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Oct
17
revised Does the universe expansion theory take into account that light emitted by massive stars is red-shifted?
Spelling, capitalization.
Oct
17
revised How do you estimate the mass of a star?
Grammar, edited for clairity.
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed Does the universe expansion theory take into account that light emitted by massive stars is red-shifted?
Oct
17
suggested suggested edit on Does the universe expansion theory take into account that light emitted by massive stars is red-shifted?
Oct
17
reviewed Reviewed How do you estimate the mass of a star?
Oct
17
suggested suggested edit on How do you estimate the mass of a star?
Oct
11
revised special-relativity wiki description
Corrected a few spelling errors.
Oct
11
suggested suggested edit on special-relativity tag wiki
Oct
11
suggested suggested edit on Two bodies of finite size treated as two point masses in Newtonian gravity
Oct
8
awarded  Tag Editor
Oct
8
revised newtonian-gravity wiki description
Capitalization, math formatting.
Oct
8
revised Calculating specific orbital energy, semi-major axis, and orbital period of an orbiting body
Corrected definition of the gravitational parameter.
Oct
8
suggested suggested edit on Calculating specific orbital energy, semi-major axis, and orbital period of an orbiting body
Oct
8
answered Calculating semi-major axis of binary stars from velocity, position and mass
Oct
8
answered Gravitational Potential Energy (GPE) to Kinetic Energy (KE) transfer in Satellite Orbits
Oct
8
suggested suggested edit on newtonian-gravity tag wiki
Oct
8
suggested suggested edit on newtonian-gravity tag wiki excerpt
Oct
7
revised Frictionless Cart on a Ramp (Experimental Design Question)
Corrected math formatting.
Oct
7
reviewed No Action Needed Why does S-matrix unitarity imply the cross section $\sigma$ $\propto$ $\frac {1}{s}$?