MadSci Search Results for Bryan Mendez

Query:

Your query matched 44 files. Index searched: Area: Grade:

1. Engineering: Re: How fast 'can' we go?, Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Thu Jul 3 17:26:07 2003
2. Astronomy: Re: I read where an asteroid in 1989 came within 400,000 miles of earth?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Thu Nov 9 18:33:26 2000
3. Astronomy: Re: Do you think there is stuff we dont know about and/or havnt seen?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Sun Jan 7 21:25:01 2001
4. Astronomy: Re: Is there an explanation for why the universe has the mass that it does?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Fri Apr 5 23:58:13 2002
5. Astronomy: Re: Follow-up question to multiple universes and universe expansion, Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Thu Jul 31 19:46:48 2003
6. Astronomy: Re: Over time, are the masses of the earth and sun changing?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Tue Dec 5 20:32:07 2000
7. Astronomy: Re: I would like to know if this theory is legitimate, Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Fri Feb 28 21:13:20 2003
8. Astronomy: Re: I was wondering what would happen if the sun stopped spinning?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Sun Jun 4 00:01:26 2000
9. Astronomy: Re: What is the relationship between black hole mass and 'surface gravity'?, Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Tue Dec 16 18:57:02 2003
10. Astronomy: Re: How do astronomer measure the distance of a star from earth., Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Thu Jun 22 02:44:10 2000
11. Astronomy: Re: if the sun were to suddenly go out how long would it be before people died?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Wed Oct 25 20:24:06 2000
12. Astronomy: Re: What are the equ's of the postition of moon WRT earth and earth WRT sun?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Wed Jul 26 20:04:10 2000
13. Astronomy: Re: Can you heat a vacuum or does a vacuum, as one would expect remain , Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Wed Oct 17 20:20:01 2001
14. Earth Sciences: Re: How much light is reflected to N. Florida from a full moon in June, Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Thu Jan 23 16:46:10 2003
15. Astronomy: Re: What makes regions of Mars dark?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Fri Aug 10 17:26:45 2001
16. Astronomy: Re: Does the data from the WMAP disprove Hawking's 'no boundary' theory?, Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Thu Jul 3 18:21:34 2003
17. Astronomy: Re: What was the first manmade object in space?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Wed May 24 22:13:51 2000
18. Engineering: Re: Does a space shuttle burn when leaving the atmosphere like in re-entry., Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Thu Apr 17 18:16:41 2003
19. Astronomy: Re: why can't X-rays from stars enter the earths atmospher?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Mon Sep 25 19:52:56 2000
20. Physics: Re: mass and the bending of space, Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Fri Oct 10 14:15:07 2003
21. Computer Science: Re: Do you think the government should continue funding the satellite program?, Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Tue Apr 8 17:58:11 2003
22. Astronomy: Re: Does the sun travel in a plane perpendicular to its axis?, Bryan Mendez, Education and Public Outreach Scientist Mon Sep 15 14:50:44 2003
23. Astronomy: Re: Couldn't universal accelleration be caused by the stars?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Wed Jun 6 01:45:08 2001
24. Astronomy: Re: How far has our galaxy traveled since Big Bang occured and 1st speed?, Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Wed Aug 9 17:44:10 2000
25. Astronomy: Re: I have a question about LEO mirrors in polar orbits., Bryan Mendez, Grad student, Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley Thu Jul 6 19:15:36 2000


Query:

MadSci Home Page | Information | MadSci Archives | Main Search Page | MadSci Library | MAD Labs

This exercise brought to you by Enigma Engine#5 and Glimpse.
v. 2.1 MadSci Search Interface. Enigma Engines for a Better Universe, © 1997-2000.


MadSci℠ Network, www.madsci.org
webadmin@madsci.org

Page generated by MODERATOR_2.0b: Tools for Ask-An-Expert websites.
© 1997-2006 Enigma Engines for a Better Universe: We are forever combustible, ever compatible.