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04 Mar 2017 11:34

hey, does anybody know if having organic multicellular terrestrial life changes the atmosphere of a planet? if so, in what way?
 
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05 Mar 2017 01:57

Kaue_ wrote:
Source of the post hey, does anybody know if having organic multicellular terrestrial life changes the atmosphere of a planet? if so, in what way?

Organic life creates O2 in the planet's atmosphere :)
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17 Mar 2017 04:59

Sorry, but how can I edit a post I wrote?
 
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17 Mar 2017 07:31

I'm afraid you need 5 more posts, then you will see the editing button. 
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17 Mar 2017 07:55

I haven't found the setting to fix that yet, so the current solution is to just be active for 10 posts and don't spam your way to it like some users have done. 
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19 Mar 2017 01:43

Is there a way to indicate your targets current orbital speed? For example, let's say, I'm interested in Phobos as it orbits Mars and wish to know what its orbital speed is at perigee or apogee or anywhere else along its orbit. I tried looking for this information but maybe I missed something.   

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