MadSci Search Results for Chris Lintott

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1. Astronomy: Re: What are possible cosmic sources of antimatter?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Thu Sep 27 05:05:53 2001
2. Astronomy: Re: a question regarding the Big Crunch, Chris Lintott, Postgrad student, AstroPhysics Sat May 29 10:33:19 2004
3. Astronomy: Re: What will the effect of the light from the Hourglass Nebula have on earth., Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Sat Apr 20 16:12:59 2002
4. Astronomy: Re: How much fuel does the sun burn per second, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Fri Dec 6 05:22:00 2002
5. Astronomy: Re: How long does the new moon last?, Chris Lintott, Postgrad student, AstroPhysics Thu Oct 23 05:25:32 2003
6. Astronomy: Re: IS THERE ANY EASY WAY OF CALCULATING WHEN THE NEXT SOLAR ECLIPSE OCCURS?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Sun Aug 19 07:13:10 2001
7. Astronomy: Re: Could not Gravity be a repulsion from Space and not an attraction of mass?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Thu Feb 7 15:07:46 2002
8. Astronomy: Re: Does everything in the universe rotate in the same direction?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Wed Feb 26 08:11:16 2003
9. Astronomy: Re: Why doesn't Heizenberg's Uncertainty Principle apply within a black hole?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Fri Apr 5 04:59:34 2002
10. Astronomy: Re: Would it be possible or feasible to harvest water from approaching comets?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Astrophysics, Magdalene College Wed Jun 13 04:07:10 2001
11. Astronomy: Re: When I look at a star what do I see., Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Astrophysics, Magdalene College Mon Aug 6 12:30:15 2001
12. Astronomy: Re: Why do the Jovian planets rotate faster on their axis than solid planets?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Thu Nov 1 03:27:56 2001
13. Astronomy: Re: Why does the earth's orbit size not increase?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Astrophysics, Magdalene College Mon Feb 19 09:07:22 2001
14. Astronomy: Re: Is there any chance that there could be another , Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Astrophysics, Magdalene College Fri Mar 9 05:12:37 2001
15. Astronomy: Re: How high is the temperature of the Sun when it borned out?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Fri Dec 7 19:03:58 2001
16. Astronomy: Re: How can you be SURE the Earth will never fall into the Sun?, Chris Lintott, Postgrad student, AstroPhysics Sun Aug 1 17:04:56 2004
17. Astronomy: Re: What is the difference between a planet and a star?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Astrophysics, Magdalene College Tue May 29 05:24:57 2001
18. Astronomy: Re: Where the Sun to go Nova, what would the effects be on Earth?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Mon Jan 14 10:45:33 2002
19. Astronomy: Re: what is the use of vector algebra in astronomy and astrophysics?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Sat Dec 29 09:06:22 2001
20. Astronomy: Re: with a celestron gt80 telescope should I be able to see the rings of saturn, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Sun Jan 6 05:13:10 2002
21. Astronomy: Re: Why are planets all basically spherical?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Fri Oct 5 03:06:39 2001
22. Astronomy: Re: why was there a rainbow around the moon?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Tue Feb 19 06:22:44 2002
23. Astronomy: Re: Why do the gas giants have rings?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Tue Nov 13 08:45:38 2001
24. Astronomy: Re: does every planet have a atmosphere, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Mon Aug 25 03:01:02 2003
25. Astronomy: Re: Is earth's orbit a helix ?, Chris Lintott, Undergraduate, Physics Tue Oct 23 08:34:01 2001


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