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Aug
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reviewed Close If earth were the size of a marble would it be smoother than a marble?
Aug
18
reviewed Looks OK If earth were the size of a marble would it be smoother than a marble?
Aug
18
comment If earth were the size of a marble would it be smoother than a marble?
How would I get in contact with people that scan marbles? (Tootles)
Aug
18
reviewed Reviewed Did Big Bang sound as loud as we think?
Aug
18
reviewed No Action Needed Is it just the observable universe that is expanding?
Aug
18
reviewed Leave Open attractors of Mercury's spin-orbit relation
Aug
18
reviewed Close Help plotting a trip to the Moon!
Aug
5
reviewed Approve How would we detect a planet behind the Sun?
Aug
5
reviewed Approve Jupiter FM - What are practical and inexpensive ways for the amateur detection of signals from Jupiter, especially of the transit of her moons?
Aug
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reviewed No Action Needed Do magnetic fields affect planetary rings?
Aug
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reviewed Close Could spy satellites use laser guide stars (for adaptive optics)?
Jul
27
reviewed Close How significant is a planet's density to the formation of life?
Jul
27
reviewed Close What would Earthlike planets bigger than Earth with <10 m/s^2 gravity and complex life be like?
Jul
27
reviewed Reviewed How to read NOAA/NASA GOES satellite data?
Jul
27
comment How to read NOAA/NASA GOES satellite data?
Agreed, this needs more detail to answer, please edit to add that. Note that this also depends for which series of GOES satellites data products were published (see DataBook for GOES-8 to 12, or GOES-13 to 15), and which specific imager's data you pulled. As for where the question could belong, an alternative migration path for it could also be Space Exploration.
Jul
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reviewed No Action Needed How did New Horizons take such well-lit pictures of Pluto?
Jul
24
comment Are there any Stars we know don't have planets?
@Eddy Your answer was fine before and it's an even nicer one now, don't worry about it. Point of my comment was that the question is still rather unclear as to what answers are desired. Hopefully that's clarified.
Jul
24
comment Are there any Stars we know don't have planets?
Definitely. From some of the closest ones, one would be the Sirius (A and B) system. But I'm not sure how to answer this. We didn't find any planets around about half of the stars that we looked at. Did you want a list? :)
Jul
21
reviewed No Action Needed Any freely available large stellar spectra catalog?
Jul
21
reviewed Reviewed Can a supernova make a new star?