Previously answered questions by Sabrina Stierwalt
(in order of times viewed)
- Can we feel the Earth spin?
- How do rockets work?
- What do astronauts do all day in the International Space Station?
- Can moons have moons?
- What's the difference between dark matter and dark energy?
- Is the Moon seen as a crescent (and not a "boat") all over the world? Is the same phase of the moon visible from the Northern and Southern hemispheres?
- Why is the sky blue and not blue & purple?
- Is the speed of light constant?
- What is a wormhole?
- What if the Earth rotated twice as fast?
- How do we determine the age of the universe?
- What can I use for fuel in my homemade rocket?
- How are planets detected around other stars?
- Why is Uranus tipped on its side?
- What happens when an antimatter black hole collides with a matter blackhole?
- Can a human give birth in space?
- How are sunspots formed?
- How do photons from distant objects maintain enough energy to reach us?
- Does lunar gardening really work?
- Could neutrinos be dark matter?
- What is Hot Dark Matter theory?
- What do meteorites tell us about life on other planets?
- Can we harvest H & O from space to make water?
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