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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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Jupiter occupies 1% of the mass of the solar system. Perhaps they could go occupy it?

Ohhhh well it was fun being an astronomy dork for a while again. I need to clean up my telescope some time and take it out for a gaze at the stars.

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Since they comprise less than 1% of the galaxy, can we expect an occupy Rouge planet movement?

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There will be no rouge planets there, but for those with blue orbs, I hear there will be opportunities to put things back in the pink with maximum ejecta, as VA describes below.

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Hello Fun_ahoy, you should check out the Memphis gb club activities next weekend;)


 
 
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"planetoid ... complete makeover"

Re-toid.

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Jupiter has one red spot on its face; perhaps it would turn the other cheek. Mars is the rouge planet, but the odds of it turning on Jupiter are roughly zero in a gazillion. There's the asteroid belt between them. Asteroids are in the roid class of celestial objects; not planet-busters but a mere pain in the ass, like hemorrhoids. Another planetoid -- or any kind of toid -- may come by, but the net gain to the mass of Jupiter is not enough to make it a Star. That would require a complete makeover, not just some rouge.

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More importantly, what would happen if a rogue planet hit a gassy vagiant?

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No, you are rouge-faced.

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