i wonder when TESS is gonna discover another rocky planet.
Anyway, I measured HD 23472 b's density and looks like this new TESS rocky planet (HD 23472 b) is the new rocky planet godzilla.
Mass: Greater than neptune. (about 18 earths)
Radius: 1.87 earths
Density: about 3 times that of earth.
i did that in US2.
It's very useful.
Well, I'm not sure if Kepler-10 c is more massive. It's only 7 earth masses, but it's bigger than HD 23472 b. So it could be just ANOTHER kepler-22 b, instead of the gargantuan rock everyone thinks it is. So here is the actual rocky planet godzilla: HD 23472 b.
Now that I think about it, Kepler-10 c could just be a gas dwarf! It's *only* 3.15g/cm3, so without all that 'hydrostatic' pressure, it might not even be as dense as water! Yeah, so Kepler-10 c is probably not a rocky planet, and HD 23472 b probably is.