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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Jul3-14 06:29 PM
marcus
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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...
Nov28-12 01:12 AM
stargazer3
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So i have a physics presentation to do on tuesday and i have no idea how to find the temperature of a of objects in...
Jan20-14 06:25 PM
Simon Bridge
8 1,077
I was just wondering if anyone has ever studyed what a large moon like ours would do to mars? Maybe the tektonic...
May21-04 07:20 PM
Lord Flasheart
7 1,699
Sedna is a recently discovered object in space. Apparently it's composed primarily of ice and similiar elements....
Apr11-04 10:55 PM
Nereid
8 1,334
Upon reading about the discovery of Sedna and thinking about other objects that may lay beyond Pluto I thought of an...
Apr12-04 09:25 AM
Nereid
32 2,436
For fun lets assume the following: - I have a box inside which is a device that has the capability of nullifying...
May9-11 08:25 AM
Vanadium 50
28 3,566
What is the maximum wavelength of m101 seen from the Earth by eye?
Sep28-07 08:27 AM
menager31
2 2,204
Can an airship rotate the Earth and the Earth is not in eliptical orbit's focus ?(can be in center?)
Oct8-07 10:03 AM
menager31
4 1,424
Can someone explain all the known paths a star can take from its birth to its death? This is what I know so far....
Mar13-09 10:02 AM
SpiffyKavu
9 1,634
if a star collapses in its all sides simultaneously, why it become a flat disk later? (as if it crunches to the...
Aug19-09 05:05 PM
meni ohana
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Hi! my question is, if space expand, how come the stars (and planets) don't? they are part of the space and not...
May19-10 04:50 PM
mgb_phys
2 1,707
Besides low gravity and high doses of radiation, one of the more intractable difficulties in terraforming Mars is that...
Apr14-13 04:24 PM
Mordred
3 977
From what I've been told, the temperature in space is approx. 3oK if not in direct contact with infrared rays from the...
Dec6-08 08:41 AM
marcus
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Has anyone else heard about this? http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2003/12mar_darkspot.htm?list827141
Mar27-03 05:57 PM
LURCH
6 5,170
I have recently listened to the tapes of the "Journey through the Tenth Dimension" lecture, given by Michio Kaku in...
Apr5-09 11:20 PM
bloodiron
24 4,708
I've just talked with someone who informed me of a T.V. special, that dealt with the discovery of two planets, that...
Mar26-03 08:52 PM
LURCH
3 2,701
My question pertains to atmosphere. Forgive me if it sounds stupid, or obvious, but I just don't know how atmospheres...
Jun18-03 07:16 AM
Mr. Robin Parsons
14 1,572
I've mentioned this before, the problems that might arise if the moon were to leave our orbit. However, I never really...
Dec13-03 05:14 PM
Rader
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I think it's called "Edna"...anyway, it's named after an inuit goddess and it being called the 10th planet of our...
Mar19-04 04:42 PM
Phobos
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Forgive me, but I don't know the source of this. Has anyone heard anything about... ?
Jul27-04 11:40 AM
Perspectives
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If blackholes are at the centre of each galaxy is it possible that all the matter from that paricular galaxy came from...
Nov26-06 11:07 AM
MadScientist 1000
24 3,124
I keep hearing about how this exotic Dark Matter is supposed to be evenly spread out across the universe... and that...
Feb9-08 04:01 PM
cristo
2 1,305
From everything I have read so far, we only know of Dark matter by means of gravitational inconsistencies. My question...
Jan3-09 09:33 PM
marcus
5 1,453
As I was helping my teenage kids with their science homework, I began to wonder if and how Einsteins theories on...
Apr3-09 03:26 PM
Wallace
9 1,500
I wonder, Why is it so easy to imagine simple ETs, but so difficult to accept God(s) or God ETs as having been here...
Dec7-03 10:44 PM
Phobos
3 1,061
Could the missing mass/dark matter be (migrating)? Black holes of various sizes? I have serious doubts if the missing...
Aug24-08 07:24 AM
merlinsbyte
5 1,859
Are there any satellite around the Moon on geostationary orbit?
Sep25-10 09:39 AM
D H
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1) A huge meteor can cause to destroy the civilization. But let assume that a comet pass by the Earth. Can a...
Sep28-10 08:13 AM
DaveC426913
10 4,264
I've read the following statement: "Fractional instability of some pulsars is comparable with the one of atomic...
Dec18-10 11:01 PM
bcrowell
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Are there any observations or estimations about asteorids outside our solar system?
May14-11 02:45 PM
mersecske
6 1,414
I have to model an asteroid collision to the surface of the Earth In my model the infinite short stop is not...
May31-11 04:01 PM
zhermes
23 4,717
Can we know something of the distribution of planets material in general? I mean, the percentage of solid, fluid,...
May25-11 10:18 AM
Nik_2213
10 2,317
What is the crater size for an asteroid impact as a function of the asteroid diameter? Are there any estimated...
May16-11 02:07 PM
zhermes
3 2,175
Are there any big difference of star distribution and H-atom distribution in the Milky Way on large scale (larger...
May25-11 01:25 AM
Drakkith
1 978
How many gamma photons are in the galaxy, and what can we know about the distribution? Which kind of process can...
May23-11 06:34 AM
Nik_2213
1 1,228
What is the liftime of a solid planet compared to the life of its sun?
May23-11 10:25 PM
Nabeshin
3 2,213
What is the ratio of asteroid impacts on the Mars to the same rate on the Earth? I think it depends on the diameter...
May24-11 05:18 PM
cepheid
4 2,332
Hydrogen atoms are in ionised state in the Sun? So the electrons are in a separate gas state? If, yes, than what is...
May27-11 02:58 AM
Drakkith
5 1,680
Which is the asteroid size or mass which can destroy the Earth totally (I mean, breaking apart)?
May24-11 04:27 PM
Janus
8 2,147
Are there any usable simulation in the literature on the formation of a solar system? It is possible for example that...
May24-11 03:38 PM
Vagn
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How frequent are collisions in the ooort cloud? Are there any good reference in the literature about this topic?
Jun2-11 04:09 PM
Ophiolite
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