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So I saw another post asking about heat interactions in a vacuum, and it got me to wondering: is there any significant...
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If Earth rotates on its axis, and revolves around the sun; and the sun revolves around the galaxy.. -Is it possible...
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I am a researcher and wish to learn astrophysics(research in dark matter). I have never studied astrophysics or...
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Does light have mass? Is light affected by gravity? What should something have to be affected by gravity?
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I have been having a conversation via email with someone who adamantly agrees with the statements of geocentricism. My...
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For a ground-based Cherenkov radiation detection, what are the theoretical/practical constraints on the gamma-ray...
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Wheeee! More confusing thread titles! Here, let me elaborate: What I intend to do here is figure out a way to...
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I've been looking at planar rotations, in a volumetric medium, for a while and came up with a rather strange solution...
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On the Origin of Solar and Stellar Magnetic Fields There is recent evidence that the solar magnetic cycle has been...
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Just looking for some input on an idea I had before I approach a physicist at a college... Let me know what you...
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Hello all, Cosmic Variance just had a great post up about Black Holes, wherein they were talking about something...
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I've been reading a lot about space elevators being built from carbon nanotube thread and having lifters powered by...
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A friend wrote this in an exchange we had about iron and its role in the process of fusion. I question the last...
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A comparison of a large star and a black hole: Both have identical masses. Correct me if I'm wrong but...
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My astronomy lab group is planning a research project. We will have access to a .6 m reflecting telescope in the...
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Hypothetically, if we weren't receiving all the light from a galaxy, is it possible that this would reconcile the...
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so, when it comes to EM or strong force or weak force, you cannot tell the difference it some object exists inside a...
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for example take two halves of a black hole as m1 and m2. since we told black hole has no volume so we take distance...
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I just finished watching a few Stephen Hawking specials. I watched "Did God create the universe" and the one about...
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I'm not sure if I'm questioning gravity here, but I was thinking about the movement of the planets around the sun and...
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A few years ago, I worked out a problem considering what gaseous molecules a planetary body could expect to retain or...
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Lets say mars has a density of 6 g cm/3 instead of its current density and kept its radius. What would the effects...
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Theoretically; As any mass approaching the core of a black hole, then would the tidal force difference effect the...
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Basically, all more distant galaxies have a Red Shift that increases with the distance to the galaxy, the Universe is...
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I am loving this forum :) I am troubled by the conventional image of space being inverted by a black hole - if...
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hi there, I was just at a seminar in which the speaker was talking about using gravitational lensing to investigate...
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From previous answers - according to the general theory of relativity, kinetic energy contributes to gravitational...
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Dear All I want to know the formula to extract the longitude of the satellite from the TLE (two line element)...
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What is the relationship between the following in an elliptical orbit: -foci -geometric center -barycenter -the...
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Hey everyone. Let me preface this by saying, I love physics and astronomy, but am by no stretch an expert in either...
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Hi Clever People, I've been watching an amazing program about dark matter, dark energy and dark flow. I thought...
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Maybe this is a simple question but, all the stuff I've been reading so far keeps talking about protostars and their...
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A stellar mass black hole is around 10 solar masses, and some stars can be much massive than this. And doesn't a black...
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the big bang theory suggests that all the matter around us was once infinitely concentrated at some particular high...
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I live in a home where we don't make very much money, but I would really like to go to school for Astrophysics. As of...
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What would happen to the Earth's momentum theoretically speaking if the moon was destroyed by some outside body such...
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What timefram does short term atmospheric retention mean?
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I saw this image when I was a kid. The photograph of Jupiter taken by NASA's Voyager. Beautiful. But nothing special...
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