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Is the Sun a planet?

46 answers · Astronomy & Space · 18 hours ago

What is a world without men like?

30 answers · Biology · 14 hours ago

How many stars are within 7 light-years of the sun?

9 answers · Astronomy & Space · 10 hours ago
I am writing a science-fiction book, and my alien visitors come from a star "seven light years away". Can anyone let me know how many stars are at that distance, and whether we know if any of those stars could have Earth-like planets around them? Thanks in advance!

Could we theoretically live on Venus?

25 answers · Astronomy & Space · 22 hours ago

Best answer: It doesn't - there is a small wobble called libration. But generally yes, we always see the same side, and this is due to tidal locking. Over time, as a satellite orbits a planet, the tides caused on each other by their gravity cause them to slow down in spin, like brake shoes on a wheel cause it to slow... show more

Best answer: Most of them (14) are near Uranus' equator, within 4.3 degrees. The nine outermost of them have inclinations ranging from 51 degrees to 167 degrees ( = -13 degrees).

Has there ever been an atheist on the moon 🌚?

8 answers · Astronomy & Space · 11 hours ago

Why a half moon, is there any significance?

10 answers · Astronomy & Space · 1 day ago

Is there life on Mars?

14 answers · Astronomy & Space · 1 day ago

Best answer: Assuming that actual aliens were involved, I doubt that anyone knows where they would have come from. I doubt that they were real, but, if they were, the politicians either don't know or aren't telling us.

Does a black hole have equator and poles?

7 answers · Astronomy & Space · 21 hours ago
Best answer: Yes, anything that spins has equator and poles. And black holes do spin.

If there was no sun would the earth be freezing like Antartica?

27 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago

Could you walk on titan?

10 answers · Astronomy & Space · 1 day ago

Best answer: Yes, the Universe includes all of space and time, past, present and future. That is why it is called the space - time continuum