MadSci Search Results for Irene Little

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1. Zoology: Re: Have you heard of killing fire ants with steam?, Mark Sheler, Secondary School Teacher, Biology, Physics, Sandusky Community Schools Mon Feb 1 21:34:16 1999
2. Astronomy: Re: How big are stars?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Thu May 3 11:12:47 2001
3. Astronomy: Re: From where does the extreme gravity of a black hole originate?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Tue Jun 6 15:47:43 2000
4. Engineering: Re: why does a parallel battery connection have a greater capacity series?, Steve Czarnecki, senior technical staff member, Lockheed Martin Thu Aug 26 16:28:33 1999
5. Astronomy: Re: if the comet that wiped out the dinosaurs hit the sun would it blow up, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Fri Apr 26 15:13:58 2002
6. Astronomy: Re: I want to know if there is any planet in the other galaxtion?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Sat Mar 10 21:14:40 2001
7. Astronomy: Re: Why isn't sunlight green ?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Mon Feb 12 23:56:26 2001
8. Astronomy: Re: Why do some stars form in constallations and some do not?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Mon Dec 10 11:49:09 2001
9. Engineering : Re: Iron Working?, Tod Flak, Post-doc/Fellow Engineering Tue Apr 22 11:45:03 1997
10. Astronomy: Re: Is the sun one of the foci of all the planets? Have astronomers , Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Mon Dec 11 21:34:22 2000
11. Astronomy: Re: please tell me, are all stars formed in the same way , thanks !, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Wed Jul 26 20:23:57 2000
12. Astronomy: Re: Where is the energy coming from?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Mon Mar 4 15:35:04 2002
13. Astronomy: Re: If the moon has a large amount of iron on it does the earth pull on the moo, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Tue Jan 13 16:02:04 2004
14. Astronomy: Re: What is the surface density of the sun?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Tue May 1 11:29:52 2001
15. Astronomy: Re: Do all black holes have the same gravity at the event horizon?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Wed Sep 3 21:01:24 2003
16. Astronomy: Re: Why don't stars near the horizon appear red like the setting sun does?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Mon Jan 21 23:39:01 2002
17. Astronomy: Re: how do you work out the mass of star by its spectrum?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Fri Sep 17 19:29:31 2004
18. Zoology: Re: Do mantises sleep? If so, how?, Richard Kingsley, Science teacher Mon Jan 31 07:12:19 2000
19. Astronomy: Re: A question about Hawking radiation, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Wed Sep 12 12:03:29 2001
20. Astronomy: Re: Was gravity affected during the total eclipse over Europe last year? , Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Wed Jan 3 19:44:57 2001
21. Astronomy: Re: When our sun becomes a red giant, what will happen to our atoms?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Sun Jan 18 17:50:11 2004
22. Physics: Re: Effect of a lumpy universe, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Mon Sep 18 13:09:01 2000
23. Astronomy: Re: How is the age of a star determined?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Wed Feb 21 00:47:01 2001
24. Astronomy: Re: What keeps earth spinning at a constant rate?, Irene Little, Faculty, CASA, University of Colorado Fri Apr 30 17:25:04 2004
25. Earth Sciences: Colored lightning after a hurricane, al bertran, nonaligned Mon Oct 18 08:10:13 1999


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