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https://plus.google.com/109490020707469582938 Stephanie Reynolds : ON THIS DAY - The Dwarf Planet Formerly Known as Xena Has Officially Been Named Eris, IAU Announces ...
ON THIS DAY - The Dwarf Planet Formerly Known as Xena Has Officially Been Named Eris, IAU Announces PASADENA, Calif.

The International Astronomical Union (IAU) today announced that the dwarf planet known as Xena since its 2005 discovery has been named Eris, after the Greek goddess of discord. Eris's moon will be known as Dysnomia, the demon goddess of lawlessness and the daughter of Eris. The names are those suggested by the discoverers of the dwarf planet—Mike Brown, a professor of planetary astronomy at the California Institute of Technology, Chad Trujillo of the Gemini Observatory, and David Rabinowitz of Yale University, and by the discoverers of the moon—Brown and the engineering team of Keck Observatory where the observations were made. "Eris" is the Greek goddess of discord and strife," explains Brown. "She stirs up jealousy and envy to cause fighting and anger among men. At the wedding of Peleus and Thetis, all the gods were invited with the exception of Eris, and, enraged at her exclusion, she spitefully caused a quarrel among the goddesses that led to the Trojan War. "She's" quite a fun goddess, really," Brown adds. "And, for the Xena fans out there who are sad to see the name go, Eris appeared in her Latin version of Discordia as a recurring character on Xena: Warrior Princess. "True" to its name, the dwarf planet Eris has stirred up a great deal of trouble among the international astronomical community, most recently last month when the question of its proper designation led to a raucous meeting of the IAU in Prague. At the end of the conference, IAU members voted to demote Pluto to dwarf-planet status, leaving the solar system with eight planets.However, the ruling effectively settled the year-long controversy about whether Eris would rise to planetary status. Somewhat larger than Pluto, the body was formally announced to the world on July 29, 2005. With the August IAU ruling, Eris is the largest dwarf planet. Eris, about 2,400 kilometers in diameter, was discovered on January 8, 2005, at Palomar Observatory with the NASA-funded 48-inch Samuel Oschin Telescope. A Kuiper-belt object like Pluto, but slightly less reddish-yellow, Eris is currently visible in the constellation Cetus to anyone with a top-quality amateur telescope. Eris is now about 97 astronomical units from the sun (an astronomical unit is the distance between the sun and Earth), which means that it is some nine billion miles away at present. On a highly elliptical 560-year orbit, Eris sweeps in as close to the sun as 38 astronomical units. At present, however, it is nearly as far away as it ever gets.Pluto's own elliptical orbit takes it as far away as 50 astronomical units from the sun during its 250-year revolution. This means that Eris is sometimes much closer to Earth than Pluto—although never closer than Neptune. Dysnomia, the only satellite of Eris discovered so far, is about 250 kilometers in diameter and reflects only about 1 percent of the sunlight that its parent reflects. The name is both a nod to Lucy Lawless, the actress who played Xena on the TV show, and to the astronomical tradition of naming the first satellites of dwarf planets. Based on spectral data, the researchers think Eris is covered with a layer of methane that has seeped from the interior and frozen on the surface. As in the case of Pluto, the methane has undergone chemical transformations, probably due to the faint solar radiation, causing the methane layer to redden. But the methane surface on Eris is somewhat more yellowish than the reddish-yellow surface of Pluto, perhaps because Eris is farther from the sun.
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https://plus.google.com/102863983647712285894 David Strumfels : Today in History: Discovery of “10th Planet” Announced On July 29, 2005 — 9 years ago today — Astronomers...
Today in History: Discovery of “10th Planet” Announced
On July 29, 2005 — 9 years ago today — Astronomers at the Palomar Observatory announced the discovery of “Eris” (although it was not named at the time of the announcement). Eris is the ninth most massive body known to orbit the Sun, a little larger than Pluto and at roughly 3x the distance of Pluto from the Sun. Also announced was Eris’s one known moon, Dysnomia (see photo). At first, its discoverers — Mike Brown, David Rabinowitz, and Chad Trujillo — and NASA described the object as the Sun’s 10th planet. 

Mike Brown and his team discovered Eris on January 5, 2005 from images taken on October 21, 2003. On March 31, 2005, Mike Brown and his team also discovered another planet, “Makemake,” which was announced on July 29 as well. Makemake, Eris, and Pluto are bodies that orbit the sun in what is named the Kuiper belt (after Astronomer Gerard Kuiper). Similar to the asteroid belt (located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter), the Kuiper belt orbits the sun beyond Neptune’s orbit and is 20 times wider and 200 times as massive as the asteroid belt.

About the same time as the announcement of Eris and MakeMake discoveries, a Spanish team at Sierra Nevada Observatory in southern Spain, announced the discovery of another planet, “Haumea” — a planet that Mike Brown’s team had also found on December 28, 2004 and initially called “Santa” (because of its discovery so close to Christmas), but considered it too small to be described as a planet. Haumea was one-third the mass of Pluto (the smallest planet to that time) and located beyond Neptune’s orbit. 

Thus, about 9 years ago, following this announcement on July 29, 2005, there was confusion about how many planets existed in the solar system — 10 or 11 or 12 or 13? To end confusion, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) adopted in 2006 a formal definition of a planet: A celestial body that (1) orbits the Sun, (2) has sufficient mass to assume hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round shape), and (3) has “cleared the neighborhood” around its orbit — by sweeping out smaller bodies in its orbit by gravitationally interacting with them to form moons or by drawing them into their own body.

With this new IAU definition, there are now 8 major planets — and 5 dwarf planets — Ceres (in asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter), Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris (all 4 in the Kuiper belt beyond Neptune). But astronomers estimate that there may be hundreds of Kuiper belt dwarfs, not yet found.

Sources:
http://www.space.com/16080-solar-system-planets.html
http://www.lunarplanner.com/asteroids-dwarfplanets/Eris.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eris_(dwarf_planet)
http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Dwarf&Display=Sats
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwarf_planet
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makemake_(dwarf_planet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haumea_(dwarf_planet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controversy_over_the_discovery_of_Haumea
http://www.eightplanetsfacts.com/
http://aeon.co/magazine/nature-and-cosmos/driving-the-solar-system-is-a-lesson-in-space-and-time/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planet
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuiper_belt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asteroid_belt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IAU_definition_of_planet

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eris_(dwarf_planet)#mediaviewer/File:Eris_and_dysnomia2.jpg (Eris and its moon as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope)
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https://plus.google.com/116774468739411360479 Arthur Weiner : Today in History: Discovery of “10th Planet” Announced On July 29, 2005 — 9 years ago today — Astronomers...
Today in History: Discovery of “10th Planet” Announced
On July 29, 2005 — 9 years ago today — Astronomers at the Palomar Observatory announced the discovery of “Eris” (although it was not named at the time of the announcement). Eris is the ninth most massive body known to orbit the Sun, a little larger than Pluto and at roughly 3x the distance of Pluto from the Sun. Also announced was Eris’s one known moon, Dysnomia (see photo). At first, its discoverers — Mike Brown, David Rabinowitz, and Chad Trujillo — and NASA described the object as the Sun’s 10th planet. 

Mike Brown and his team discovered Eris on January 5, 2005 from images taken on October 21, 2003. On March 31, 2005, Mike Brown and his team also discovered another planet, “Makemake,” which was announced on July 29 as well. Makemake, Eris, and Pluto are bodies that orbit the sun in what is named the Kuiper belt (after Astronomer Gerard Kuiper). Similar to the asteroid belt (located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter), the Kuiper belt orbits the sun beyond Neptune’s orbit and is 20 times wider and 200 times as massive as the asteroid belt.

About the same time as the announcement of Eris and MakeMake discoveries, a Spanish team at Sierra Nevada Observatory in southern Spain, announced the discovery of another planet, “Haumea” — a planet that Mike Brown’s team had also found on December 28, 2004 and initially called “Santa” (because of its discovery so close to Christmas), but considered it too small to be described as a planet. Haumea was one-third the mass of Pluto (the smallest planet to that time) and located beyond Neptune’s orbit. 

Thus, about 9 years ago, following this announcement on July 29, 2005, there was confusion about how many planets existed in the solar system — 10 or 11 or 12 or 13? To end confusion, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) adopted in 2006 a formal definition of a planet: A celestial body that (1) orbits the Sun, (2) has sufficient mass to assume hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round shape), and (3) has “cleared the neighborhood” around its orbit — by sweeping out smaller bodies in its orbit by gravitationally interacting with them to form moons or by drawing them into their own body.

With this new IAU definition, there are now 8 major planets — and 5 dwarf planets — Ceres (in asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter), Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris (all 4 in the Kuiper belt beyond Neptune). But astronomers estimate that there may be hundreds of Kuiper belt dwarfs, not yet found.

Sources:
http://www.space.com/16080-solar-system-planets.html
http://www.lunarplanner.com/asteroids-dwarfplanets/Eris.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eris_(dwarf_planet)
http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Dwarf&Display=Sats
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwarf_planet
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makemake_(dwarf_planet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haumea_(dwarf_planet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controversy_over_the_discovery_of_Haumea
http://www.eightplanetsfacts.com/
http://aeon.co/magazine/nature-and-cosmos/driving-the-solar-system-is-a-lesson-in-space-and-time/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planet
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuiper_belt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asteroid_belt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IAU_definition_of_planet

Image credit:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eris_(dwarf_planet)#mediaviewer/File:Eris_and_dysnomia2.jpg (Eris and its moon as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope)
http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/multimedia/display.cfm?IM_ID=10196
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https://plus.google.com/102733870103786741145 Brad Acker : Today in History: Discovery of “10th Planet” Announced On July 29, 2005 — 9 years ago today — Astronomers...
Today in History: Discovery of “10th Planet” Announced
On July 29, 2005 — 9 years ago today — Astronomers at the Palomar Observatory announced the discovery of “Eris” (although it was not named at the time of the announcement). Eris is the ninth most massive body known to orbit the Sun, a little larger than Pluto and at roughly 3x the distance of Pluto from the Sun. Also announced was Eris’s one known moon, Dysnomia (see photo). At first, its discoverers — Mike Brown, David Rabinowitz, and Chad Trujillo — and NASA described the object as the Sun’s 10th planet. 

Mike Brown and his team discovered Eris on January 5, 2005 from images taken on October 21, 2003. On March 31, 2005, Mike Brown and his team also discovered another planet, “Makemake,” which was announced on July 29 as well. Makemake, Eris, and Pluto are bodies that orbit the sun in what is named the Kuiper belt (after Astronomer Gerard Kuiper). Similar to the asteroid belt (located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter), the Kuiper belt orbits the sun beyond Neptune’s orbit and is 20 times wider and 200 times as massive as the asteroid belt.

About the same time as the announcement of Eris and MakeMake discoveries, a Spanish team at Sierra Nevada Observatory in southern Spain, announced the discovery of another planet, “Haumea” — a planet that Mike Brown’s team had also found on December 28, 2004 and initially called “Santa” (because of its discovery so close to Christmas), but considered it too small to be described as a planet. Haumea was one-third the mass of Pluto (the smallest planet to that time) and located beyond Neptune’s orbit. 

Thus, about 9 years ago, following this announcement on July 29, 2005, there was confusion about how many planets existed in the solar system — 10 or 11 or 12 or 13? To end confusion, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) adopted in 2006 a formal definition of a planet: A celestial body that (1) orbits the Sun, (2) has sufficient mass to assume hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round shape), and (3) has “cleared the neighborhood” around its orbit — by sweeping out smaller bodies in its orbit by gravitationally interacting with them to form moons or by drawing them into their own body.

With this new IAU definition, there are now 8 major planets — and 5 dwarf planets — Ceres (in asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter), Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, and Eris (all 4 in the Kuiper belt beyond Neptune). But astronomers estimate that there may be hundreds of Kuiper belt dwarfs, not yet found.

Sources:
http://www.space.com/16080-solar-system-planets.html
http://www.lunarplanner.com/asteroids-dwarfplanets/Eris.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eris_(dwarf_planet)
http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Dwarf&Display=Sats
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwarf_planet
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makemake_(dwarf_planet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haumea_(dwarf_planet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controversy_over_the_discovery_of_Haumea
http://www.eightplanetsfacts.com/
http://aeon.co/magazine/nature-and-cosmos/driving-the-solar-system-is-a-lesson-in-space-and-time/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planet
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuiper_belt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asteroid_belt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IAU_definition_of_planet

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eris_(dwarf_planet)#mediaviewer/File:Eris_and_dysnomia2.jpg (Eris and its moon as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope)
http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/multimedia/display.cfm?IM_ID=10196
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https://plus.google.com/115420347865910764274 Charles Oliveira : MMA Rankings after UFC 133 Featherweight 1. Jose Aldo 2. Tyson Griffin 3. Kenny Florian 4. Chad Mendes...
MMA Rankings after UFC 133
Featherweight 1. Jose Aldo 2. Tyson Griffin 3. Kenny Florian 4. Chad Mendes  +4 5. Manny Gamburyan -1 6. Diego Nunes -1 7. Rani Yahya -1 8. Mike Brown -1 9. Darren Elkins 10. Urijah Faber Results Mendes beat Yahya
MMA Rankings after UFC 133
Featherweight 1. Jose Aldo 2. Tyson Griffin 3. Kenny Florian 4. Chad Mendes +4 5. Manny Gamburyan -1 6. Diego Nunes -1 7. Rani Yahya -1 8. Mike Brown -1 9. Darren Elkins 10. Urijah Faber Results Mendes beat Yahya
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https://plus.google.com/109173613177667621856 LA Skeez : Lakers New Coach/ Dodger baseball Finally some  Lakers  new's to talk about!  #Skeezies & Lakers fans...
Lakers New Coach/ Dodger baseball
Finally some  Lakers  new's to talk about!  #Skeezies & Lakers fans rejoice!  Byron Scott is OFFICIALLY the Lakers new head coach for the next 4 years, 17 million cash money contract.  No more chumps like Mike Brown or Mike D'Antoni. Byron Scott is a coach ...
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Finally some Lakers new's to talk about!  #Skeezies & Lakers fans rejoice!  Byron Scott is OFFICIALLY the Lakers new head coach for the next 4 years, 17 million cash money contract.  No more chumps like Mike Brown or...
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https://plus.google.com/109427505051925301832 Infortal Worldwide, Inc. : Beginning to upload the Podcast from Tom Fox and Mike Brown.  Tom was the driving force behind this ...
Beginning to upload the Podcast from Tom Fox and Mike Brown.  Tom was the driving force behind this effort, I was just along for the ride!
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https://plus.google.com/109766264666434496207 Mike Brown Subaru : While we won't see many five-year-olds taking the 2015 #Subaru #Legacy out for a spin, as the longest...
While we won't see many five-year-olds taking the 2015 #Subaru #Legacy out for a spin, as the longest-lasting sedan in its class, we can count on it to be there for them when the time's right!
Watch the video: Subaru Legacy - Jr. Driver
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A five-year-old boy learns that being a car owner may not be the freewheeling fantasy he was expecting — even if it is in the all-new 2015 Subaru Legacy.
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https://plus.google.com/113411155697678069304 Gemini Beast : ON THIS DAY - The Dwarf Planet Formerly Known as Xena Has Officially Been Named Eris, IAU Announces ...
ON THIS DAY - The Dwarf Planet Formerly Known as Xena Has Officially Been Named Eris, IAU Announces PASADENA, Calif.

The International Astronomical Union (IAU) today announced that the dwarf planet known as Xena since its 2005 discovery has been named Eris, after the Greek goddess of discord. Eris's moon will be known as Dysnomia, the demon goddess of lawlessness and the daughter of Eris. The names are those suggested by the discoverers of the dwarf planet—Mike Brown, a professor of planetary astronomy at the California Institute of Technology, Chad Trujillo of the Gemini Observatory, and David Rabinowitz of Yale University, and by the discoverers of the moon—Brown and the engineering team of Keck Observatory where the observations were made. "Eris" is the Greek goddess of discord and strife," explains Brown. "She stirs up jealousy and envy to cause fighting and anger among men. At the wedding of Peleus and Thetis, all the gods were invited with the exception of Eris, and, enraged at her exclusion, she spitefully caused a quarrel among the goddesses that led to the Trojan War. "She's" quite a fun goddess, really," Brown adds. "And, for the Xena fans out there who are sad to see the name go, Eris appeared in her Latin version of Discordia as a recurring character on Xena: Warrior Princess. "True" to its name, the dwarf planet Eris has stirred up a great deal of trouble among the international astronomical community, most recently last month when the question of its proper designation led to a raucous meeting of the IAU in Prague. At the end of the conference, IAU members voted to demote Pluto to dwarf-planet status, leaving the solar system with eight planets.However, the ruling effectively settled the year-long controversy about whether Eris would rise to planetary status. Somewhat larger than Pluto, the body was formally announced to the world on July 29, 2005. With the August IAU ruling, Eris is the largest dwarf planet. Eris, about 2,400 kilometers in diameter, was discovered on January 8, 2005, at Palomar Observatory with the NASA-funded 48-inch Samuel Oschin Telescope. A Kuiper-belt object like Pluto, but slightly less reddish-yellow, Eris is currently visible in the constellation Cetus to anyone with a top-quality amateur telescope. Eris is now about 97 astronomical units from the sun (an astronomical unit is the distance between the sun and Earth), which means that it is some nine billion miles away at present. On a highly elliptical 560-year orbit, Eris sweeps in as close to the sun as 38 astronomical units. At present, however, it is nearly as far away as it ever gets.Pluto's own elliptical orbit takes it as far away as 50 astronomical units from the sun during its 250-year revolution. This means that Eris is sometimes much closer to Earth than Pluto—although never closer than Neptune. Dysnomia, the only satellite of Eris discovered so far, is about 250 kilometers in diameter and reflects only about 1 percent of the sunlight that its parent reflects. The name is both a nod to Lucy Lawless, the actress who played Xena on the TV show, and to the astronomical tradition of naming the first satellites of dwarf planets. Based on spectral data, the researchers think Eris is covered with a layer of methane that has seeped from the interior and frozen on the surface. As in the case of Pluto, the methane has undergone chemical transformations, probably due to the faint solar radiation, causing the methane layer to redden. But the methane surface on Eris is somewhat more yellowish than the reddish-yellow surface of Pluto, perhaps because Eris is farther from the sun.
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https://plus.google.com/109766264666434496207 Mike Brown Subaru :

Watch the video: Bear Attack!!!
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Mike Brown Ford provides courtesy cars to any customer that is undergoing maintenance that will take any extended period of time. Unfortunately, this car was so sweet that a local black bear found it irresistible.
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https://plus.google.com/115904442607327400974 Mike Brown Ford :

Watch the video: Bear Attack!!!
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Mike Brown Ford provides courtesy cars to any customer that is undergoing maintenance that will take any extended period of time. Unfortunately, this car was so sweet that a local black bear found it irresistible.
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When you're under the thumb of a micromanager - Managers Are Heroes
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https://plus.google.com/102301925235690691403 Marco Maroccolo : Video: Inspirational Words on Having Confidence as a Photographer Photographer Mike Brown gives sage...
Video: Inspirational Words on Having Confidence as a Photographer

Photographer Mike Brown gives sage advice on keeping confident as a photographer, regardless of your demographic.
Video: Inspirational Words on Having Confidence as a Photographer
We are our own worst critics. It’s always the case. Naturally, we see the works of others and gawk in amazement, but when viewing our own work we can often
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https://plus.google.com/100740205198907744243 Mike Brown :

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https://plus.google.com/100740205198907744243 Mike Brown : Look like someone u know? ?
Look like someone u know? ?
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