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comment Mass, Radius, Colour, Size, Type of a Star from the Hipparcos Catalog
You should furnish some links with examples of your data.
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comment Why do we have so few neutrinos to study?
Underground detectors are built in such a way in order to minimize background. Neutrinos are known coming from a given source because of the direction of their products (they are indirectly inferred), according to the models we have that produce that given neutrinos flux (we expect a given amount of a certain neutrino flavor from, say, the sun). See the GALLEX experiment But this would deserve a different question (and answer).
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comment Why do not we use optical telescopes to study cosmic rays directly?
Why do you think they are not optical telescopes?
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reviewed Approve Why do we have so few neutrinos to study?
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answered Why do we have so few neutrinos to study?
Jan
15
answered Why can't we see distant galaxies with the naked eye?
Jan
14
comment Software for sequential data processing
Not sure of what you are asking. For sure, the first point 'generate a dataset using a complex process' can be very personal and individual, therefore you can not find such a generator. Please, could you give more practical examples?
Dec
19
comment Orbital elements: Difference between longitude of perihelion and argument of perifocus
You can accept your answer as well.
Dec
12
comment What is the line of light in galaxy cluster MACS J1206?
I suppose you are watching at a lensed galaxy, but to be sure of what you mean, you can modify the image and point at the exact object you want to know (with an arrow, or a circle...). Asking for a galaxy in an image full of galaxies is not the best...
Nov
29
answered Where can I learn these Astrophysical techniques? [Read below]
Nov
26
comment Roche Limit for Earth-like body around Earth-like body
So, this does not answer your question, did I understand correctly?
Nov
26
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.
Nov
25
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
24
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 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
18
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 Does the Moon have an aurora?