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Use this topic to post links to helpful/informative websites about astronomy & cosmology.
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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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We often have questions about what telescope an aspiring amateur astronomer should buy. The "correct" answer can be...
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Much work has been done into detecting potential signals from extra-terrestrials, but I want to discuss the more...
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This is a continuation of the why space travel thread. Try to keep the discussion over there, ok?
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I was hoping someone would give some advice on the development of this entry on calculating the heat received by newly...
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Hi i was just wondering you when black bodies emit all spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. Now are atmosphere...
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Hello, this has been bugging me for a bit, so some clarification would be greatly appreciated. Say I'm located on a...
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So, i was on vacation and watching the New Tom Green Show, (which is much better than the old one imho) and this...
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say a person wished to learn about astronomy, but the only resource they have is the internet and a public library....
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I know it may be ambitious, but my astronomy club is considering building a small observatory. nothing to special, but...
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Well, first off, i founded an astronomy club at school finally, (warren'd be pleased to know that.) It was also...
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Hi I've been meaning to find a correction method for the true location of the sun so when I add the correction to the...
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Ok, ive just been reading this and it says that even if...
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I am having trouble understanding this problem. It has several parts describing a binary star system. The last part...
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Good Day Everyone, Been searching this site and the internet for over a week and have not found the answer to my...
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I been looking at various places for measured orbital mechanics properties of the solar system and found very little...
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Reading this about the Origin of the Earth during Hadean Eon at And there...
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Since nebular theory states that our solar system formed from the gravitational collapse of a giant gas cloud. ...
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I assume this is the right forum to ask this question Based on what I think I know, the Earth completes one full...
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Okay, I'm proberly missing something very silly, but if gravity is thought to go the speed of light, how come it can...
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Hello All, Just from the stand-point of the Sun itself and it's environment, is it possible or not to utilize the Sun...
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Hello, Well let me give a pithy description of whatís going on. There are 6 fixed stars (constellation) within a...
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After three months in orbit, following its launch on 20 April, Gravity Probe B has now entered its science phase. This...
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What do members think of this: ? Garth
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What are Giant Galactic Blobs? Perhaps these will give a clue as to the nature of galactic haloes and the...
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In another thread we discussed the nature and extent of the Giant Galactic Blobs!, and the nature of Dark Matter. ...
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There will be a conference entitled 1st Crisis In Cosmology Conference (CCC-I) Any takers? Garth
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Another possible crisis for the standard cosmological model? An old quasar in a young dark energy-dominated universe?...
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That is interesting ST. How dense is the inter-galactic-cluster medium? Garth
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What do members think of this paper? It reads as 'crackpot' to me, claiming as it does that gravitational waves cannot...
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SpaceTiger has created a very valuable thread on Mainstream Cosmology. For good scientific practice it is important to...
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An Old quasar in a Young Universe? On the arXiv today:Age of High Redshift Objects - a Litmus Test for the Dark...
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An anomalous concentration of QSOs around NGC 3079 by E.M. Burbidge, G. Burbidge, H.C. Arp and W.M. Napier - who else?...
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Living in the Multiverse by Steven Weinberg My thoughts exactly - well I'm not so sure I'll bet the dog! ...
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Recent Supernovae Ia observations tend to rule out all the cosmologies by R. G. Vishwakarma, Zacatecas University. ...
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Probing the Shape of the Galactic Halo with Hyper-Velocity Stars Do they need a SMBH to sling shot them or would...
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Is the identification of a GRB with a 'hyper-nova' at z = 6.295 when the universe was 900 Myrs old (standard model)...
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Lammerzahl, Preuss & Dittus' paper Is the physics within the Solar system really understood? claims that the following...
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Flying Over the Columbia Hills of Mars Garth
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