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13 years, 5 months and 11 days
13 years, 162 days
13.3 years old
|Time zone||PST (UTC-8)|
|Current time||09:47, May 25, 2015 PT ( Current UTC is 16:47 )|
|Blood type||A- (6%)|
type in User:Exoplanetaryscience/ in search to see my subpages
|First edit||(IP) 2013-01-04
|Edits per day||12 (683 days)|
|First current edit||594,911,056|
|First current edit not of a redirect||599,884,134|
m³hello*, I'm Exoplanetaryscience! I like to edit wikipedia's astronomy-related topics.so far i have made pages on:
(Kuiper belt and Oort cloud objects)
- 2012 DR30 (7 KB)
- 2013 BL76 (10.3 KB)
- 2013 AZ60 (3.3 KB)
- 2014 UM33 (2.1 KB)
- (420356) 2012 BX85 (2.4 KB)
- 2015 DB216 (3.0 KB)
- 2013 LA2 (2.0 KB)
- list of aten asteroids by semimajor axis (0.55-0.6) (1.2 KB)
- list of aten asteroids by semimajor axis (0.6-0.65) (1.6 KB)
- list of aten asteroids by semimajor axis (0.65-0.7) (2.1 KB)
- 2013 JX28 (2006 KZ39) (3.8 KB)
- NGC 44 (1.1 KB)
- NGC 46 (1 KB)
- NGC 50 (2.2 KB)
- NGC 51 (1.7 KB)
- NGC 52 (3.1 KB)
- NGC 53 (2.9 KB)
- NGC 54 (2.9 KB)
- NGC 67 (4.1 KB)
- NGC 68 (2.8 KB)
- NGC 68 group (5.3 KB)
- NGC 69 (2.6 KB)
- NGC 70 (3.2 KB) 
- NGC 210 (3.6 KB)
- NGC 1592 (3.1 KB)
- NGC 339 (1.8 KB)
- Theia (Planet) (4.3 KB)
- Rock comet (3.4 KB)
- List of comets by type (583.1 KB)
- List of numbered comets (46.1 KB)
- List of periodic comets (42.3 KB)
- List of minor planets: 422001–423000 (4.3 KB)
- Trojan asteroid (disambig. page)
- 2014 RC (10.9 KB)
- 2012 TC4 (3.2 KB)
- 2004 TN1 (3.0 KB)
- List of asteroid close approaches to Earth in 2015 (0.2 KB)
- 1999 CW8 (2.7 KB)
- Asteroid Zoo (1.3 KB)
- Gareth V. Williams (1.3 KB)
- 2006 KZ39 -> 2013 JX28
- C/1887 B1 -> Great Southern Comet of 1887
- C/1931 P1 -> Ryves Comet
- List of astronomical acronyms -> Astronomical acronyms
- List of supernovae in 185 -> SN 185
- NGC 67a -> NGC 67
- P/1999 R1 -> P/2007 R5 (SOHO)
- Revolution of the Earth -> Heliocentrism
- USNOA2 1725-00522696 -> Pole star#Present
- White hypergiant -> Hypergiant
I also use my un-logged-in account, **, for more general edits in errors and more data.
**It appears that my IP address changed to 126.96.36.199 a few days ago.
***Changed again to IPV6- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Contributions/2605:E000:7EC4:3000:5D71:A06D:C7C5:7446 [2605:e000:7ec4:3000:5d71:a06d:c7c5:7446 2605:e000:7ec4:3000:5d71:a06d:c7c5:7446].
This user has been editing wikipedia for 1 year, 10 months and 14 days, and as an IP address for 2 years, 4 months and 21 days. I'm ranked somewhere between 8,000 and 9,000 on that big list, with ~7,300 edits as of April 2015
|The Barnstar of Good Humor!|
|Hello Exoplanetaryscience.Recently you have signed my guestbook! Thank you very much for signing my guestbook. Cheers.--Pratyya (Hello!) 07:48, 27 April 2014 (UTC)|
|The Original Barnstar|
|Thank you very much for your kind message on my talk page, I am honoured that you were thinking of RfA. I'm not sure whether I'm coming or going to be honest, I left for a few months at the beginning of August, and had a look in a few months later but couldn't build up any enthusiasm. It's more than likely I'll come back at some point, but we'll see. Thank you for your support. All the best, Matty.007 12:01, 3 November 2014 (UTC)|
|The Tireless Contributor Barnstar|
|For your tireless work in improving the categorization of Solar System bodies. JorisvS (talk) 13:20, 12 March 2015 (UTC)|
including IP address edits
this user likes to overdo the userboxes!
I was right!!! yep.
3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169 [from memory]
Projects being undertaken
- Project Category Sort Terminology - to come up with an efficient and easily-navigable way to browse through categories on wikipedia.
- Project NGC objects - to make a wikipedia article for every object in the NGC catalog - all 7840 of them.
- Project Comet List - making an up-to-date list of every comet discovered. This is the closest to completion of any of my projects; List of comets by type.
- Project Comet Redirect - To make redirects for every periodic comet, with the redirect being for every apparition for the comets.
Outside of wikipedia
- Project Milky Way - an attempt at making a 3D catalog of every star with a measured parallax in the Milky Way
- Project Solar System - another projection attempt, this one making a 3D map of the Solar System, every asteroid and comet and planet.
- Project Galaxies - Yet another projection to make a 3D map of every galaxy with a measured redshift. All of these projects are being undertaken in minecraft.
- Project Parallax - A project to map the locations, proper motion, and parallax of every HIP star, to try to determine an equation to calculate a star's distance from its proper motion.
- Project ZOAG - To map every galaxy and nebula hidden in the Zone of Avoidance (ZOA) - the area that the Milky Way covers - using SDSS and DSS images.
And many more.
Whatever's going on in X1-12 right now
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- Helped recover 2008 VM49 (SDSS observations in early 2009 that expanded the observation arc from a few days to a couple months, allowing further recovery by the Mount Lemmon Survey and PANSTARRS
- Working on precovering 2014 UM33 from observations on either January 17, 2009 or January 22, 2009. So far I've been unsuccessful because the observation arc isn't long enough. If anyone with the ability to observe a ~21 magnitude asteroid read this, please make an attempt to recover it.
- Precovered 2013 FZ27 from SDSS observations in 2001
- Precovered 2011 GM27 from SDSS observations in 2006.
- Precovered 2004 XR190 from SDSS observations in 2002.
- Discovered nearly 50 asteroids from SDSS data - unknown amount of them have been since recovered.