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Use this topic to post links to helpful/informative websites about astronomy & cosmology.
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Hi everyone Use this topic for posts about ongoing/upcoming stargazing events (e.g., comets, eclipses,...
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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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what is the difference between antimatter sun and a matter one, thanks.
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Referring to following link, it provides satellite location on W135, I would like to know what difference on Satellite...
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hi, i have a quick question.....last april (04/24/11 1:22am/est to be exact) i witnessed a flash in the sky, small but...
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I'm going to be around some astronaunts and aerospace engineers tomarrow. Also maybe some astrophysicists. Does...
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Ok well I have a meade 2114 atts relfector telescope and it is great. I can see jupiter and all sorts of other...
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Are there examples of globular clusters (of stars) or clusters/superclusters (of galaxies) that are rotating around...
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Also, is there something to look for in particular when you're buying binoculars for stargazing?
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My son is interested in Astronomy (I may have a little interest also). Anyway, I am going to buy him a telescope, but...
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I saw a thread on ison but it was inactive for days.So i have decided to make one.So here are latest pics of ison from...
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My girlfriend bought me some sweet astro-binoculars from Orion for Christmas (20x80s) and I would love to use them but...
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Hi all, I'm trying to find information on this one mission (NASA AFAIK)... They deployed a satellite which had...
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Hi there, I am using a celestron C11. But I really need some help with aligning it up through auto 3 star align. ...
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a bit random to this but could any of you give me an example aperture for a telescope collecting ISO far-infrared...
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i know the equation for both, apogee=a(1+e) perigee=a(1-e). i know the e stands for eccentricity, but what does the a...
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This is sort of in response to an article Ivan posted in the locked Apophis thread:...
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This is probably the third time that I have heard or read conflicting reports on this. ...
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Hi everybody, Recently, i have read several articles about Apophis, an asteroid which may hit the earth in about 36...
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What is the meaning of: "the apparent magnitude of a star is obtain with a system of 3 stars"? Thanks
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Hello everyone, I've been wondering if I can calculate the apparent magnitude of The Moon since I know the apparent...
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I've seen that Mars' apparent magnitude varies between -2.9 and 1.8 and Mercury's from -2.0 and 5.5 (wikipedia said so...
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I know there there has to be a simple answer to this, but I can't understand where it's at. Here is the question. ...
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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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Hello everybody! I read that because of about 4 min difference between sidereal day and solar day, at the end of a...
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I've gotten into an amusing discussion with another individual on the topic of the apparent size of comets as seen in...
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A quick check on reveals that, not only is globular cluster M62 hospitable to life, it has some pretty...
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If you could be there to have a look, what would their color be? How transparent would they be? What would the waves...
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I'd like to let you know my conception on the universe. You will need just a minute to familiarize with it. Just jump...
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I have spent many hours today trying to determine at what distances certain substances will condense in protoplanetary...
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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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I'm going out tonight to find a couple constellations at around 9pm corvus, libra, and hydra are my goals. Any...
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Might self-gravitating bodies, made primarily of liquid water, be characteristic of some extrasolar systems?
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So it's often said that the Andromeda galaxy is much wider than the moon, if you count all of its outer regions as...
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When they say "branes" colliding to make a they mean universes crashing into each other to make a brand...
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As above really
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Hi everybody I just wanted to ask are all the galaxies in the universe visible by the light they send? In the other...
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Are any of you fans of the STS-107 crew even though they are deceased? Some people make MySpaces about them. :) But I...
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there is so much in the literature about BHs, but AFAIK only observations of some gravitational disturbance has been...
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Are black holes black afterall? I remember reading in Hawking's book that black holes aren't black.
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A couple of quick questions after watching a video on the helectic model that the solar system follows on it's course...
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Is the center of a black hole essentially a pole, or a "point at infinity"? I always thought about this in my complex...
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