raxacoricofallapatorius

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"What is now proved was once only imagined." — William Blake


Apr
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awarded  Informed
Mar
28
revised Is there a “map” of the interplanetary transport network?
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Mar
27
comment How accurate are Mayan astronomical “ephemerides”?
As the title states, question is about ephemerides: how accurately it could say (even in its day) "XXXX body will be at RA YYY, DEC ZZZZ".
Mar
14
awarded  Yearling
Mar
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
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awarded  Enlightened
Mar
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
3
asked Is there a simple formula for calculating semimajor axis bounds of “habitable zone”?
Feb
17
awarded  Good Question
Feb
15
revised Are frequency and likelihood the same across the multiverse?
Add possible many-worlds example.
Feb
15
comment Are frequency and likelihood the same across the multiverse?
@innisfree: The book is a very basic introduction, so it doesn't really address these issues.
Feb
14
revised Are frequency and likelihood the same across the multiverse?
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Feb
14
asked Are frequency and likelihood the same across the multiverse?
Feb
14
awarded  Custodian
Feb
14
reviewed No Action Needed Alternative ways to take particle tracks photographs in a cloud chamber
Nov
16
asked How bright was the AGN eruption at the center of the Milky Way ~2 Ma ago?
Oct
6
asked What are the steps and energetic requirements for getting from the HST to the ISS?
Jul
9
awarded  Nice Question
May
14
comment When is the right ascension of the mean sun 0?
Thanks, this is promising and may explain what I'm seeing in my related question, though I'm not clear right now (it's been a while since I asked) how to modify my "naive" EOT derivation to accommodate this information to confirm that it solves my problem there (help with that would be an answer).
May
14
revised Why is my approach to the equation of time off by a constant?
Link starting RA calibration question; fix subscript on "naive" function.