#GNUnet doing it right
Moreover, the DHT underlay mechanism is general and allows for additional underlay plugins to be defined. This will make it easy to run R5N over other P2P networks (like I2P) in the future.
And we’re failing it like there’s no tomorrow.
For the case of the exomoon candidate Kepler-1625b-I (Teachey & Kipping 2018) we showed in Fig. 2 that the largest stable submoon is Vesta- to Ceres-sized. The largest possible submoon would thus be roughly 5–10 km in radius. For much less massive, Solar system-like moons the largest stable submoon was ∼10 km such that the largest possible subsubmoon would be sub-km-sized.
Amazing! Add some trojan neighbors here and there and it would be a fun place to navigate around. Something like Interplanetary Transport Network, but crunched into a cisplanetary space.
For more massive stars, the habitable zone is more distant and habitable zone planets have wider Hill spheres. Large moons can therefore survive on more distant orbits and have larger Hill spheres such that submoons can exist on wider orbits where submoon–moon–planet tidal evolution is far slower, as compared with lower mass stars.
(Yes, the Moon could have had a submoon.)
MarkovJunior is a probabilistic programming language where programs are combinations of rewrite rules and inference is performed via constraint propagation.
Toots as he pleases.
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