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Sixth International Mars Conference will Include Public Event by Ron Baalke
Caltech News Release For Immediate Release July 14, 2003 Contact: Mark Wheeler (626) 395-8733 Sixth International Mars Conference will...
July 14th 03 07:07 PM
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celestron nexstar 8 by chris CLARK
Hi can anyone give me any views on this telescope, Im thinking of getting either this or the meade LX55 10" Regards Chris
July 14th 03 06:41 PM
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We have cosmic-ray-bursts, we have gamma-ray-bursts, what else do wehave? V838 by Archimedes Plutonium
Title is pretty much it. We have cosmicraybursts which end up being super energetic protons ranging from proton energy to that of 10^15 MeV. Still waiting for...
July 14th 03 06:24 PM
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oldest planet 13 billion years old in M-4 by Archimedes Plutonium
Sorry, this should have been posted last night when I heard the news fresh from the TV == Lehrer Newshour. The problem with that news is they do not do enough...
July 14th 03 06:22 PM
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The Point by eediot
The Point is: We obtain parametric equations by setting one of the coordinates equal to a function of a parameter, substituting for this coordinate in the...
July 14th 03 06:18 PM
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Gamma-Ray-Burst Catcher Readies for Launch (Forwarded) by Archimedes Plutonium
Andrew Yee wrote: (snipped) 30 June 2003 Gamma-Ray-Burst Catcher Readies for Launch I know you said that a typical gammarayburst can outshine but
July 14th 03 06:10 PM
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Rocket telescope gets closest look at the Sun (Forwarded) by Andrew Yee
Bill Steigerwald NASA Goddard Space Flight Center July 9, 2003 Greenbelt, Md 20771 (Phone: 301/286-5017) Donald...
July 14th 03 04:09 PM
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Precise nuclear measurements give clues to astronomical X-ray bursts(Forwarded) by Andrew Yee
Argonne National Laboratory For more information, please contact: Dave Jacque, 630/252-5582, July 11, 2003 Precise nuclear measurements give...
July 14th 03 03:56 PM
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If life is normal... (Crossposted) by John Leonard
It occurred to me the other evening, that the universe is supposed to be ~14 billion years old. Life on Earth is supposed to be ~3.5 billion years old. Human...
July 14th 03 12:24 PM
by Joseph Lazio Go to last post
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It's still happening... by N'vok
I know everyone swore to stop this, but I thought this was too good to pass up. http://www.zetatalk.com/index/zeta16.htm Red sky at night, Nancy's delight...
July 14th 03 06:58 AM
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What to do with old S&T Mags? by David E. Francis
"adam bootle" wrote in message ... how about scanning them and selling them on disk...
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July 14th 03 04:24 AM
by JOHN PAZMINO Go to last post
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ESA's SMART-1 ready to fly (Forwarded) by Andrew Yee
European Space Agency Science News Release No. 7-2003 Paris, France 11 July 2003 ESA's SMART-1 ready to fly After the completion of all mechanical and...
July 14th 03 01:22 AM
by Andrew Yee Go to last post
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Searching for the 'real' waterworld (Forwarded) by Andrew Yee
ESA News http://www.esa.int 9 July 2003 Searching for the 'real' waterworld Science fiction writers and movie-makers have imagined a world...
July 14th 03 12:21 AM
by Andrew Yee Go to last post
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Questions about Xephem and mars orbits... by Jan Panteltje
I use Xephem now to look at where mars is relative to earth. I do read about elliptic orbits, in the display of that program the orbits are round. Is there a...
July 13th 03 10:19 PM
by Jan Panteltje Go to last post
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25th Anniversary of the Discovery of Pluto's moon Charon (Forwarded) by Nicolai P. Zwar
wrote: What do your ongoing unsubstantiated and erroneous claims have to do with astronomy, Zwar? First of all, the claims you...
July 13th 03 09:04 PM
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CATASTROPHIC REMINDER -- Man as Old as Coal by Mr. 4X
(Ed Conrad) wrote: As of today -- at long last -- truth no longer will play an important role in your rants...
July 13th 03 04:27 PM
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EQUILIBRIUM AND PHOTON IN THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE Copyright 1984-2003 Allen C. Goodrich As the universe expands the sum of kinetic and potential energies...
July 13th 03 04:17 PM
by N'vok Go to last post
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GALACTIC FEDERATION Update: July 1, 2003 by Joe Jefferson
Robt McElwain wrote: Right now, nearly 10 million of our observers are scattered throughout your world, on all of your continents and in more than...
July 12th 03 06:11 PM
by Joe Jefferson Go to last post
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Big Bertha Thing blogs by Tony Lance
Big Bertha Thing Battle Cosmic Ray Series Possible Real World System Constructs http://tonylance.mybravenet.com/battle.html Access page to 600K ZIP...
July 12th 03 09:41 AM
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earth slowing rotation, or not? by Paul Curran
On 10 Jul 2003 02:18:58 GMT, (BHZellner) wrote: This adding the leap seconds, is done due to inaccuracies in our calendars and not...
July 12th 03 07:57 AM
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