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Hellfire requested that I post a list of classic papers that one could use for reference when trying to understand the...
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Why haven't we gone back to the moon? Seems like we could save a whole lot of money and time if we were to go back...
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I'm trying to create a chronological timeline of the formation of solids in the solar system with examples of...
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They're the first water clouds ever seen beyond our solar system by Ken Croswell, author of The Alchemy of the...
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Greg Bernhardt
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How can we estimate the age of the universe if we don not know how big it is? It is often said that our visible...
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Or is earth the only world in the inner solar system with caves.
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Just something I've been chewing on. Let's create a number line: In the number line, the values approach zero...
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The most widely cited figures are 1.4 solar masses and 10 km radius. However, tracing the references back to their...
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Hello smart people! I am trying to make a simulation of an orbit with C#. I have come so far that I more or less...
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New measurements claim to resolve the controversy over the distance to the Pleiades but have in fact only reignited...
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So I've been playing some Kerbal Space Program, and it's taught me a couple things. Primarily, that circularizing an...
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I'd like to have two main questions about it. 1. Radiation protection : theoretically, were thick leaded glass...
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hi guys, I have been doing a research on white dwarf stars and chanrashekhar limit. I need to plot a graph for the...
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I wish to replicate the simulations and values obtained in the following paper but I do not know where to start my...
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A thread on this forum Plans for Asteroid Mining has more than 9000 views. From that I conclude that belief that...
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How would I get a Listing or a Map of All the Constellation Boundaries in Right Ascension and Declination.
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Hello all, I have a question on cosmic redshift and I am really hoping that one of you can solve this for me, as...
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Hi Just wondering if 16.4 GHz (or so) is a commonly encountered frequency in radio astronomy ? Because I'm...
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Hello everybody, I'm trying to know, in a keplerian orbit, how to calculate the area of a swaped area; since the...
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Most people come up with their own internal reasoning for things like this that have not been explained. I was...
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Or is it too soon?
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Hello, I was just curious why do all of the planets in the solar system orbit in approximately the same plane? Why...
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8 702 LEDA 074886, also known as PGC 74886, is a dwarf galaxy with a rare rectangular shape,...
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Hi, quick question for you guys. I was having a discussion the other day with a friend of mine, about whether it was...
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I'm rather new here so please forgive me if this is answered somewhere else, but I was unable to find it while...
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i had this science project in school on black holes and i came an article stating we live in a black hole theory link...
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You must have heard the recent news that the first woman ever, Maryam Mirzakhani, just won the Fields Medal. ...
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What could we learn if we found the second moment of mass for a taurus and use E = mc2 to find second moment of energy?
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Simon Bridge
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I've researched multiple histories of Greek astronomy, and have not found a satisfactory answer to this. When...
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Comets have what is called an "induced magnetosphere". Has anyone been able to document polarity in any of the...
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Hello All, Padmanabhan's discussion of dynamics mentions that in general the two dimensional harmonic oscillator...
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A star 890,000 light-years away patrols our galactic frontier By Ken Croswell, author of The Alchemy of the Heavens...
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