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Questions about oscillations, or quakes in stars, where energy is transmitted as seismic waves.
Questions about the VLT, a telescope facility operated by ESO in Chile.
Questions regarding two stars that touch each other in a binary system.
Questions regarding devices used to track and display the current time.
Early Planetary object based on the Giant Impact Hypothesis which collided with early earth about 4 Billion years ago.
Fermi's Paradox is about the lack of evidence for alien life, despite the growing evidence that suitable planets are reasonably plentiful.
Questions regarding the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
Questions related to Kuiper Belt Objects that exist in an annulus from 30AU to approximately 50AU from the Earth's Sun.
Questions about centaurs, small Solar System bodies with orbits between Jupiter and Neptune.
Use for questions about observations of the Sun done with The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) spacecraft.
Robotic spacecraft launched in 2018 by NASA to observe the outer corona of the Sun
Questions regarding the celestrial body which most likely killed the dinosaurs.
Questions about Halley's Comet, a comet visible from Earth every 75–76 years.
Questions about particularly small natural satellites, such as the propeller moonlets embedded in Saturn's rings.
Questions about the region around an astronomical body where its gravitational field dominates that of satellite bodies.
Questions regarding neutron stars with exceptionally strong magnetic fields called magnetars.
Questions about the conjectureed hybrid star, consisting of a red (super)giant with a neutron star at its core.
Questions about or making use of statistical techniques from Artifical Intelligence and Machine Learning. Use also when the question is about deep learning.
Questions about CCD-sensors, i.e. light-sensitive electronic devices based on the internal photoelectric effect.