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Sound waves in space? by Rusty Shackleford
Ok, I have seen the Sci-Fi movies where there are sounds of explosions and energy weapons blasting away and the humming drone of warp drives etc. etc. but as...
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September 16th 03 02:42 PM
by Bill Sheppard Go to last post
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the moon by Holly
Hey ya peeps glad i found this spot i liked to look at all the other messages . I got some questions about the moon. I got my telescope like 2 years ago i got...
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September 16th 03 12:07 PM
by Painius Go to last post
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Universe expansion by G.P
Newbie here, pls bear with me: The universe is expanding, if so, the size of the universe is given by how far the stellar bodies at the edges of the universe...
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September 16th 03 12:38 AM
by matthewwinston Go to last post
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Stars red and blue light by Darrell
At first I was sure that this was an airplane heading toward me or even directly away from me because it was not moving left or right. After 2 hours the light...
September 15th 03 11:07 PM
by Llanzlan Klazmon The 15th Go to last post
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TAL1 by Phil Rocques
I have a TAL1 to which I would like to add a motor drive. Any suggestions?
September 15th 03 09:10 PM
by Phil Rocques Go to last post
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Mars 9/12 by algomeysa
I went to a local observatory last night, there was a big crowd lined up to look through the big scope at Mars. Mars was huge through the scope, though still...
September 15th 03 08:55 PM
by Darrell Go to last post
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Cosmic Rays...Then and Now by jojo
I was watching a program the other night..... Astronauts from early space missions were discussing a visual phenomenon. They would see streaks of very bright...
September 15th 03 05:46 PM
by jojo Go to last post
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Black Hole Sound Waves by nightbat
nightbat wrote Sound waves in space, hmmmm, thunder in the dark black cosmos? Better not tell Enterprize or Archie, they might think they're trumpets in the...
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September 15th 03 03:10 PM
by Bill Sheppard Go to last post
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keplers law by jojo
so, the planets revolve around the sun in an elliptical orbit? all the models I have seen show the orbits as circular. This explains why we have summer and...
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September 15th 03 04:15 AM
by J. Scott Miller Go to last post
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newbie qsn, what do u define universe as? by asger
Hi, am new to astronomy, and was wondering, what do you define universe as? thanks, asger
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September 15th 03 02:46 AM
by Ralph Hertle Go to last post
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Formula for calculating Julian Dates by Vandija Sanoth
I'm desperately seeking an equation that can calculate the current Julian date _with time_. I want to use this to write a macro. This equation would be able to...
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September 14th 03 10:26 PM
by Vandija Sanoth Go to last post
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Mars QTVR: candor chasma, ares valle, olympus mons by Amado Narvaez
A few years ago I came across some very nice Mars QTVR panoramas. Among them were candor chasma and ares valle. I believe the movies were at a NASA or JPL...
September 14th 03 02:31 AM
by Painius Go to last post
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Ring of stars traced by precession Where? by Scott Berg
Since the earth precesses in it's rotation, it's poles trace out a circle in the stars about every 26,000 years. Right now, the north pole points to the part...
September 14th 03 01:58 AM
by Odysseus Go to last post
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Satellite Tracking Question by Malcolm Hayes
Whilst staying in France and watching the stars I happened to watch three satellites running parallel with each other in an equilateral...
September 13th 03 10:01 PM
by Odysseus Go to last post
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Any Space Simulator games? by FERRANTE
Do Space Sims exists for home PC and if so, what is considered the best? Thanks, MAF
September 13th 03 09:39 PM
by John Twitchell Go to last post
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Any good resources on astronomy/astrology? by Painius
"Timberwolf" wrote... in message ... Hi everyone I'm a newbie to the world of...
September 13th 03 06:25 PM
by C.Swartz Go to last post
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I hate light polution!!! by Nate Pitcher
Do the rest of you have problems with this? It's really quite amazing to see all the useless lights on at night in the northern suburbs of Boston, around the...
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September 13th 03 06:24 PM
by Nate Pitcher Go to last post
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Astro humor by Scutter
Thought you might enjoy these..... -- Dan Braasch ------------------- Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are going camping. They pitch their...
September 13th 03 06:08 PM
by Tim Longwell Go to last post
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lost in alignment by Jon Hunter
Hi, CeeBee was kind enough to answer my collimation question in great detail. This helped me tremendously, for that I thank you! Now, I am lost. I keep...
September 13th 03 05:43 PM
by Tim Longwell Go to last post
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Can I see these? by jojo
As a newbie to astronomy, I am searching the night sky. I have a 4.5" reflector (Bushnell voyager) 4mm, 12,, and a 24mm, also a 3X barlow I am currently...
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September 13th 03 05:05 PM
by Darrell Go to last post
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