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Questions about Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun.
Questions regarding the Hubble Space Telescope, a visible light telescope orbiting Earth.
Questions on objects passing through the atmosphere which leave visible wakes of incandescent material.
Questions regarding the visible night sky during nighttime from Earth.
Questions regarding requests to identify the described object in a photo.
Questions related to the instruments used to perform observations in the radio frequency range.
Questions about man-made objects orbiting astronomical objects.
Questions regarding interactions between galaxies or between major parts of a galaxy.
Questions regarding how bright an object appears to be.
Questions regarding the as-yet-unknown energy permeating the universe that is responsible for its expansion.
Questions regarding two or more stars gravitationally bound to each other
Questions about computer programs that assist modeling and observing the dynamics of astronomy.
Questions regarding the phenomenon in the early universe characterized by an extreme expansion of space.
Questions regarding the bending of light by mass or energy.
A collection of ionized gases and dust in interstellar space
Questions about patterns formed by group of prominent stars in the night sky.
For questions about the various phases on the Moon as observed from the Earth, also known as waxing and waning.
Questions regarding an object's movement, or its distance traveled relative to the time taken.
Questions regarding the emission of high energy particles or waves through a vacuum or a partice medium.
Questions regarding gravitationally bound systems of hundreds to thousands of galaxies as well as interactions between such systems.
Questions regarding an object orbiting around another object due to the force of gravity.
Questions about the influences of Earth's atmosphere on astronomical observations.
Questions regarding neutron stars which emit regular pulses of electromagnetic radiation.
Questions regarding the cosmic microwave background, or CMB, the leftover radiation that is taken by many as proof of the Big Bang.
Questions about electron degenerate stellar remnants.
Questions about Mercury, the first planet from Earth's sun. Also the smallest major planet in the Solar System.
Questions about the gas that lays between stars in galaxies.
Questions on the ratio of an object's mass with its volume.
Questions regarding the physical dimensions of a celestial object.
For questions about transits of planets in front of the Sun, as seen from another, more distant planet; for example, the transits of Mercury and Venus which are visible from the Earth.
Questions about solar system planets/moons and exoplanets that exhibit similar features to the Earth.
Questions regarding the brightness of objects in a defined passband.
Questions about quasi-stellar radio sources, active galactic nuclei that are far away and quite old.
Questions about the water molecule (composed of two atoms of hydrodgen and one atom of oxygen) and its detection in celestial objects.
Questions regarding the former 9th (now dwarf) planet Pluto.
Questions regarding the movement of an object at a given speed and direction, often related to the concepts of orbital velocity and escape velocity.