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Have a homework question about power law density distributions that I could use a little help on... Given a...
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I have watched the Sun's shadow make its trek from the solstice moments for many years. I have it marked and like to...
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As the expansion of space accelerates, space is created and this seems to break the conservation of energy law. I've...
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Hello Dark matter is presumed.... to balance the sums... as visible matter doesn't work out (apparently) to a high...
May19-13 12:35 PM
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Hello hope someone can help me to understand more about what I need to study at uni to become an astronomer. Is it...
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hi guys, i have an elementary question about the blackhole..recently i have read in a science magazine that even the...
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For a simple starter, I'm curious what the transparency of pane glass is. Moreover, we have a domed observatory...
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I was watching a popular TV series on the Universe which briefly described super novae. Here are two naive...
May13-13 07:03 PM
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Why do we talk about dark matter rather than dark mass? Where does the necessity for matter stem from?
May18-13 02:43 AM
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I'm sorry if I posted this is the wrong section, but I was wondering if fundamental forces evolve? In other words, can...
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This article made me wonder - how many people would go to Mars if it was a one-way trip? One-Way Martian Colonization...
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Hi, I'm a total amateur, but I'm really curious about this. When we look at a galaxy that's millions of light years...
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I have a question regarding the Eddington limit. My question is, an object with any mass has luminosity greater than...
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can someone help me - i am new to forum. i do not have a physics background - medical doctor. i have been looking on...
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What makes the world spin?
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So I've been playing with a little N-body code in 3D for gravitational problems and have made an OpenGL visualization...
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In high school whenever i asked questions about planets and their orbits around their star or the orbits of satellites...
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Hello, I was wondering a thing or two about black holes, now I'm not any kind of physicist or hobby astronomer for...
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I've seen many examples that an observer witnessing an object approach the event horizon will see it slow down to a...
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I heard recently that the ecliptic is about 60 degrees out of alignment with the galactic plane, and was tilted up in...
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Hello everyone! Just something I was thinking about today that I haven't been able to shake. I recently read that...
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I hear that black holes evaporate, but does it all get converted into Hawkins radiation? And what role do white holes...
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Hi, I've been messing with the found-on-web formula LST = 100.46 + 0.985647 * days past J2000 + degrees longitude +...
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by the time light from a distant star reaches us, lets say from Canopus, does the light become coherent? and if it...
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hello I amm trying to understand the difference between flux and specific intensity of radiation. I understand...
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If the universe is expanding at less than the speed of light, what happens to EM radiation that is emitted from...
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We know that there exists no such thing as a "rigid" substance in relativity. Now suppose we had a disc of uniform...
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Hi, I am a Mechanical engineer from India. I want to do my Masters and Phd. in Astrophysics or cosmology.Can anyone...
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I want to know why everything in the universe forms a Ball or Sphere? Is gravity the cause of this? If so why? For...
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I want to know what is the shape of a Black Hole? Is it round like a globe, or is it flat or oval shaped?
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"...... the first direct evidence of pear shaped nuclei in exotic atoms. The findings could advance the search for a...
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I see there have been many postings about this topic in this forum. The formula for this relation is Luminosity =...
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A meteorite crashed into the moon on March 17, ...
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The Moon is close enough to Earth that it is tidally locked, however it is also slowly but steadily moving into a...
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Hey I'm 16 and currently studying my last year of physics in high school. I have to write an extended research task...
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I have been fascinated by stars and Black holes for most of my life but one of the things I cant get a satisfactory...
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Hi, new and pondering with much ignorance. Hence the question marks. Had to register! Are we traveling, is our...
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I was thinking about the big bang, the universe and thermodynamics, and it led me to the following question. What...
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1304.6592 What the??? I nominate this for the most outlandish arxiv article I've seen yet...
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