugh

Nothing like an exciting eruption on uranus.


I love exciting solar eruptions.
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#6
Quote by WholeLottaIzzy
300,000 mph? Shit the bed.

It's not that fast when you consider we're moving on average at 18 miles per second (67000 Mph).

Our sun looks heaps cool in that video!
#8
Quote by mybanez
It's not that fast when you consider we're moving on average at 18 miles per second (67000 Mph).

Our sun looks heaps cool in that video!

Actually, nobody actually knows how fast the Earth is actually moving. We're moving at a velocity a lot higher than that around The Great Attractor.
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#9
Quote by mybanez
It's not that fast when you consider we're moving on average at 18 miles per second (67000 Mph).

Our sun looks heaps cool in that video!

Physical particles being magnetically impelled to 300,000 mph is pretty fucking fast.
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#10
Alright screw making moon colonies or putting a man on mars,


LET'S GO TO THE SUN!
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Quote by Kensai
That's really impressive, a fiery tornado the size of earth. And to think, there are probably similar tornadoes the size of our sun on other stars.


And this related headline made me laugh

Nothing like an exciting eruption on uranus.

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#14
Quote by Kensai
That's really impressive, a fiery tornado the size of earth. And to think, there are probably similar tornadoes the size of our sun on other stars.


And this related headline made me laugh

Nothing like an exciting eruption on uranus.



Hmm. I thought we changed its name to Urectum?
#15
Quote by mybanez
It's not that fast when you consider we're moving on average at 18 miles per second (67000 Mph).

Our sun looks heaps cool in that video!

300,000 mph is a shit load faster than 67000 mph.
About 4 and a half times faster if my maths is correct...
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Quote by L2112Lif
Hmm. I thought we changed its name to Urectum?



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#17
It's Space Kansas.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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