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  • n. Plural form of planemo.


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  • New study suggests 'planemos' may spawn planets and moons

    Science press releases

  • Instead of orbiting around a star, however, the two planetary mass objects, or "planemos," are circling each other.

    The Speculist: Stars or Planets? It Depends

  • Dubbed "planemos", they circle each other rather than orbiting a star.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • I'm disappointed with the IAU's obvious prejudice against free-floating interstellar planemos (not to mention, on the face of it, ordinary exoplanets, although I don't think they meant to do that.)

    It's official!

  • Research indicates that ‘planemos’ a hundredth of the size of the sun can form complete with disks of planet-matter orbiting them, allowing them to create miniature solar systems.

    ‘Planemos’ Spawn Planets | Blog | Futurismic

  • "Why not have a classification scheme starting with planemos ...


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  • As I understand it, there should be a great deal many of these, but they are almost impossible to find, since there is no light source for them to reflect.

    March 30, 2009

  • rogue planets that roam through space without a star to orbit.

    March 17, 2009