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reviewed Approve Is there a theory / equation showing whether or not two passing bodies will go into orbit around each other?
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reviewed Close Magnetar and black hole
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reviewed Close Could there be a closer star to Earth than the Alpha Centauri triple star system, excluding the Sun?
Apr
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reviewed Close Can stars be observed from space by x-rays, near infrared and radio wavelengths?
Apr
15
reviewed Approve Is Sun a part of a binary system?
Apr
12
revised Is the sun too small to self-ignite?
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Mar
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answered Is a star powered by fission possible?
Mar
25
comment How much of the Milky Way is visible to the naked eye from earth?
@joseph.hainline We can't see the core of the galaxy because there is a dust cloud blocking the view.
Mar
24
revised Why there is no smoke around the Sun?
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Mar
24
answered Why there is no smoke around the Sun?
Mar
21
reviewed Close Does our sun/solar system orbit around any other celestial objects?
Mar
21
reviewed Leave Open axial tilt of uranus
Mar
21
comment .2015: When last did both New/Full moon in a fort-night cause an Eclipse?
There is something strange about your dates. All the news has a solar eclipse on the spring equinox, March 20.
Mar
21
comment Total solar eclipse, supermoon, and spring equinox all happening at the same time: anything special about this?
Since the equinox and the orbit of the moon have no connection, then I would believe that having a solar eclipse on the day of the equinox would have the same probability as having a solar eclipse on your birthday.
Mar
15
answered What will the mass of the new galaxy be?
Mar
15
revised Is it possible that the Sun has a binary partner (the Nemesis Theory) that has eluded detection?
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Mar
14
reviewed Approve Expansion of Space
Mar
14
reviewed Approve How many sun-like stars are there in the universe?
Mar
14
reviewed Reviewed Are galaxies moving away from us faster than before?