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Questions regarding disks of gas, dust, and plasma around a central object, such as a black hole, which takes in the matter.
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Questions about the observation of celestrial objects by non-professional astronomers.
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The corresponding particles of opposite charge to the particles of conventional matter (e.g. the positron is the antiparticle of the electron)
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Questions regarding how bright an object appears to be.
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an object that orbits another object. In space, satellites may be made by man, or they may be natural. Most man-made satellites also orbit the Earth, but some orbit other planets, such …
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Questions about the large ring of rocky bodies between Mars and Jupiter.
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Questions regarding relatively small rocky bodies in an orbit around the Sun.
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Questions related to techniques and equipment related to amateur to professional astronomical photography.
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Questions involving the physics of the universe, especially the nature of astronomical objects, energy fields, and/or regions, rather than their positions or motions in space.
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Questions regarding a layer of gasses surrounding a celestial object.
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Questions regarding the currently prevalent cosmological model for the origin of the universe.
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gravitationally linked and orbit around their barycenter.
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Questions regarding points of extremely high mass density, which creates an extremely strong gravitational field from which light cannot escape.
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like stars but never achieve nuclear fusion because they are too low-mass.