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LISA Pathfinder scheduled to launch tomorrow, 2015-12-01 by Jonathan Thornburg [remove -animal to reply][_3_]
LISA Pathfinder -- a technology-demonstrator mission for the proposed eLISA space-based gravitational-wave detector -- is scheduled to launch tomorrow (1...
January 20th 16 04:23 AM
by Richard D. Saam Go to last post
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Dust and cosmology by jacobnavia
Can a galaxy build enough dust in 600-800 million years so that it is visible from earth at z = 6? That is the question. B.T. Draine is an astronomer at...
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January 20th 16 04:22 AM
by David Staup[_2_] Go to last post
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New Challenge to LCDM on Arxiv (edited version) by Robert L. Oldershaw
Title: The Small Scatter Of The Baryonic Tully-Fisher Relation AUs: Lelli and two others http://arxiv.org/pdf/1512.04543.pdf Bottom Line: The intrinsic...
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January 12th 16 11:09 PM
by Richard D. Saam Go to last post
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Kepler K2 Mission Results by Robert L. Oldershaw
The Kepler K2 mission is conducting a search for exoplanets closer to Earth than was the case for the K1 mission (before technical problems). This allows the...
January 10th 16 05:30 PM
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mathematical cosmology: general interpretation of alpha by Phillip Helbig (undress to reply)[_2_]
In arXiv:astro-ph/0404319, Lake introduces a quantity called alpha and points out that it essentially measures the ratio of the value of the cosmological...
January 2nd 16 09:01 AM
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Dark matter doesn't emit, reflect or absorb light by Steve Willner
In article , Gary Harnagel writes: What is the consensus on Robert Foot and...
December 11th 15 04:16 AM
by Gary Harnagel Go to last post
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The sea of galaxies comes slowly into view by jacobnavia
"We are talking about massive galaxies, twice as massive as the Milky Way today," said Karina Caputi, an astronomer at University of Groningen in the...
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November 30th 15 07:19 AM
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Could there exist my-leptons due some cosmic processes in very by Hannu Poropudas[_2_]
If I consider elementary particle reaction: Electron-neutrino + My-lepton_(-) - electron_(-) + My-lepton-neutrino This could be reaction for absorption...
November 30th 15 07:18 AM
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On cosmic voids by David Staup[_2_]
Void space time is as far up any gravity wells and is aging faster than the rest of the universe, no? And the difference in aging rates would increase as the...
November 16th 15 05:49 AM
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New problems for current cosmology by jacobnavia
As the observable Universe expands, more problems arise for the current cosmology. Researches at Caltech have discovered the oldest galaxy yet to be found...
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October 23rd 15 03:18 AM
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Bulk Motions of Cosmic Voids by Robert L. Oldershaw
Relevant paper: http://arxiv.org/abs/1510.00712=20 Lambas et al (MNRAS) report some very interesting observations relating to bulk motions of voids on the...
October 23rd 15 03:10 AM
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Electrodynamics and magnetic momentum of Sun-like stars by David Staup[_2_]
] On 9/28/2015 4:12 PM, jacobnavia wrote: Le 28/09/2015 05:09, David Staup a écrit : On 9/25/2015 9:19 PM, jacobnavia wrote: Static electricity...
September 29th 15 07:07 PM
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liquid (salty) water on Mars by Jonathan Thornburg [remove -animal to reply][_3_]
Ohja et al have just published a paper reporting spectral evidence for flowing (salty) water on Mars. Pretty good news story: ...
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Electrodynamics and magnetic momentum of Sun-like stars by Robert L. Oldershaw
On Thursday, September 17, 2015 at 10:42:58 PM UTC-4, Jos Bergervoet wrote: On 9/16/2015 7:52 AM, Poutnik wrote: What creates magnetic momentum of...
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September 28th 15 10:12 PM
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Beginning of the Universe was a liquid by Richard D. Saam
http://news.discovery.com/space/in-the-beginning-the-universe-was-a-liquid.htm This article indicates that the early universe was a liquid and not a...
September 10th 15 11:32 PM
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Basic question about dark matter interaction by keybounce
So I have a basic question on dark matter. As I understand it, it does not interact with normal matter except by gravity, and according to observation of the...
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July 28th 15 05:34 PM
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Further Thoughts On Homogeneity/Isotropy by Robert L. Oldershaw
Phil Helbig has posted the following highly interesting comment regarding homogeneity/isotropy on Sean Carroll's blogsite. "Third, the assumption that we can...
July 24th 15 07:58 AM
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Moderator's Note: newsgroup delays by Jonathan Thornburg [remove -animal to reply][_3_]
Dear newsgroup participants, The E-mail problems I described in a moderator's note yesterday appear to be solved, and I have now processed all the queued...
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Mystery of the hidden cosmos. by Nicolaas Vroom
In Scientific American of July 2015 there is an article with the title: "Mystery of the hidden cosmos." The article starts with sentences like: "The speed of...
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July 22nd 15 01:16 AM
by Nicolaas Vroom Go to last post
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Self-Interacting Dark Matter by wlandsman
We have no confirmed non-gravitational detection of dark matter either astrophysically or in the laboratory. But that does not mean that we cannot learn...
July 16th 15 02:39 AM
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