Nilay Ghosh
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Is the sun's volume shrinking currently?
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Why isn't the asteroid belt affected by Jupiter's gravitational field?
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Is the water underneath Europa's ice cap potable?
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Is it possible for planetary rings to be perpendicular (or near perpendicular) to the planet's orbit around the host star?
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What rotational speed would Mercury need to have to achieve a temperature comfortable for humans
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Can earth grazers skip on the atmosphere more than once?
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Why don't we find planetoids at L4/L5?
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Are there only $10^{83}$ atoms in the universe?
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Could a planetary system have a planet in its center?
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Phosphine on Venus?
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What are the prospects for follow-up observations of phosphine on Venus?
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What is the definition of a "pole" of a celestial body?
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Where have all the Vulcanoids gone?
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Could there be liquid water on Uranus? Are there any indications that there might be?
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Why Trojans haven't merged into moons
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Are intersecting orbits ever stable?
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What does it mean for a planet to have an "icy" core?
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Long-periodic sungrazers
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How many moons do we know are shepherds?
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How does one go about submitting a name for a newly-discovered lunar crater?
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If the hypothetical planet had a perihelion around 60 AU, would some consider it being responsible for the Kuiper cliff?