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Hi everyone Use this topic for posts about ongoing/upcoming stargazing events (e.g., comets, eclipses,...
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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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We have lift off. http://news.google.com/news?q=venus+express+launched&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=nn&oi=newsr ...
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Nereid
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Venus currently does not have a magnetic field. I have come across one source that says the rotation plays a part in...
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photos here: next time, 2117...YOU won't be here to see it then!! ...
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http://www.newscientist.com/news/news.jsp?id=ns99994136
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Andre
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Apparantly this one was missed, at least nothing turned up on a search. Obviously you can speculate all you...
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http://home.mira.net/~reynella/skywatch/trarep04.htm
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This came up in another thread, and now I'm not sure of my answers. 1] Venus' rotation is retrograde. Is that...
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SpaceTiger
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I am working with the Keplerian Elements from the JPL web site. a - Semi-Major Axis e - Eccentricity I -...
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Hipparcus indicates that our supposed closest star alpha centuari is 742 marcs parallax, which corresponds to about...
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Nik_2213
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Um im new to the forms i am an eight grade I am on the natinol honor role I am in algbra 1 i have won the science fair...
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Phobos
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Does anyone know what the native resolution of Cassini's various cameras are? I'm looking for VERY high resolution (>...
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Nereid
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wFpeM3fxJoQ VLT (Very Large Telescope)
Aug28-11 10:17 PM
Chronos
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why do stars twinkle? (or why do they look like they're twinkling?)
Apr11-04 09:51 PM
Nereid
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If something hit the Earth billions of years ago and caused a molten blob to be released from it,and this blob settled...
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Anyone know of a good 10-20 minute video on space travel? Anything that provides sufficient information on space...
Apr28-10 09:39 PM
eveo
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At a distance of 2-4 AUs, (in the asteroid belt), would you be able to stare directly at the sun? What about the rest...
Nov21-11 11:24 PM
Drakkith
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When we view the Milky Way with the naked eye from earth in the winter night sky, we see the streakish 'cloud' of its...
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PhanthomJay
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Before reading this article please read the following: NEVER view the sun with the naked eye for any length of...
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davenn
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How it is possible to capture photographs of milky way. I mean just take a case that we can't take photos of earth...
Nov3-10 05:49 AM
rajatgl16
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Hello I am not quite sure what resolution i am suppose to see if i look through saturn in my Orion 6" newtonian...
Mar23-09 05:37 AM
russ_watters
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Would a galaxy 7 billion LY away appear to be twice the expected size (angular size) as a consequence of the expansion...
Apr26-08 12:54 AM
Chronos
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I live in Oregon on the coast, so not only do clouds get in the way, but so does light pollution (though im sure light...
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DaleSwanson
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Hey Im looking to buy a fine quality telescope by either Meade or Celestron, a schimdt Cassegrain. I came across this...
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turbo
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Hi all, I have a question according to Vilenkin's proposal using GR one borrows the notion that geomerty is not...
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agnostictheist
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The universe is infinite so that means that there are an infinite number of planets. Some of these planets are known...
May27-03 11:05 AM
Phobos
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Hope this is the right forum.. What does the community think of Branson's Virgin Galactic? Will it be nothing more...
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http://arxiv.org/astro-ph/0503104 Does VIRGOHI21 Pose a Problem for MOND? Scott Funkhouser, Occidental College,...
Mar12-05 12:52 AM
Chronos
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Was there an early epoch when all particles were virtual - perhaps before the Planck time?
Sep27-05 02:17 AM
hellfire
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Are you too lazy, or cheap, to buy a decent telescope, set it up and cruise the night sky? But would still like to...
Jun22-05 06:14 AM
Dr.Brain
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I was thinking... virtual particle-antiparticle pairs created just inside the event horizon of the universe...
Dec15-04 01:46 PM
Hellburner
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I re-read parts of "Genius" by James Gleick earlier today after visiting a web-site that discussed steady-state...
May29-04 06:51 PM
Olias
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Was wondering: In Hawkins's " Univers in a nutshell" book, he talks about the behavior ov virtual particule pairs...
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flashprogram
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To members of the forum interested in astronomy: Just went to the Starry Night website and my Avast software detected...
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e2m2a
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So this weekend I read a little about the Dresden Codex of the Maya (their astronomical log) and played a little bit...
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willem2
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There may have been other threads, wondering about the mystery of Venus. Or to sum up: ...
Sep29-05 01:26 PM
Andre
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Why haven't we been to the moon in recent years?
Apr1-03 04:13 PM
drag
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I have a question about visual binaries on a homework, which is at the link below. Question sheet here In addition...
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pi-70679
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Hello everyone. It is exciting to discover your forum here. I am hoping someone might be able to point me in the...
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Slumberland
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I'm not sure if this is a correct forum for this topic, but I'm wondering if there is any research done on VLF (very...
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Here are some images from the Very Large Telescope project. Some pictures are over 70MB!! Five Years of VLT -- The...
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