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a relatively inexpensive Newtonian telescope, in which the tube assembly slips freely in the lower base.
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Questions regarding bodies smaller than planets but larger than other bodies, that do not meet at least one of the IAU's criteria for being a planet.
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Questions regarding the universe shortly after it's formation
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Questions regarding the planet on which humans live, the third planet from the sun.
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Questions about solar system planets/moons and exoplanets that exhibit similar features to the Earth.
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Questions about orbits with high eccentricities, which deviate greatly from perfect circles.
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Questions about the speed at which an object can go to a point at infinity while ending at rest.
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Questions about Europa, a moon of Jupiter with a planet-wide ocean under a thick ice crust.
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Questions regarding planets that lie outside the Solar System.
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Questions about the increase with time of distance between two distant points in the Universe.
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For questions about objects or phenomena outside Earth, generally on other planets.
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about the lack of evidence for alien life, despite the growing evidence that suitable planets are reasonably plentiful.
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Questions about the dynamical processes leading to the assembling of a celestial object.
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Questions involving basic astronomical concepts or information.
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Questions regarding interactions between galaxies or between major parts of a galaxy.
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Questions regarding systems of large numbers of stars held together by gravity.
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Questions regarding the inner portion of a galaxy; in the Milky Way, this is the area around Sagittarius A*.
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Questions regarding gravitationally bound systems of hundreds to thousands of galaxies as well as interactions between such systems.
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Questions regarding matter in its gaseous state, and how it behaves in astronomy (e.g. forming stars in giant molecular clouds).
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Questions regarding massive planets composed of layers of gases, such as hydrogen and helium, surrounding a solid/liquid core.
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Questions about relativistic theory of gravity. General relativity describes gravity as a geometrical property of space and time.