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  • ...their [[mass]] by observing their mutual orbits. The masses of many single stars can then be determined by extrapolations made from the observation of bina ...ng binaries. Binary stars are not the same as [[double star|optical double stars]], which appear to be close together as seen from [[Earth]], but are not b
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  • ...ontain many [[Star system#Multiple star systems|multiple star systems]], [[star cluster]]s, and various [[interstellar cloud]]s. The [[Solar System]] is lo ...ich may cause them to merge, may enhance [[star formation]], producing a [[starburst galaxy]].<ref name="IRatlas">T.H. Jarrett, [http://www.ipac.caltech.ed
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  • ...organisms and not just simpler, [[microorganism|unicellular]] creatures. Research and theory in this regard is a component of [[planetary science]] and the e ... not unique among [[star]]s in hosting planets and expanded habitability research horizon beyond our own solar system.
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  • ...ment]]s in the [[universe]], which is a close match to predictions for the formation of light elements in the first minutes of the universe, according to [[Big Starting in 1924, Hubble painstakingly developed a series of distance indicators
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  • ...teway to the West,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.globosapiens.net/travel-information/St.+Louis-698.html |title=St. Louis United States – Visiting the Gateway ...ng]] and [[Industry|industrial]] economy into a globally known focus for research in [[medicine]], [[biotechnology]], and other [[science]]s. The St. Louis r
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  • ...k matter also plays a central role in [[structure formation]] and [[Galaxy formation and evolution|galaxy evolution]], and has measurable effects on the [[aniso ...cles such as [[WIMP]]s and [[axion]]s, astronomical bodies such as [[dwarf star]]s and [[planet]]s (collectively called [[MACHO]]s), and clouds of nonlumin
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  • ...[[martial law]], the declaration of Bangladesh's independence, [[Operation Searchlight|military suppression]], devastation during war, and natural calamities ...ndation (architecture)|foundation]] in [[Bengal]].<ref>[http://banglapedia.search.com.bd/HT/C_0169.htm Chawk Mosque (Dhaka)]. accessdate 2007-07-06 </ref>
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  • {{Infobox Writer <!-- for more information see [[:Template:Infobox Writer/doc]] --> ...dhood's End]]''<br/>''[[2001: A Space Odyssey]]''<br/>''[[The City and the Stars]]'' <br/>''[[The Songs of Distant Earth]]''<br/>''[[Rendezvous with Rama]]
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  • ...these are typically available only by subscription (which most astronomy research facilities have). ...ays or weeks can now be carried out in seconds via the sophisticated ADS [[search engine]]. Studies have found that the benefit to astronomy of the ADS is eq
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  • ...ia Britannica.''] All links retrieved August 13, 2007.</ref> is the home [[star system|stellar system]] for [[human being]]s and all known forms of [[life] In broad terms, the solar system comprises regions starting with the Sun and extending outward from there successively to:
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  • ...mission of stored [[heat]]. They comprise roughly six percent of all known stars in the solar neighborhood. ...hys230/lectures/planneb/planneb.html Late stages of evolution for low-mass stars.] Lecture notes, Physics 230, [[Rochester Institute of Technology]]. Retri
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  • ...liese 229B.jpg|thumb|250px|right|A brown dwarf (smaller object) orbits the star [[Gliese 229]] in the constellation [[Lepus (constellation)|Lepus]], locate ...s have been proposed, including [[Planetar (astronomy)|Planetar]] and [[Substar]].
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  • ... age through [[meteorite]]s which came from asteroids, gives us precious information on the early evolution of our [[solar system]]. They are precious gifts to ...y be classified as planets, because they have not been destroyed since the formation of the solar system.
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  • ...my)|conjunction]]) to Jupiter in the night sky. Believing it to be a fixed star, he cannot be credited with its discovery. At the time of his first observa ...d to champion the mathematical approach and persuaded [[James Challis]] to search for the planet.
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  • ... impression of Gilese 581 c, the first extrasolar planet discovered in its star's habitable zone]] ...existing outside of earth, many scientists remain hopeful and continue the search. Given that the existence of life beyond earth has ramifications of the gre
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  • :(i) is in orbit around a [[star]] or stellar remnants; ...ore than two hundred planets discovered [[extrasolar planet|orbiting other stars]] to date.<ref name="Encyclopaedia">Jean Schneider, [http://exoplanet.eu/c
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  • ...mantically linked. He is imbued with a strong moral compass. Very early he started to display [[superhuman]] abilities, which upon reaching maturity he res ...f>Gardner Fox, and Everett E. Hibbard. "$1,000,000 for War Orphans." ''All Star Comics'' 1 (7) (October-November 1941) [[All-American Publications]]</ref>
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  • == General composition and formation == Each galaxy is composed of [[star]]s (or star-like objects), dust particles, gas, and [[plasma (matter)|plasma]]. Each cl
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  • ==Formation== The formation of natural diamond requires very specific conditions. Diamond formation requires exposure of carbon-bearing materials to high [[pressure]], ranging
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  • ...;1930&nbsp;[[Clyde Tombaugh|Clyde&nbsp;Tombaugh]] was working on a project searching for a ninth planet at [[Lowell Observatory]]. Tombaugh's work was to sys Observations of Neptune in the late nineteenth century had astronomers starting to speculate that Neptune's orbit too was also being disturbed by anoth
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