MadSci Search Results for Chris Peterson

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1. Astronomy: Re: How did ancient builders manage to make sun shine into temples?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Mon Jul 24 20:11:36 2006
2. Astronomy: Re: my dad found a rock that looks like a it came from space. it is black and h, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Thu Feb 12 09:31:22 2009
3. Astronomy: Re: Do 'frozen' lunar orbits exist?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Thu Jan 18 17:31:42 2007
4. Astronomy: Re: Spaceship collision with 1mg meteorite, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Tue Oct 2 11:39:59 2007
5. Astronomy: Re: Are there any lunar survey comparisions of modern lunar feature changes?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Fri Apr 29 17:20:29 2005
6. Astronomy: Re: Distance from sun each element of the periodic table would begin to melt??, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Thu Jun 22 12:29:01 2006
7. Physics: Re: Calculate the mass of the Earth given the speed and distance from the cente, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Thu Jan 17 15:01:51 2008
8. Astronomy: Re: How did people know the mass of pluto?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Wed May 11 13:14:33 2005
9. Astronomy: Re: How much light would a city add to starlight, for reading by starlight?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Mon Jan 3 12:53:04 2005
10. Astronomy: Re: The moon-earth barycenter at sea level would cause what change?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Sat Nov 18 17:35:41 2006
11. Astronomy: Re: What would it take to keep the Moon?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Mon Oct 18 17:03:43 2010
12. Astronomy: Re: What would happen if men were to heavily mine a small moon., Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Sat Feb 16 12:48:33 2008
13. Astronomy: Re: Does the Moon speeds up and slows down during it's orbit depending on the direction?, Chris Peterson, Research Associate Tue Oct 26 12:33:15 2010
14. Astronomy: Re: How large would a celestial object need to be to alter the earth's orbit?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Sun Aug 31 17:01:40 2008
15. Astronomy: Re: Where do US Astronomers stand on the origins of the Tunguska event?, Chris Peterson, Research Associate Tue Apr 24 12:07:23 2012
16. Astronomy: Re: does the lack of satellites account for lengthy days?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Thu Jul 17 13:25:00 2008
17. Physics: Re: Would we hear a big meteor/comet bouncing off the atmosphere?, Chris Peterson, Research Associate Mon Mar 14 11:15:28 2011
18. Astronomy: Re: What is the location of the US' first morning light?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Sat Apr 22 09:55:02 2006
19. Astronomy: Re: Where won't meteorites impact on planet Earth?, Chris Peterson, Research Associate Sun May 1 11:51:37 2011
20. Astronomy: Re: What did I see in the sky?, Chris Peterson, Research Associate Sun Aug 7 18:01:55 2011
21. Astronomy: Re: Mercury planet temperature extremes -- the substance melting point?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Tue Sep 20 22:29:34 2005
22. Physics: Re: Could an ionization trail be used to track an electric-launched missile? , Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Tue Dec 27 17:53:23 2005
23. Astronomy: Re: Why do people associate some sounds with space?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Sun Apr 3 15:52:21 2005
24. Astronomy: Re: 2 planets 1 atmosphere ?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Tue May 19 19:08:21 2009
25. Astronomy: Re: Comet, Meteor or star?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Fri Dec 1 11:33:03 2006


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