[ExI] tabby's star dimming again
avant at sollegro.com
Mon May 22 05:23:30 UTC 2017
John Clark wrote:
> Cosmically speaking 1480 light years is right next door, and Tabby's
star >was discovered by the? Kepler space telescope and Kepler was
> only looking at 1/400 of the sky, so if Tabby is 5% complete then fully
> complete Dyson Spheres, and even more advanced structures, should be a
> dime a dozen. So where the hell are they? We should have found them 50
> years ago, if not 5000 years ago.
Well somebody had to be first and so maybe we are the second. How many
yellow dwarves are THAT much closer to them than we are?
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