Previously answered questions by Marko Krco
(in order of times viewed)
- What are constellations used for?
- What happens when two black holes get too close?
- How long could life on Earth survive if the Sun stopped shining?
- How do astronomers measure the radius of a star?
- Can you describe a day on the job as an astronomer?
- If the Universe was infinitely dense at the Big Bang, why didn't time stand still?
- Why doesn't NASA build rotating spacecraft to simulate gravity?
- Why will fusion wait until hydrogen is gone before starting to fuse heavier atoms?
- How can we discern different galaxies/clusters along the same line of sight?
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