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  • ...|large scale structure]] of the cosmos as well as improved measurements of supernovae have been consistent with the [[Lambda-CDM model]].<ref>D.N. Spergel, et a ...supernova with a characteristic brightness. The observed brightness of the supernovae are plotted against their redshifts, and this is used to measure the expan
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  • ...pically by mass transfer from a companion star, may explode as a [[Type Ia supernova]] via a process known as [[carbon detonation]].<ref name="rln" /><ref name= ...en, Willem J. 1950. [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1950AJ.....55...86L The search for white dwarfs.] ''Astronomical Journal.'' 55(1183):86&ndash;89. Retrieve
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  • | type = [[Supernova remnant|Supernova Remnant]] ...[Messier object|M]]1, [[New General Catalogue|NGC]] 1952, Taurus A) is a [[supernova remnant]] and [[pulsar wind nebula]] in the [[constellation]] of [[Taurus (
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  • ...58 and then by the [[Earl of Rosse]] in the 1840s.<ref>K. Glyn Jones, "The Search for the Nebulae." ''Journal of the History of Astronomy'' 7 (1976):67</ref> ...lation)|Andromeda]] Nebula" ([[Messier object]] [[Andromeda Galaxy|M31]]). Searching the photographic record, he found 11 more [[nova]]e. Curtis noticed that
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  • ...tion (about 444 mya). However, a recent study by leading gamma ray burst researchers says that gamma ray bursts are not possible in metal rich galaxies like ...ercent of the available fossil record (Eshet et al. 1995). However, some researchers argue that fungal species did not dominate terrestrial life, as their re
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  • ...eauty of the created world. His eyes, although imperfect, were perpetually searching the skies for answers to the riddles of the created universe. ===Supernova 1604===
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  • .... The first recorded observations of [[comet]]s, [[solar eclipse]]s, and [[supernova]]e were made in China.<ref name="OtherAstronomy"> [http://home.cwru.edu/~sj ...gnery Pub., 2005. ISBN 9780895260383)</ref><ref>Agustín Udías Vallina. ''Searching the heavens and the earth: the history of Jesuit observatories.'' (Astro
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  • ...h member of a pair, the other is called its '''companion star'''. Recent research suggests that many stars are part of systems with at least two stars each. .... "The Third Pacific Rim Conference on Recent Development of Binary Star Research," proceedings of a conference sponsored by Chiang Mai University, Thai Astr
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  • ...e times the mass of the Sun. Over time, a disturbance (possibly a nearby [[supernova]]) squeezed the nebula, pushing matter inward until gravitational forces ov ...Pitjeva, M. V. Vasilyev and E. I. Yagudina, [http://www.ingentaconnect.com/search/expand?pub=infobike://ap/is/2002/00000158/00000001/art06837&unc= “Hidden
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  • ...[http://www.nasa.gov/worldbook/supernova_worldbook_prt.htm WorldBook@NASA: Supernova] ''NASA''. accessdate 2007-02-19</ref> The decay of uranium, [[thorium]] an ...hester]] that [[bacteria]] can reduce and fix uranium in [[soil]]s. This research is continuing at the university of [[Plymouth]] by Dr Keith Roach and S Han
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  • ...h" of our universe. Based on measurements of the expansion using [[Type Ia supernova]]e, measurements of temperature fluctuations in the [[cosmic microwave back While very few researchers now doubt the Big Bang occurred, the scientific community was once divid
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  • ...ver Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?|Jordan Elliot]], [[Supernova (comics)|Supernova]], [[Superboy (Kal-El)|Superboy]], [[DC One Million|Superman Prime]]<!--Ple * {{gcdb|type=character|search=Superman|title=Superman}} Retrieved June 13, 2008.
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  • ... effectively the largest telescope on the mountain. [http://216.239.51.104/search?q=cache:WleHabEuVzEJ:www.astro.caltech.edu/palomar/pti.htm 216.239.51.104] ...onal in the early 1980s, Mount Palomar remains an important astronomical-research facility, working in concert with others throughout the world.
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  • ...oday. However, in all conditions found in the current universe—even in [[supernova]]e—there are no isolated, free quarks; they are confined by their color c No search for free quarks or fractional electric charges has returned convincing evid
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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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  • ...available substances. Alchemists, who regarded gold as the king of metals, searched in vain for the [[philosopher's stone]] that was expected to convert [[le ...planet was first formed in an ancient star shortly before it exploded as a supernova. The debris from that explosion is thought to have gone into the formation
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  • ...ication include human and veterinary medicine, nutrition research, basic research in genetics and metabolism, household smoke detectors, industrial and minin ...ion was similar to the then recently discovered X-rays. However, further research by Becquerel, [[Marie Curie]], [[Pierre Curie]], [[Ernest Rutherford]], and
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  • ...e time delay (typically 50 microseconds). The DME receiver in the aircraft searches for pulse-pairs with the correct time interval between them. The aircraft ...supergiants, most luminous globular clusters, most luminous HII regions, [[supernova]]e, and Hubble constant and red shifts.<ref>[http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.g
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