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Jul
21
comment Could Jupiter's gravity destabilize Earth's artificial satellites over a long timescale?
But orbital instability is more than just resonance - I'm sure.
Jul
21
comment Could Jupiter's gravity destabilize Earth's artificial satellites over a long timescale?
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Jul
21
asked Could Jupiter's gravity destabilize Earth's artificial satellites over a long timescale?
Jul
21
accepted Are orbits interior to Jupiter's orbit less stable than orbits exterior to Jupiter's orbit?
Jul
21
accepted When the Sun goes red giant, will it “vaporize” away a significant fraction of Jupiter and Saturn moons?
Jul
21
comment Transition of Electric Charge In Collision Between Proton And Antiproton
Hm, what's the chapter/page number? I have a hard time believing that the book would ask a paticle physics question like this (but I haven't looked at the book too closely yet)
Jul
21
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Jul
21
comment Transition of Electric Charge In Collision Between Proton And Antiproton
What book though?
Jul
21
answered Transition of Electric Charge In Collision Between Proton And Antiproton
Jul
21
answered Tidal Lock Radius in Habitable Zones
Jul
21
asked When the Sun goes red giant, will it “vaporize” away a significant fraction of Jupiter and Saturn moons?
Jul
21
answered Names, maps for Milky Way dust clouds?
Jul
21
asked Are orbits interior to Jupiter's orbit less stable than orbits exterior to Jupiter's orbit?
Jul
11
asked Do nearby gamma ray busts/supernova damage more than just the ozone layer?
Jul
6
comment Applying the Maxwell–Boltzmann statistics to astrophysical objects
I'm not totally sure about deep space gases though - hopefully something else can address this or we can ask on Quora/Physics Forums/Reddit
Jul
6
comment Applying the Maxwell–Boltzmann statistics to astrophysical objects
It can basically apply to any gases that are gravitationally bound. So it might be relevant to the extended outer atmospheres of stars - although the stars that it would be most relevant on (like red supergiants) are also the types of stars that have the shortest lifespans
Jul
5
answered Why are binary objects so critical to astronomy?
Jul
5
answered Study of exoplanets reaching saturation point
Jul
5
answered Applying the Maxwell–Boltzmann statistics to astrophysical objects
Feb
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