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reviewed Close How can there be anything “beyond” the CMB?
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reviewed Leave Open Why does Earth enjoy a significantly longer time as a habitable planet as compared to Mars or Venus?
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comment Why does Earth enjoy a significantly longer time as a habitable planet as compared to Mars or Venus?
Re the second part of your question, if it was proven true then it wouldn't have been called a hypothesis (assumed solution to a scientific problem that requires further investigation to confirm or dismiss it), would it?
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reviewed No Action Needed Why does Earth enjoy a significantly longer time as a habitable planet as compared to Mars or Venus?
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reviewed Reviewed As of now did a radio telescope ever recorded something else than the silence of space?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on astrophotography tag wiki excerpt
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comment Humans surviving in space
This question does not appear to be about astronomy, within the scope defined in the help center.
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reviewed Close Paper recommendations about the age of the solar system
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comment Is a Wormhole a tunnel?
This question does not appear to be about astronomy, within the scope defined in the help center.
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comment Is a Wormhole a tunnel?
I fail to see how this is on scope for Astronomy. Perhaps Physics, but it seems slightly too much based on fiction and not in the slightest on hard facts, so it could be rejected there too. The question seems to be about the perceived motion smear (or however you wanna name it) as Hollywood envisions it when traveling faster than the speed of light, not any actually existing such optical phenomena. It's about as much on scope for Astronomy as asking what do you see when you close your eyes? I.e., it isn't.
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on reality-check tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed No Action Needed Is the dark energy between the moon and Earth measurable in any capacity?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How is the universe bordered?
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awarded  Deputy
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on planet tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on stellar-system tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on meteor tag wiki
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