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comment Roche Limit for Earth-like body around Earth-like body
So, this does not answer your question, did I understand correctly?
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comment Hulse Taylor Binary Pulsar - How is “Cumulative Periastron Time shift” calculated?
I meant, to edit more answers instead of one. I did not criticize your actual answer, but the way of answering.
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comment Roche Limit for Earth-like body around Earth-like body
Why didn't you directly looked at the Wikipedia page? It seems you know what you are asking for. So I can't imagine a reason on why the first source on the web would not be able to answer your question.
Nov
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comment Hulse Taylor Binary Pulsar - How is “Cumulative Periastron Time shift” calculated?
I do not think you should do this way
Nov
24
comment Magnetic fields of peculiar HgMn A type stars
So, what does the paper say about?
Nov
21
comment How to determine what the unseen object is if a white dwarf is orbiting it?
Before any answers, you should show some effort.
Nov
21
comment As of now did a radio telescope ever recorded something else than the silence of space?
Vote to close because unclear what you are asking. This is probably not astronomy related, and not scientifically posed in any case. You can ask us and look at other questions and answers to understand how to improve the quality of your question and gets a good answer.
Nov
21
answered How do I calculate the positions of objects in orbit?
Nov
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comment What are the azimuths of the planets' orbits?
Can you please give a better definition of azimuthal angle in this case? Even better, would be if you would use the right terminology, according to the page linked by the OP above.
Nov
17
comment How can there be anything “beyond” the CMB?
I think this question is very confused. Even if CMB is the oldest radiation we can observe, does NOT mean that its redshift is still the same as the one when it has been originated. I do not really understand the late statement of the question. Any clarification?
Nov
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Does the Moon have an aurora?
Nov
15
comment Does the Moon have an aurora?
You still need an atmosphere to do that :)
Nov
14
comment How would you calculate expansion rate of universe in Shanon Entropy?
Yes, please, better to edit the original question. And try to be coherent with the scientific, terminology: rate of expansion, instead of rate of increase, etc.
Nov
14
comment How would you calculate expansion rate of universe in Shanon Entropy?
What do you mean? How many atoms per what per what ? Or how many km per second per atom ?
Nov
14
comment Where is the center point for the Supergalactic coordinate system?
I added a new reference which should address your question.
Nov
14
revised Where is the center point for the Supergalactic coordinate system?
added 469 characters in body
Nov
13
answered Where is the center point for the Supergalactic coordinate system?
Nov
10
comment Super massive black hole mass estimation in literature
Actually, in one of those papers Gultekin +04 they mention No other single parameter or combination of parameters of the host galaxy has been found to predict the BH mass with less scatter than stellar velocity dispersion, from which my request for a better explanation, though suspecting the OP isn't following the thread anymore.
Nov
10
comment Super massive black hole mass estimation in literature
Please, cold you summarize the methods that you found? Are you just talking about formulas, or actual methods? I do not think we have so many methods for SMBH mass estimation...
Nov
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comment Synthesising types of galaxies using various stellar spectra
It is important to understand if you need to synthesize the spectrum or the population. Try to take a look at here