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location Jodhpur, India
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I like doing science. The way complex applications turn out from basic principles interest me. I am interested in making stuff, doing something different. To be more rhetorical, discovering something no one has ever seen.


Oct
10
comment How many stars can stay close to each other without collapsing?
@caters Post your report link here. I want to see it.
Sep
24
awarded  Yearling
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on If the speed at which the universe contracts in reverse time decreases over time, then how did scientists arrive at a date for “The Big Bang”?
Sep
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What can a lunar-based telescope do?
Sep
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to identify stars in photographs?
Sep
1
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Thought experiment about the outskirts of the universe
Aug
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's an order-of-magnitude main sequence star look like?
Aug
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do black holes evaporate?
Aug
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why don't planets give off their own light?
Aug
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What would the effects be on Earth if Jupiter was turned into a star?
Aug
6
awarded  Quorum
Aug
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Determining planetary positions on the celestial sphere by Right Ascension and Declination
Jul
27
comment how did James Bradley discover light aberration?
To the last line, "ultra precisely, yes"!
Jul
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is this graph showing?
Jul
20
comment Are ascending node of sun, the point of intersection of prime meridian and equator and center of earth all collinear?
No. They can align at some special times, though. Why do you think they should be collinear?
Jul
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on The RA and Dec of lunar poles
Jul
18
comment Can Summer Triangle asterism be used for navigation?
@kaka Depends on how you're doing the above calculation. In general, the error effects from refraction/seeing etc will make it worse than GPS already. If you're going ultra-precise, well, carrying a GPS is easier.
Jul
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Derivation of the formula for longitude of ascending node for a satellite
Jul
12
comment Is it difficult to see DSO in your eyepiece?
For telescopes of intermediate to high aperture, for some extended DSOs like the Eagle Nebula, the magnification is so high that the object occupies your whole field and you can't distinguish it. Viewfinder provides a better view. Is that what you mean? @Takku Is that you? It was unexpected to see you here, I must say. :P