However, of these
300 worlds, most of them would have been bloated gas planets, something
like the wildly eccentric new extra solar planets recently observed
around other stars, like 51 Pegasi. 51 Pegasi is a gas planet of
Jupiter or Saturn's proportions, but which completes an orbit every
4 days and in an incredibly close orbit for a gas planet ( see 'Eccentric
Giants' in 'The Super Earths' section ). Each succesive world
would have been progressively smaller and more dense as they carved
a path through the ecosphere region of the younger sun's disk of
gas and debris ( see 'Ecosphere
I and II' in 'The Super Earths' ).
It is only in the later stages, when the
ecosphere is clear that smaller rock planets, like the recenty discovered
'Giese 581', and eventually life sustaining Earths would be able
to form. Until this stage the ecosphere, seeing alot of collisions
from rock and debris, would be too hazardous for life to develop.
The real age of these successive Earths is noted in the Gallery
section of 'Earth7media.com'.
TO BE CONTINUED
( see also 'The
Adjusted Calender' )
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