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Sep
25
accepted Why don't stars in globular clusters all orbit in the same plane?
Sep
24
asked Why don't stars in globular clusters all orbit in the same plane?
Sep
21
comment What physical interactions actually make single stars leave their binary companions at formation?
Wow - amazing game!
Sep
21
comment What physical interactions actually make single stars leave their binary companions at formation?
Oh I see - so since it's 3-body, it can't be analytically solved in most cases, right?
Sep
21
accepted What physical interactions actually make single stars leave their binary companions at formation?
Sep
19
comment What physical interactions actually make single stars leave their binary companions at formation?
Hm, well, what physically happens when a star gets pulled out? Is it analogous to the situation where a spaceprobe gets accelerated by Jupiter's gravity?
Sep
18
asked What physical interactions actually make single stars leave their binary companions at formation?
Sep
18
asked Is water necessary for forming the sedimentary rocks found on Mars' surface?
Sep
17
comment Are there planets that do not rotate on their axis?
Interesting answer. Another thing though: Wouldn't non-rotating objects have to be tidally locked after a certain (really) long period of time? Of course, there could be a brief window of non-rotation
Sep
17
accepted What percent of planets are in the position that they could be viewed edge-on from Earth? (and thus able to undergo transits)
Sep
17
asked What percent of planets are in the position that they could be viewed edge-on from Earth? (and thus able to undergo transits)
Sep
15
asked Is it easier to learn more about the seasonal changes in an exoplanet's atmosphere when the exoplanet orbits a binary star system?
Sep
10
accepted Can one canonical conjugate variable be considered to be the “frequency” of the other one? (which could be a “wavelength”)?
Sep
7
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Sep
7
revised Can one canonical conjugate variable be considered to be the “frequency” of the other one? (which could be a “wavelength”)?
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Sep
7
asked Can one canonical conjugate variable be considered to be the “frequency” of the other one? (which could be a “wavelength”)?
Sep
5
asked How did the radiative flux of each gas giant planet change with respect to time (since their formation)?
Sep
5
asked Are there certain alignments in planetary orbits that create interesting effects in the moons or planets?
Sep
2
answered Why are some galaxies flat?
Aug
31
accepted Assuming an observer is 50 light years away, in the plane of the solar system and observing earth, what is the light flux of earth he would see?