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Angular separation vs separation distance with increasing z? by [email protected]
Suppose two objects are separated on the sky by 1 arc minute, and I can move them in or out in z as a test example.... Then, as I look out to higher z...
December 28th 16 04:45 AM
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Galactic massive BH photon consumption vs Galactic center flux? by [email protected]
On Monday, December 12, 2016 at 1:03:35 PM UTC-8, Steve Willner wrote: In article , Steven Carlip ...
December 26th 16 11:26 AM
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L_Universe due to SNII Neutrinos = 322 * L_Universe? by No Name
In SLAC lecture at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DHiCRTUxgwPY Public Lecture | Supernovas: Gravity-powered Neutrino Bombs Alex Friedland comments that for...
December 24th 16 11:15 AM
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Redshift when CBR energy density = energy density of all other radiation by [email protected]
I'm working to assemble a table / graph for the Luminosity of the universe as a function of age of the universe. I think these are the only sources of...
December 24th 16 11:14 AM
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Reionization Energy or Universe Mass Budget by [email protected]
I haven't figured out how to calculate this value, should be simple so I'm just missing something I think. From Madau plots etc., I get star formation rates...
December 24th 16 11:14 AM
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Fantastic News by Robert L. Oldershaw
Fantastic news! Discrete Scale Relativity predicted, before exoplanets were first discovered, that the mass function of the exoplanet masses would have its...
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December 21st 16 01:34 PM
by Phillip Helbig Go to last post
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Universe Luminosity Function and CBR energy density evolution? by No Name
Does anyone know of a good paper showing the luminosity of the universe as a function of age of the universe? ie, a plot showing total L per unit co moving...
December 20th 16 05:33 PM
by Steve Willner Go to last post
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R(t) for Observable_Today, Universe for early universe ages by [email protected]
I want to determine the radius vs time for the universe (observable today) but using universe ages starting with age =3D 0.721 Gyr and moving forward in Gyr...
December 13th 16 10:10 PM
by Phillip Helbig (undress to reply)[_2_] Go to last post
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Evidence for a static universe by David Crawford[_2_]
] My paper ( http://viXra.org/abs/1611.0310 ) strongly argues that universe is static because the light curves of type Ia supernovae do not show time...
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December 13th 16 06:37 PM
by Phillip Helbig Go to last post
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Ned Wright's Calculator?: Co Moving R(t) for Entire (13.721 Gyr) Universe?? by No Name
Hopefully I use the correct terms in my description.....question: 1) Do the values I obtained (at bottom) for Radius of universe vs age of universe look...
December 10th 16 08:46 PM
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Is this (Nature 469, 504-407 (2011)) graph wrong? by No Name
Hello, Can anyone help me understand this graph? The graph appears to be incorrect to me, what am I...
November 28th 16 09:27 PM
by Craig Markwardt[_2_] Go to last post
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Number of Stars in Universe as f(age of universe)? by [email protected]
Using the currently observable universe, how many stars have existed as a function of age of the universe? ie, at universe age 0.721 Gyr, 1.721 Gyr....to...
November 27th 16 07:33 AM
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Million Optical - Radio/X-ray (MORX) associations catalog by Eric Flesch
MORX is now published (on ADS at http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2016PASA...33...52F) and is on VizieR as V/148. Early downloaders may be interested to know...
November 3rd 16 08:09 PM
by Eric Flesch Go to last post
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Has Kepler telescope captured shock break out on SNIa explosion yet? by No Name
I found some Kepler SN information, but they are IIp, not Ia. Has Kepler or any other survey captured rapid time cadence photometry from before through...
October 29th 16 11:07 PM
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SNIa DD mode, could p-mode oscillations be due to binary instead? by No Name
] Hello, In Search for p-mode oscillations in RX J2117.1+3412 Chang et al 2013 They report, as do other papers, on p-mode oscillations. If I understand...
October 29th 16 11:06 PM
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Galaxy mass, gas vs stars? by [email protected]
I had read and adopted that within the bulge of galaxies (and within ellipticals) there is very little gas. ie, stars are the bulk of the mass. Please do...
October 29th 16 10:22 AM
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Mass of Pulsars vs Neutron Stars? by [email protected]
Do pulsars have a (slightly) larger mass than neutron stars? And / or, do Pulsars have masses at the top of what is theoretically allowed for neutron stars?...
October 25th 16 11:52 AM
by Craig Markwardt[_2_] Go to last post
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Energy Density CBR vs MW at 1pc vs MOND by [email protected]
MOND is presented as a modification of gravity that kicks in when the local acceleration reaches a low value. I'm wondering whether anyone has noted the...
October 17th 16 07:43 AM
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Administrivia by Phillip Helbig---undress to reply[_2_]
Here is some information on a current problem with newsgroup submissions. Contents: Background Current problem Workaround Solution ...
October 14th 16 11:21 PM
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Increase in size of universe over past billion years? by No Name
I'll try to pose this well enough to enable an answer. I'll assume 13.7E9 light years radial extent today, ie, 13.7E9 year old universe for...
October 14th 16 11:21 PM
by Steve Willner Go to last post
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