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Hi everyone Use this topic for posts about ongoing/upcoming stargazing events (e.g., comets, eclipses,...
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Borg
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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.
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astrophotography, photos Sticky Thread Pinned: Astrophotography photos ( 1 2 3 ... Last)
Looking for advice? Willing to share your expertise with other PF members? Brave enough to share & discuss your...
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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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How do you determine angular size from an object such as an asteroid? I tried searching the web but there were no real...
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hi folks, maybe somebody can help me with this: According to the standard theories of cosmology, the universe...
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Light just now reaching us from Andromeda Galaxy was created literally millions of years ago, around 2.5 to be in the...
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Tonight was an amazing night for stargazing so I drove about 10 minutes to a nice countryside road with barely any...
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Borek
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I've often heard there's no solid ground in the gas giants, but do we know this for a fact or are we just guessing...
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Well, this is awkward. I seem to have forgotten what star has a 0.0 value in the V-I color index. I almost want to...
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I have read two contraditory explanations of why the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics would prohibit an oscillating universe...
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Does anyone know if VSL theories are being seriously researched, studied, and pursued? -Glenn
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Hi, What is the orientation of the ecliptic plane of our solar system in relation to the plane of the galaxy? ...
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http://space.com/scienceastronomy/AAS_cosmic_rays_050117.html Quote from article... "Cosmic rays are not actually...
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Has there ever been a hypothesis or theory propsed (current or obsolete) proposing that the rocky planets formed from...
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timken
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Is it theory or fact that the universe is 4% baryonic, 23% Dark matter, 73% Dark energy. Theory right? -Glenn
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What are the smallest masses that could theoretically be put in space and set up in an orbital configuration. example...
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As the title says, just seen this Video... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzL194jiTyY&feature=player_embedded#t=107...
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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/science/space/article6846639.ece What do you guys think of this? I'm just a...
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In terms of damage (if any) - What can a Hyder Flare cause? http://spaceweather.com/
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I saw this on another site. The star Betelgeuse going supernova soon? I was talking to my son last week (he...
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Our carpool conversation this time of year usually involves the shortening daylight hours, which are quite noticeable...
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The Andromeda galaxy is hurtling towards us at 250,000 mph, in relation to what? Speed here on earth is generally...
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We have a good handle on what other galaxies look like, given that we're looking at them from a distance. But when I...
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I've been reading about terraforming and really stuck with it. Which planet /moon has the most convenient conditions,...
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As the topic says: What's your speculations about Theia? Was it really the reason that the Moon appeared and what...
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Hi all! I didn't know where to put this topic but since I thought it's general for all planets and gravitational...
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mfb
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I find this (quite new web page I think) very interesting: ...
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Gliese123
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Hi there! Well, it's not just a photo taken by a cellphone but a cellphone plus a very good binocular. And as...
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Gliese123
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Hi, I am working with a fish eye camera, i am trying to figure out how can i map an unknown point in the image to...
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glory1985
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Where can I get some data for Binary Star system? Thanks in Advance
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Hello, Could you please tell me roughly, how many galaxies have been observed? Thank you, Glynis
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If I went up in an air baloon and came back down about 12 hours later (assuming there was no wind), would I be half...
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In the Letters section of the August issue of Physics Today, a reader claims that when he asks 'newly minted physics...
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I'm trying to show that for certain combinations of altitude and inclination there will be periods of the year where a...
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Hello Everyone, I am currently designing project where part of it will involve a website and amoungst things, on the...
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How is it possible for one planet to rotate opposite the others and one to rotate 90 degrees axially from the others,...
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Is it possible that the chicxulub impact is responsible for the earths magnetic pole being tilted 15 degrees off the...
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As a fun teaching tool for several areas of math and science, imagine that happening. The planet floats in water. What...
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MadScientist 1000
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:confused: I Read an article about the IMAP data being flawed because of polorizations in our solar system, if this is...
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I've seen this mentioned on another post but some questions remain, the earth rotates about it's axis as I understand...
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I havn't seen this posted here, but its a nice picture of ice on mars. ...
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Here is a poll...how many alien civilizations do you think are existing in the Milky Way at this moment. - 1 - 10...
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This topic brings up the Fermi Paradox, once again. I just want to hear the boards opinion on this...should the galaxy...
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