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HELPFUL DESCRIPTIONS. a : semimajor axis For elliptical orbits, the semimajor axis is half the length of the...
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To help me in understanding this procedure, I read the fifth chapter of THE DETERMINATION OF ORBITS by A. D. Dubyago,...
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Being new to astronomy, I was wondering, do all planets have moons? What are they? how did they get there?
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Theoretically, what would be the closest one planet could safely exist away from another?
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70 \frac{km/s}{Mpc}*\left(384400\ km\right)=8.72028137*10^{-10}\frac{m}{s} ...
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I read in Bob Berman's book, Strange Universe, that astronomers found out from observing distant stars, that time in...
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(I hope this is the correct subforum) I was wondering if anyone can help me, I am hoping to show a derivation of...
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What is singularity? How come of it?
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Quiz Question. Let say we had a piece of Matter the size of a Dot like the size of a Period at the end of a...
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Peruse away! Astrophysics in 2005 Authors: V. Trimble, M.J. Aschwanden, C.J. Hansen Comments: 1 fig We...
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I am sorry if this has been posted before. I just stumbled over this link and it got me drooling:tongue2: ...
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Hi I am have been looking into magnetic CV's and am unsure of something i hope some one can help. Considering only...
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I got to thinking the other day while watching Superman Returns about the scene during the opening credits where it...
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i read sometime ago that the venus revolves in opposite direction around the sun as compared to other planets.please...
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The Solar System is traveling around 155 miles a Second around the Milky way Galaxy. There are 31,556,926 seconds...
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If Mars had 25% more mass would its orbit be further or closer to the sun?
Jul17-06 09:40 AM
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:surprised I thought a lot,but that was in vain.Neutron stars do contain 10%-20% electrons,protons compensating beta...
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sorry if this kind of post is frowned upon, but i'm desperately seeking someone to help me out with a creative project...
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I was looking at the APOD for July 10th and marvelled how well-defined the Sun's surface is. I know about coronae and...
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Hello. what equation do i use to figure out how many .75*Msolar main sequence stars would it take to equal the...
Jul17-06 07:06 PM
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How many times longer does a 0.50 Msolar star fuse hydrogen at itís core than dose a 1.5 Msolar star? i just need...
Jul20-06 05:34 AM
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Hi, I had a few questions about the super massive black hole. 1. Are Super Massive Black Hole the nucleus of an...
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Hello. Has anyone ever heard of a spiral tracer? and what characteristics they have?? any good link on the topic...
Jul21-06 04:38 AM
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I always wondered what would happen if the sun suddenly stopped doing energy generation. i know that it would us 8.5...
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Can anyone point me to some good links about the our current understanding of quasars-in particular why they are so...
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How deeply into the Sun can we see? What are we actually seeing? Is wavelength related to how much we can see...
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Why do spectroscopic binaries have short periods? I figure it is because they have small separation and p^2=A^3 but...
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Light cannot escape from a black hole; however, x-rays have been detected from black holes. How is this possible? ...
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Where can i find on the internet numerical problems from astrophysics?
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I've begun a study of the sun's interior and Emden's equation. Yet nowhere on the web does anyone divulge how to...
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i had a brainwave this morning, i just was wondering about things these are my obscure questions about Lagrange...
Jul31-06 06:56 AM
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Does anybody have a link to a precise definition of a "volume limited sample." This pertains especially to sky...
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I've recently read that when a galaxy or star(if I'm right) comes closer to earth, its spectrum shifts to blue....
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A question. Has there ever been an instance where a single galaxy split into two separate gallaxies or a recorded...
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I was watching an interesting article on string theroy on TV the other night and they said (not sure if it was theroy...
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Why does light bend when it encounters a black hole or a star? Does a blackhole have a refractive index? It must...
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Hi, I have to do a rediometric analysis on an optical system , basically calculate how much radiant power goes...
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i have always wondered how do the sensors meters carried in spacecrafts work in space, with all that harnessing...
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Lately I've interested into the hypothesis on the unequality of gravity in different part of the universe, as a...
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Hi, Quick spectroscopy question: Say I am looking at the sun with a near IR /IR spectrometer? I know there is H2 and...
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