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So she’s being trained to go in a 1 way ticket to Mars and stay there until she died. Does that means she’s getting trained to have babies in Mars to populated the planet with humans?5 Answers1 day ago
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If there is life on other planets, does that mean they are also not technologically advanced enough to visit Earth?
Since we can't seem to reach them, and they can't seem to reach us, is it fair to say that there's not many planets that have yet to surpass us in technology?7 Answers13 hours ago
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I learned a lot like about computers, relationships, astronomy, car mechanics, of course topics about social issues. Interesting the community is about an even balance with the left and the right.10 Answers2 days ago
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If a star 600 hundred light years away went super nova how big would the explosion have to be for people to see it is less than 600 years?
I mean the bigger the bigger the explosion the faster we see it I know that for example if the explosion covered an area of 500 light years we would not have to wait 600 years to see it6 Answers6 hours ago
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and that we'll all be dead long before the human race makes any notable achievement other than putting probes on planets and satellites in space that orbit earth.
i wonder how much money is needed or required in order to 'speed up' the entire thing, space exploration surely must be at the forefront of human beings needs.
we must surely be investing all we have, and more on just this.
to get the heck off this planet and find new places to visit..
yet we can barely reach the moon. how upsetting.13 Answers3 days ago
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a: nothing. everything in the universe is based on cause and effect, but cause and effect (and spacetime, math, and physics) have no meaning outside of the universe.18 Answers5 days ago
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Keeping it in water didn't work :(5 Answers1 day ago
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If you believe there is life, elsewhere in the Universe, do you believe that life nearest to Earth is within the Solar System, within this Spiral Arm of the Galaxy, within this Galaxy, within the local group of (42) Galaxies, or within trillions Galaxies, that are within the visible Universe. or is it beyond the visible part of the Universe23 Answers6 days ago
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I presume you mean around the star, and the answer is that it's unlikely because planets are still forming there.16 Answers5 days ago
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If the Universe expanded from the single point, what do observers that were sitting at the edge of it see if they look towards...?
... the continuing expansion? The bubble wall?7 Answers3 days ago
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How come we cant build the pyramids exactly and to be exactly aligned with certain stars like orion? How about the dna symbol in hieroglyphs?
No way they knew about that back then.
I'm saying aliens built the pyramids.
Cave paintings don't lie either.
Nor do ancient tablets, stone figurines of astronauts, and hieroglyphs with aliens on them as well as giants.9 Answers4 days ago
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There was only one flyby by a NASA Probe
That was Voyager 2 that went on to fly by Neptune
All other knowlege has come from Powerful Telescopes like Hubble and tried and tested theories
A dedicated trip could be fruitful as it is a very interesting Planet5 Answers2 days ago
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Since we use the term "moon" for the satellite of any planet should be have an official name for our moon?Favorite Answer:
We do have an official name for our moon. Its official name is, literally, The Moon.
I know, it doesn't make sense. We name all the other major celestial bodies in the Solar System after the gods the Romans thought they represented, which should make our planet's official name Terra, our moon's official name Luna, and our sun's official name Sol.
However, for some reason, when the IAU-- which is the governing body we've all decided has the authority to "make it all official" when it comes to astronomical matters-- got together and voted on what the official names of those three objects would be, they went with Earth, Moon, and Sun.22 Answers1 week ago