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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
Hellfire requested that I post a list of classic papers that one could use for reference when trying to understand the...
Nov28-12 01:12 AM
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aandc, library, reference Sticky Thread Pinned: A&C reference library ( 1 2 3 ... Last)
Use this topic to post links to helpful/informative websites about astronomy & cosmology.
Jul3-14 06:29 PM
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Where is the matter of black holes? It seems the matter which ever formed or fell into a black hole, is somehow still...
Sep29-04 05:37 PM
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It is known since Hawking that an observer "a rest" at some far distance of a black hole sees a thermal radiation...
Mar28-12 05:03 PM
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I have recently read a few things about the local interstellar clouds and while I am by no means a science expert,...
Jan10-13 01:31 PM
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If so, how??
Sep25-13 08:31 PM
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cause the universe is expanding so it s doing work is increasing and the total Q energy in the universe is constant so...
Oct20-05 03:45 PM
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Is the experiment to find water on Mars by NASA is most idiotic experiment ever conducted by mankind. I mean,...
Jul29-13 08:41 AM
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If we can see equally far in every direction, which I believe is true, then that makes the earth the centre of the...
Apr30-08 02:59 AM
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Dark matter was introduced in order to make General Relativity (GR) compatible 1. with the rotational speed of...
May1-12 02:09 PM
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This has been bugging me for some time and I'd love to get a clearer picture. We know that photos from the various...
Sep28-04 01:56 PM
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i.e something happening out of nothing or was there no birth at all and all that exists today existed since forever?
Nov22-10 04:29 PM
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Is the Andromeda Galaxy going to collide with the Milky Way? I've heard that the Andromeda Galaxy is going to...
Feb18-05 11:29 PM
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It is, according to this article on ...
Jul21-05 10:39 PM
31 6,261 Several astrobiologists I know aren't aware...
Aug20-11 07:43 PM
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Hi, Is to possible to have an orbit (say around the sun) where the planet (say the earth) would be slightly tilted...
Jun20-08 02:54 AM
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Is spin of earth constant during year ? (don't implant friction(s) )
May14-09 04:26 PM
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At one time it was thought(still is?) that we live in a closed universe? So if we live in a closed universe we...
Apr26-09 02:05 PM
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is spacetime not the same as space and time ?? please explain what's the difference between "spacetime" and, space...
Nov15-12 09:44 PM
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Hey Einstein said that space, time and energy are linked. On a program at discovery science, they said that he got...
Sep30-10 11:23 AM
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It seems unlikely that space time is a lattice because it contradicts the fundamental assumptions and theories in...
May28-04 11:23 AM
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This brought me to the question: How can space expand? Does it mean that i can push off the vacuum? Is space some kind...
Mar24-07 06:15 PM
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obviously in some points, their is dust and little objects but is space itself really nothing? Not matter, not made of...
Jul5-12 04:33 AM
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If gravity distorts space-time, does space-time return to equilibrium when the gravity mass is gone (let's say it...
Feb16-12 09:26 AM
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If there is no atmosphere in space, than how could a rocket ship fire it's blasters on the way to the moon? Therefore...
Apr10-10 01:13 AM
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I have heard it said that although the temperature of space (NEO) is very cold, the vacuum is actually an insulator...
Dec20-10 02:23 AM
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Could what we're looking at in space already be magnified, but we just don't realize it? I can take an ordinary...
Sep3-06 12:03 AM
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I doubt it. The trajectory of meteor was very close to be horizontal, so it could make revolution('s) around the earth...
Feb16-13 04:10 AM
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... beyond our solar system ... A lot of attention is given to the latest discoveries in the far reaches of the...
Apr13-04 02:00 PM
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Because I was curious about this, I read here that, "Our own Sun is part of an open cluster than includes other nearby...
Apr1-11 11:13 AM
Vanadium 50
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Any thoughts on this, fellas? I have not read the book nor viewed the documentary (narrated by James Earl Jones) but...
Oct1-05 10:46 PM
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What do we know about the atom? All we know is that it has mass and that mass is energy. We know that when you smash...
Sep29-09 08:29 PM
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Ok, this may be a silly question and I probably should have asked it a long time ago.. Do the planets in our solar...
Jun12-08 07:13 PM
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To form, is it one of the oldest?
Jun24-05 03:13 PM
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Is our galaxy in the centre of the universe? If it is not, how can the age of galaxies be determined? how can data...
Dec17-04 07:00 PM
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Is nasa doing anything to advance the science of cosmology? my personal veiw is that this agency is a total waste of...
May18-06 04:21 PM
Michael Mozina
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is mysore university good for integrated msc in astrophysics or any other????
Oct21-10 09:50 AM
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I'm trying to get an expression for how many stars below a certain magnitude m I will see in the entire field of view...
Mar17-11 08:12 PM
Ken G
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Does moon have anything good to us, other than for ancient people to imagine a lot of myths about it!:wink:
Jul18-03 03:36 PM
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I often hear that for planet to have life on it it must have proportionaly large moon to keep it's axial tilt small...
May27-12 11:13 AM
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Consider a star of mass m at a distance r form the center of a circular disk galaxy. Newton's law: F = GM(r)m/(r^2)...
Apr3-10 03:25 AM
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Is new matter still being created from energy in the universe anywhere, or is that something that only happened at the...
Aug27-10 07:16 AM
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