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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 No Action Needed When the universe expands does it create new space, matter, or something else?
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reviewed Close What are quasars?
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reviewed No Action Needed If we built one hundred 3m telescopes and point them to a single star what would be the final resolution?
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reviewed Leave Open Why does Mars' experience an 'ice age' at high axis obliquity, when Earth experiences an ice age at low axis obliquity
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comment Can stars be observed from space by x-rays, near infrared and radio wavelengths?
Even the Sun emits in X-ray, at least it's hottest spots and Corona. Thanks for the correction about Wien's law, I editted my answer.
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answered Can stars be observed from space by x-rays, near infrared and radio wavelengths?
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reviewed Looks OK Can stars be observed from space by x-rays, near infrared and radio wavelengths?