MadSci Search Results for John W. Weiss

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1. Astronomy: Re: Where's the neutron star left behind by the supernova that created us?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Sat Oct 27 22:28:13 2001
2. Astronomy: Re: will the whole solar system eventually find itself in resonance, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Thu Mar 21 14:15:44 2002
3. Astronomy: Re: How are rocks formed on the moon?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Sat Sep 23 19:30:31 2000
4. Astronomy: Re: Why is planet Mercury's core considered to be iron?, Jim O'Donnell, Royal Observatory, Greenwich Mon Jan 15 07:06:28 2001
5. Physics: Re: DOES PLASMA HAVE A FREQUENCY?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Thu Feb 28 17:40:30 2002
6. Astronomy: Re: How many moons does Quaoar have and what is the temperature?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Wed Apr 2 13:55:42 2003
7. Astronomy: Re: How does the magnetic field of a gas giant evolve? , John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Fri Dec 3 22:27:28 1999
8. Astronomy: Re: Are there liquids on Venus? II., John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Wed May 18 22:44:39 2005
9. Astronomy: Re: How would Earth be affected if a large asteroid or comet hit our moon?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Thu Jun 30 09:19:30 2005
10. Physics: Re: Tharsis Planum Mars caused by Hellas Planitia impact ?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Sun Mar 14 14:51:51 2004
11. Astronomy: Re: Is the map of Mars that Giovanni Schiaparelli drew correct?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Sat Dec 2 16:51:37 2000
12. Astronomy: Re: How do scientists know the composition of other planets (ie.Jupiter with H), John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Wed Mar 31 17:14:39 2004
13. Astronomy: Re: Can you use an asteroid as a spaceship?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Fri Feb 15 11:43:36 2002
14. Astronomy: Re: Do all planets with significant magnet fields have the angular momentum , John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Tue Dec 12 22:58:38 2000
15. Astronomy: Re: How ca we measure the height of mountains on other planets?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Thu Mar 8 21:22:06 2001
16. Astronomy: Re: Effect of planetary core temperatures on lifeforms, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Sun Sep 10 21:14:18 2000
17. Astronomy: Re: INFORMATION ABOUT MAGNETISM OF PLANETS, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Fri Apr 19 22:58:22 2002
18. Astronomy: Re: How venus transit happen?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Wed Sep 15 09:32:01 2004
19. Astronomy: Re: Does a black hole actually change the geometry of surrounding space?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Sat Oct 30 14:24:34 1999
20. Astronomy: Re: what how would earth be different if the sun had a wide double-star system?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Sat Dec 8 18:34:09 2001
21. Physics: Re: what gas is needed for a plasma ball?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Mon Mar 24 17:32:38 2003
22. Astronomy: Re: Are the particles of the rings of Saturn unsorted as to mass., John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Mon Apr 30 18:16:35 2001
23. Astronomy: Re: Do the elements have calculable/specific vibratory rates?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Sat May 19 16:38:31 2001
24. Astronomy: Re: Was the astreoid belt formed from a object orbiting too close to Mars? , John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Tue Apr 25 21:34:08 2000
25. Astronomy: Re: Are Sedna and Quaoar two new planets?, John W. Weiss, Grad Student in Planetary Science Tue Jun 8 12:00:46 2004


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