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  • Late stages of evolution for low-mass stars.] Lecture notes, Physics 230, [[Rochester Institute of T ...|Williamina Fleming]] that despite being a dim star, 40 Eridani B was of [[stellar classification|spectral type]] A, or white.<ref name="holberg">J.B. Holberg
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  • ...tar systems|multiple star systems]], [[star cluster]]s, and various [[interstellar cloud]]s. The [[Solar System]] is located in the [[Milky Way]] galaxy. ...t the [[extinction (astronomy)|absorption of light]] by [[cosmic dust|interstellar dust]] present in the [[galactic coordinate system|galactic plane]], but af
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  • ... binary star systems can exchange mass, bringing their [[stellar evolution|evolution]] to stages that single stars cannot attain. Binary star systems are import ...</ref> Most of the known visual binary stars have not completed one whole revolution, but are observed to have traveled along a curved path or a partial arc.<re
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  • ...a.''] All links retrieved August 13, 2007.</ref> is the home [[star system|stellar system]] for [[human being]]s and all known forms of [[life]]. The solar sy ...rsed in either the solar [[plasma]], known as the [[solar wind]], the interstellar plasma of the [[Milky Way]] galaxy, or a mixture of the two in a region lyi
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  • ...975, were originally called ''black dwarfs,'' a classification for dark substellar objects floating freely in space that were too low in mass to sustain stabl ...masses for [[Population II]] objects would never go through normal stellar evolution and would become a completely [[degenerate star]] (Kumar 1963). The role of
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  • ...ce among physicists that the Big Bang is the best model for the origin and evolution of the universe. A third important line of evidence is the relative proport ...ons about the [[cosmic egg]] origin of the universe.<ref>G. Lemaître, The evolution of the universe: discussion. ''Nature'' 128 (1931): suppl.: 704.</ref>
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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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  • ...ole in [[structure formation]] and [[Galaxy formation and evolution|galaxy evolution]], and has measurable effects on the [[anisotropy]] of the [[cosmic microwa ...eld, David S. Graff. 2000. [ Death of Stellar Baryonic Dark Matter]. ''arXiv:astro-ph/0002058v1''. Retrieved November 30,
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  • :''This article focuses on modern scientific research on the origin of life on Earth, rather than religious belief, creation myth This article will focus on modern scientific research on the origin of life. In this respect, the various models ignore [[religio
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  • ...o slight, due to the great velocity of light as compared with any possible stellar motions, as to be undetectable by the eye. great utility in determining the velocity and other characteristics of stellar objects (Merz 1912, 10).
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  • == Evolution of the glyph == * Seven stellar objects in the [[Solar System]] are visible to the naked eye: The [[Sun]],
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  • ...rely of one or two chords or "modes." Many aspects of this recording were revolutionary—starting with Bill Evans, who played piano on most of the album. His n ...," as it would come to be known, with Tyner, Garrison, and Jones, produced searching, spiritually driven work. Coltrane was moving toward a more harmonically
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  • ==Evolution of the glyph== [[Image:Evolution3glyph.png]]
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