Re: [semi-OT] extrasolar planets - where are the kra'vak??
From: "Alan and Carmel Brain" <aebrain@w...>
Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2003 00:45:48 +1000
Subject: Re: [semi-OT] extrasolar planets - where are the kra'vak??
From: "Indy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I will tell you that
> there is a "new" class of planet out there (not yet discovered,
> but give them time) called "ocean planets". These would be
> (nominally at this time) Neptunes or Uranuses in what is known as
> the "habitable zone" (the zone where it is warm enough for water
> to be in a liquid state; inside the zone water is a gas, and
> outside the zone water is ice) (do I hear a call for water-based
> scenarios? ;-). So now there are four basic planet types: gas giants,
> ice planets (includes ice giants), terrestrial (rocky), and ocean.
So maybe the OU Ocean-world of Vaticorum II ( aka "The Vatican")
that I've mentioned in previous posts isn't that improbable after