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What does a pulsar look like if viewed from above?
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My understanding is that we "see" pulsars (also called "supernova remnants") by the radio and/or other electromagnetic radiations which they emit, which come to us in regular pulses, like the light-...

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What is the bright object above the moon in Sudbury, Ontario?
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I, too, saw a very bright object in the eastern sky before dawn a few days ago (Saturday-5-Jan-2019). Based on previous experience viewing astronomical objects, I reckoned that it was probably Venus. ...

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How is dark matter different from ordinary (visible) matter?
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Read Before the Big Bang (1997) by Ernest Sternglass. The short answer is that a big piece of "dark matter" is the source of a quasar. The "non-standard" and therefore controversial theory presented ...

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Maximum distance light can travel?
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Well, one reckons that light from the sun will travel to the end of our universe, if in fact it has an end. One way to calculate the actual distance to the end of our universe is as follows: (1) ...

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What differentiates a "group of rogue stars" from a galaxy?
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According to theoretical work by Dr. Ernest Sternglass, there are expected to be many such groups of "rogue stars". In Sternglass's model [the "electron-positron pair model of matter"] there are ...

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