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I am a software engineer at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland. We provide support to the NASA Hubble Space Telescope and James Webb Space Telescope projects.


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comment Are there stars that don't emit visible light?
Hi, @MkMk. Not to be a pain here, but this is a science site. Answers must include scientific reasoning and even some math to be valid. I'll give you some time to improve you answer, but if you don't bring it up to site standards, I will be forced to delete it.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on World line coordinate finiteness
Aug
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reviewed Leave Closed Why do astronomers like green laser pointers?
Aug
25
reviewed Close Why do astronomers like green laser pointers?
Aug
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reviewed Close Why don't planets give off their own light?
Aug
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reviewed Leave Closed Starting out in practical astronomy
Aug
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on redshift tag wiki excerpt
Aug
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reviewed Close Infinite universe? How?
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reviewed Close Starting out in practical astronomy
Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Under Earth's gravitational pull, how dense would an object have to be to reach its Schwarzschild Radius?
Aug
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is there any difference between parallel universes and multiverse?
Aug
11
reviewed Close Python troubles
Aug
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reviewed Leave Open Why does this twilight sky flat field have a grid of dark pixels?
Aug
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reviewed Leave Open Inclination of planets
Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Date and time system on moons
Jul
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reviewed Leave Open Are these facts about moon true?
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Could a habitable satellite of a gas giant have a stable subsatellite?
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Where does the Milky Way end?
Jul
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comment Could a habitable satellite of a gas giant have a stable subsatellite?
I think that it would depend on the exact distances and sizes of the objects involved.
Jul
25
reviewed Close How do we determine something is “x” light years away?