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Does an Ybor City Farting Rhinoceros count as a "gas giant"? They are quite large. And gassy.

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A rouge planet and a gas giant walk into a bar...

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Sounds like something out of The Shining.

Rod Rom. Rod Rom.

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And everyone knows Mordor is just Rodrom backwards.

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Jupiter is only around 1-2% of the mass needed to initiate protium fusion. Not even close. A "planet" large enough to form a star with Jupiter would already be a star on its own.

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It's red "little person" now. They hate being called dwarf unless they are headed to Mordor.

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I was thinking Jupiter was just about half as big as needed to start fusion and become a small star. If it had, it might be a red dwarf someday, which is almost a rouge planet.

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One could also use a JOOM lens to see Uranus.

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While touring the "milkeyway", I "whould" like to see one of these "rouge" planets.

Jupiter could simply "swollow" a "rouge pleanet". Although a gas giant, it does have a core of "solod" hydrogen metal.

Jupiter would need to be far larger to reach enough mass to initiate hydrogen fusion. A second sun would not be possible.

Sorry to be such a smartasteroid, but you *really* need to be more cognizant of your sloppy typing. It's not like the occasional typo we all make.

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Jupiter is still too close. We'd still be able to smell them from here.

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