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Are the Venusian "continents" likely to have existed before the global resurfacing event?
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Wiki describes the global resurfacing event as follows :- NASA's Magellan spacecraft mission discovered that Venus has a geologically young surface with a relatively uniform age of 500±200 Ma (...

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Have we sent radio signals to exoplanets that may be habitable?
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Short answer : Yes Long answer : Yes We have actually sent radio signals to distant exoplanets that are thought to be capable of hosting (hopefully intelligent) life. Some examples? The radio signal ...

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What was the field of view of the Ohio State University Radio Observatory of Wow! signal fame?
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@uhoh, I hope this answers your first question. I sourced the following 2 paragraphs from an NBC article by Jesse Emspak, "Has Mysterious Signal From Space Finally Been Explained?": Two big ...

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Why does time pass faster in moon than the earth?
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Okay, this question is actually quite simple and requires some background on the relations between gravity and time. The property that can be used to answer this question is : Time is affected by ...

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Absorption of light by matter
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As @Codosaur mentioned earlier, it is the electrons that absorb the the energy of the photon and not the Nucleus. Let's take a theoretical example to see how this works. Imagine an atom without any ...

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Is most hydrogen in the universe in the form of plasma, atomic neutral hydrogen, ionized hydrogen, or molecular?
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@HurtHikes, I hope this answers your question, According to Wikipedia, most Hydrogen is in the form of Atomic and Plasma states. Throughout the universe, hydrogen is mostly found in the atomic and ...

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How does NASA's ASTHROS stratospheric telescope compare to its James Webb space telescope?
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I found this link that might seem interesting : https://www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/nasa-mission-will-study-the-cosmos-with-a-stratospheric-balloon The article in the link doesn't clearly specify the ...

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Does the axial tilt of Mercury and Venus vary?
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There is almost no data available on the internet as such. Though, the theory that they (Mercury and Venus) are stabilised by the Sun's Tidal Force seems very likely as they are much closer to the sun ...

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What would Aurora look like if no magnetic field was present around the Earth?
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I was looking through some sites and came across this - https://www.livescience.com/earth-magnetic-field.html This clearly mentions how, if the magnetosphere surrounding the Earth weakens, the Auroras ...

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