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Some Perspectives by [email protected]
Typical=20very=20close=20stars=20are=20like=20two=20baseballs,=20o= ne=20in=20NY=20City=20and=20the=20other=20in=20Chicago. The=20entire=20Andromeda=20galaxy,=...
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German Man Finds Rock From Early Solar System in His Front Yard by a425couple
from https://gizmodo.com/german-man-finds-rock-from-early-solar-system-in-his-fr-1841787272 German Man Finds Rock From Early Solar System in His Front...
February 19th 20 08:09 PM
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Galaxies Merge BUT No Collisions by [email protected]
When=20the=20Milky=20Way=20and=20Andromeda=20merge=20in=20a=20few= =20billion=20years,=20there=20will=20be=20essentially=20no=20star= =20collisions.=20Lots=20of...
February 11th 20 11:14 AM
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The truth about Orion's belt is --- by a425couple
The truth about Orion's belt is --- it's just a waste of...
February 2nd 20 09:24 PM
by Siri Cruise Go to last post
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The Martians breathe by Sylvain[_4_]
CO2 and methane levels vary according to the seasons https://phys.org/news/2019-11-mars-methane-mystery-unsolved-curiosity.html
January 29th 20 06:35 PM
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Mankind as Hors d'oeuvres by [email protected]
Whenever a more advanced species encounters a less advanced, the former typically will exploit the latter. We've proven this to be the case on Earth. Perhaps...
January 27th 20 04:56 AM
by Ned Latham[_2_] Go to last post
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No Confirmed UFOs Ever So Far by [email protected]
Not surprizing, even considering that intelligent apace faring species must abound throughout the universe, considering the vast interstellar distances. Even...
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January 20th 20 01:43 AM
by palsing[_2_] Go to last post
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Video: Skynet ? on Pentium 166 from 1997 ? by [email protected]
I should probably post this in a math forum, but it's currently not in my favorite list on google groups, but what the hell, you astronomers might be good at...
December 31st 19 06:32 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Lots of cold rain in Calif. by Herbert Glazier
Might have a white Christmas,bert
December 17th 19 01:49 AM
by hanson Go to last post
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Flying Cars, Flying Buses, Shuttle Ships to and from Alpha Centauri by Mark Earnest[_2_]
That is what most of us will see in our lifetime.
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December 15th 19 05:14 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Double-A In Memorium by Raving[_1_]
I have been told that Double-A passed away on November 1st or earlier this autum. He failed to show up for a lunch with his friend Kim and she called the...
December 13th 19 03:02 AM
by hanson Go to last post
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Sci-Fi Hypothesis: Spaceship pulls asteroids into ecliptic orbit by [email protected]
Hello, People on this planet earth have found asteroids circling around the sun in an ecliptic orbit. For this to happen there must be a counter-weight, at...
November 29th 19 10:12 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Photon Must be Flat by Herbert Glazier
Good reason for that.bert
November 28th 19 02:58 AM
by hanson Go to last post
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Can Space have 11 parts? by Herbert Glazier
Or is its dimensions infinite?? I can not make up my mind.bert
November 28th 19 02:54 AM
by hanson Go to last post
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What causes the collapse of the quantum probility wave? by Herbert Glazier
On Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 6:02:10 PM UTC-8, The Starmaker wrote: The Starmaker wrote: The Starmaker wrote: Now, I'm going to...
November 28th 19 02:50 AM
by hanson Go to last post
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Instrucions from Martians by Herbert Glazier
On Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 9:19:48 AM UTC-8, The Starmaker wrote: I got instructions that read..."reboot your printer." How do I reboot my...
November 28th 19 02:36 AM
by hanson Go to last post
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alt astronomy google group by Herbert Glazier
not getting in brt
November 28th 19 02:31 AM
by hanson Go to last post
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Is S. Califall Desert? by Herbert Glazier
Me thinks it is.85 sunny and can not remember the last ran.bert
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
November 28th 19 02:28 AM
by hanson Go to last post
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Autumn in Gresham by Double-A[_4_]
A nice autumn day for the beginning of autumn here in Gresham. Sun through clouds, and staying dry. Now 66F as 0f 4:00 PM here. Wind SW at 6 mph. Humidity...
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November 28th 19 12:20 AM
by Herbert Glazier Go to last post
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Compiling drivers for Indi by Another Dave
I'm trying to automate my telescope using the Indi software. Everything is fine and I can connect and run drivers on my home machine (Linux Mint) and the...
November 26th 19 10:21 PM
by Another Dave Go to last post
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