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by Gnargenox
16 Oct 2017 11:56
Forum: Space Journeys
Topic: Image Dump
Replies: 1147
Views: 67433

Image Dump

My version of the Eye of Sauron
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by Gnargenox
14 Oct 2017 09:08
Forum: Space Journeys
Topic: Planets with potentially breathable atmospheres
Replies: 253
Views: 14309

Planets with potentially breathable atmospheres

I wish we could. It has enough oxygen and for now I won't complain about the CO2 being a bit high. The hitch is, and most likely in most planets we find, is in this universe SO2 is always too high. You'll have better luck if you look for places were it condensate as snow leaving the air less toxic. ...
by Gnargenox
14 Oct 2017 08:16
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy News
Replies: 351
Views: 15344

Science and Astronomy News

Looks great Jack! I'll need to learn how to do Space Engine scripts soon. This will be a great chance to do that. Here's a screen shot from Celestia.
by Gnargenox
12 Oct 2017 13:15
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: The Future of Humanity & Intelligent life in the universe
Replies: 205
Views: 10339

The Future of Humanity & Intelligent life in the universe

It is so hard to keep a straight face listening to Elmer Fudd talk about wobots on maws, but I love all his vidweos! This looks especially good too, thanks Doc.

As I thought, a mind blowing video!
by Gnargenox
11 Oct 2017 18:01
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 702
Views: 30372

Science and Astronomy Questions

I have no idea how to, but these online calculators look useful.
http://www.1728.org/ellipse.htm

Calculates the ecliptic longitude and latitude, right ascension, celestial declination, and distance of the planets from Earth.
http://keisan.casio.com/exec/system/1224748262
by Gnargenox
11 Oct 2017 15:56
Forum: Feedback and Suggestions
Topic: Intergalactic stars!
Replies: 18
Views: 1347

Intergalactic stars!

lol I just noticed that today too. I can't blame speech to text this time. I guess no such thing a a Rouge Giant either.
by Gnargenox
11 Oct 2017 12:41
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy News
Replies: 351
Views: 15344

Science and Astronomy News

Darn. In other news, you'll need to update Haumea to have rings. Stellar occultation observations of the elliptically-shaped Kuiper Belt object (and dwarf planet) Haumea reveal that in addition to the two known moons, a narrow ring orbits the object near the 3:1 resonance with Haumea's rotation peri...
by Gnargenox
10 Oct 2017 08:32
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy News
Replies: 351
Views: 15344

Science and Astronomy News

A most excellent answer as always!
Perhaps this missing matter is baryonic?
https://arxiv.org/abs/1709.10378v1

https://arxiv.org/abs/1709.05024
Visualisation by Andrey Kravtsov
by Gnargenox
09 Oct 2017 21:46
Forum: Space Journeys
Topic: Image Dump
Replies: 1147
Views: 67433

Image Dump

Binary Wormhole Telescopes
by Gnargenox
09 Oct 2017 20:14
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: The Future of Humanity & Intelligent life in the universe
Replies: 205
Views: 10339

The Future of Humanity & Intelligent life in the universe

Hopefully any solution won't involve reproduction rights or body part farms.
by Gnargenox
09 Oct 2017 14:55
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: The Future of Humanity & Intelligent life in the universe
Replies: 205
Views: 10339

The Future of Humanity & Intelligent life in the universe

A Cashless world would suck. My purchasing power in a cashless society will be based on my social behavior online, my Ebay rating score or how many likes on Facebook that I get for efficiently moving products or services. All transactions will be scrutinized by third parties, I wouldn't even be able...
by Gnargenox
09 Oct 2017 11:57
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy News
Replies: 351
Views: 15344

Science and Astronomy News

I can't understand how rotation curves of all observed galaxies are all pretty much equally flat, except near the center, implying they all have just the right amount of Dark Matter, when they each create normal matter in star formation at different rates.
by Gnargenox
08 Oct 2017 14:43
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 702
Views: 30372

Science and Astronomy Questions

I'll take "Event Horizon" for $500 Alex
by Gnargenox
08 Oct 2017 14:00
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy News
Replies: 351
Views: 15344

Science and Astronomy News

I am not a fan of Dark Matter fudge numbers. If indeed we are in a holographic universe and information can be converted to energy, then we won't need Dark Matter to explain galactic rotation issues we observe.
http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/new ... -to-energy
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