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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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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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Possible exit points from this universe to another, or maybe collection points for energy to be saved and reassigned...
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Hey guys! So I'm looking at this textbook that attempts to describe to me how to get kepler's first law describing a...
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lpetrich
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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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Creator
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Hey I have a project about dark energy. Part of it is that I need to make some kind of homework problem with this...
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Might ancient mid-latitude Mar's ice be covalently bonded? Would 1-2 billion year old ice have much greater density...
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Core Drop As previously described, might one drop a 10x10x10 ft cement cube at 15-20 ft from Gulf of Mexico oil/gas...
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Our multi-stellar system? Most stars form in multiples. Where are our sister stars? All of such sisters should be...
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Voyager 1 launched in 1977 is ~10^10 miles out, near heliopause. Continuing at it's current velocity (3x 10^8 mph),...
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qraal
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Perhaps the recent silica found on the Moon highlands resulted from the extreme conditions of temperature and pressure...
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Borek
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At least 3 million years are required to form a geological strata (of say 7 ft?). What remanents of a culture...
Apr3-11 11:58 PM
Chronos
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Would it seem reasonable that so-called ‘hot jupiters’ are in resonance i.e. have a stable orbit? If one utilized our...
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Is mass, angular momentum, and charge sufficient for black hole characterization? Or is also entropy, and hence...
May17-11 03:28 PM
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Would it seem reasonable that so-called ‘hot jupiters’ are in resonance i.e. have a stable orbit? If one utilized our...
May20-11 03:40 PM
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Hipparcus indicates that our supposed closest star alpha centuari is 742 marcs parallax, which corresponds to about...
May21-11 01:32 PM
Nik_2213
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Jet propelled Black Holes by ion engine? Might asymmetry of jets for BH, together with Newton’s Third Law, result in...
Jun13-11 07:23 PM
Nik_2213
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How far away can the oxygen signature in our atmosphere be detected? Indicative of photosynthesis. How far away can...
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chemisttree
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How far away is the Oort comet cloud? 1000 AU or 10,000 AU? c=10^10 cm/sec. for 10^8 sec/yr., gives 10^18 cm/lyr....
Nov26-11 09:21 AM
Aidyan
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Hi all, I am nearing the start of my final year at university and part of that year is a large research project on...
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Benit13
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Hi all, For my second year project at university, I have collected and analysed 21cm data of the Milky Way (MW). I...
Mar19-14 09:19 AM
Cptn.Shelly
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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...
Aug24-14 01:54 PM
martiandawn
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if u were at the center of a black hole which way would the gravity pull u. if it pulled u at all. what do u guys...
Jun20-09 07:48 AM
Wallace
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if light cannot escape a black hole then how do they emit stuff called hawking radiation.
Aug3-09 05:35 PM
boredjavi
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Assuming that none of the energy in the universe was being converted into mass and vice versa , could the mass...
May16-10 09:53 PM
SpaceTiger
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Lets say i had a black hole out in space , and then i had another black hole made out of anti-matter , and they came...
Jul16-10 10:58 AM
mestar
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If a current loop does not radiate EM waves, then why does a pulsar? If the charge is evenly spread through the...
Dec19-11 10:46 PM
Drakkith
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I'm trying to estimate the ratio of the flux of sunlight to moonlight (at full moon). What I'm interested in is if I'm...
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cragwolf
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Does all (i.e. 100%) of the energy generated in the Sun's core via nuclear fusion eventually escape out into space (as...
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Borek
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Hi, Recently started with astronomy with a basic 5 inch reflector, not motorised but interesting initial...
Nov16-12 05:48 AM
Drakkith
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hey folks, i was wondering if anyone could give me help on a wee problem i have. using a distance of a star of...
May31-12 08:52 AM
ibysaiyan
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hey, thought i would throw this problem out there.... if you have the luminosity of a red supergiant 400,000...
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twofish-quant
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Hi guys, i'm not sure if this topic fits here, but can anyone tell me about the origin of planets? Like how is our...
Nov6-09 10:03 PM
qraal
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Hi guys, me again, with two questions. Just saw a documentation about supernova, when supernova happens, a huge amount...
Nov11-09 10:58 AM
Sorry!
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there was a singularity, what made it expand i so confused
Jan6-10 01:03 AM
mugaliens
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Is there are 1:1 ratio of matter and energy in the universe?
Mar7-08 07:34 PM
crazylum
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i met a brilliant scientist about a year ago he invented one very very important item that saved millions of lives ...
Apr16-12 04:30 PM
cre8flow
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this is my first post-is there such a thing as an opposite of a supernova and what is hydrostatic equilibrium ...
Apr19-12 03:13 PM
Drakkith
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do most astronomers agree that there should have been a supernova visible from earth during this period but it wasnt...
Apr17-12 06:07 PM
SHISHKABOB
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it is such a wierd object mysterious almost spiritual
Apr17-12 06:09 PM
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Would appreciate any comments
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Can anyone confirm the earth's spin axis direction with respect to the AXIS of rotation of the galactic center? (in...
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