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New Book in Planetary Science by Andy Flower
Dear All, Cambridge University Press is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of a new book in the Cambridge Planetary Science series. 'Jupiter'...
September 22nd 04 12:08 PM
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intelligent question by nostradamus
Hello, Is it not contradictory for cosmologists to state that Star Trek is rubbish because you cannot hear expolsions in a vaccum and then say that space is...
September 11th 04 12:58 AM
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baloon static in air by Keith Harwood
udit wrote: i have another question suppose a hot air ballon is made still in mid air. then the earth will rotate under it so will the baloon reach...
September 9th 04 04:07 PM
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Hitting a golf shot off the moon.. by Chris
Could anybody let me know if it would be possible to hit a tee shot from the surface of the moon (forget about space suits, just imagine it was a normal golf...
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September 9th 04 03:59 PM
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Gravity? by [email protected]
A guy was discussing his theory of "gravity" with me today. He believes that it is not a force, but an effect. He believes that what we interpret as gravity is...
September 9th 04 03:38 PM
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Gravity theory and the big bang by Phych
I do not know if this is an existing theory, I only came up with it today, so please bear with my ignorance. Consider the moon (since its diameter is so much...
September 9th 04 08:06 AM
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More comets towards Alpha Centauri? by AA Institute
I was hoping to find out if we would encounter more comets and interstellar debris on a hypothetical journey going out from our solar system in the direction...
September 8th 04 10:44 PM
by Roger Stokes Go to last post
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Gravity as Falling Space by Henry Haapalainen
If you want to see a diagram, you find it he http://www.wakkanet.fi/~fields/ GRAVITY AS FALLING SPACE INTRODUCTION Gravity appears to be really strange,...
September 4th 04 04:08 PM
by Sam Wormley Go to last post
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spotting scope advice by Andrew
Hi I'm hoping you can help with some advice. I'm wanting to buy a spotting scope for a friend getting married. He has a seaside house with a lovely view...
September 4th 04 10:56 AM
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Fatural error on nasapage? by Rene PE1RA
Bjørn Ove Isaksen wrote: It seems the Mars Rover Webpages carries a story http://marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/press/spirit/20040813a.html That...
August 22nd 04 06:43 PM
by Rene PE1RA Go to last post
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Advantages of an equatorial launch by Alejandro Zuzek
I know that a launch from the equator to a zero inclination orbit gets all of the advantage of the Earth rotation, but I was wondering if this advantage works...
August 10th 04 07:33 PM
by Lou Scheffer Go to last post
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Solitonic star by Miguel Alonso Ceballos
What's this? A star that emule the behaviour of a solitary wave (a soliton)?
August 9th 04 05:43 PM
by Miguel Alonso Ceballos Go to last post
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Kepler on Mercurius by dirk selis
Pictures of Mercurius are dark and pictures of Mars are red . So I asked myself if there is a infrareddisplacement , so pictures of Mercurius have to be taken...
August 7th 04 01:04 PM
by dirk selis Go to last post
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Moderator note expect delays next week by George William Herbert
This note is regarding moderation and approval for: sci.space.tech sci.space.science sci.military.moderated Cc'ed to sci.space.policy for informational...
August 7th 04 04:01 AM
by George William Herbert Go to last post
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Puttering through the Van Allen Belts by John Schilling
(Mike Miller) writes: For a hypothetical spacecraft (an Earth orbit-to-lunar orbit transfer vehicle) that spends 10 hours accelerating to...
August 3rd 04 09:39 PM
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sci.space.tech and sci.space.science Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) by s.s.t moderator
This is the weekly Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) posting for sci.space.tech and sci.space.science . It is crossposted into sci.space.policy to explain...
August 1st 04 11:58 AM
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Could a bullet be made of something that could go from orbit to Earth's surface? by Scott T. Jensen
I'm up on the Space Station and I go out for a nice little space walk. I take along my specially designed hunting rifle and fire a bullet down at the planet. ...
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July 26th 04 06:18 PM
by Robert Lee Go to last post
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sci.space.tech and sci.space.science Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) by s.s.t moderator
This is the weekly Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) posting for sci.space.tech and sci.space.science . It is crossposted into sci.space.policy to explain...
July 25th 04 11:58 AM
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Rings on Saturn?? by Jo & MickD
Why do the rings on Saturn look so perfect ie have perfect looking gaps around them. How does this actually happen or work?????????
July 25th 04 03:28 AM
by Henry Spencer Go to last post
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Orbits of orbiting matter around Saturn by Narasimham G.L.
What are the orbits taken by Saturn's moons and ice matter in the rings moving around Saturn? Does each particle desribe an elliptic orbit? Is apogee/perigee...
July 24th 04 02:58 AM
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