MadSci Search Results for Pauline Barmby

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1. Physics: Re: Do the space ships and satellites which leave earth, affect the earth....?, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Tue Aug 4 09:40:36 1998
2. Physics : Re: Why is the rainbow circular??, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Astronomy, Harvard University, Astro. Dept. Thu Jul 31 07:51:45 1997
3. Astronomy: Re: what happens when stars collide?, Pauline Barmby, Astrophysicist Tue Jun 10 12:13:26 2003
4. Astronomy: Re: Will any man-made object withstand the forces gernerated by a black hole?, Pauline Barmby, Astrophysicist Mon Feb 11 17:16:31 2002
5. Astronomy: Re: Have any of the planets ever gone out of orbit?, Pauline Barmby, MadSci Admin Wed Mar 17 07:15:16 1999
6. Astronomy: Re: What's one Astronimical Unit divided by one Light Year?, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Thu May 11 17:21:26 2000
7. Astronomy: Re: characteristics of an F7 III star, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Tue May 2 14:59:58 2000
8. Astronomy: Re: How many photons does a Sun sized star emit in a second?, Pauline Barmby, Astrophysicist Wed Apr 23 11:39:45 2003
9. Astronomy: Re: How do we measure the Hubble Flow?, Pauline Barmby, Astrophysicist Sun Jan 18 16:58:05 2004
10. Astronomy: Re: Need excuse for why a star supports life., Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Wed Jul 12 08:25:08 2000
11. Astronomy: If an object in space were to spin faster would it become a torus shape, Richard, nonaligned Thu Nov 13 08:16:39 2003
12. Physics: Re: Isn't time a misnomer for event time?, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Fri Jan 7 09:35:34 2000
13. Astronomy: Re: Do other galaxies have names of their own too?, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Wed Mar 8 08:13:55 2000
14. Physics: Re: Need help on organizational behaviors of matter and energy, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Fri Oct 16 08:08:22 1998
15. Physics: Re: WHAT ADVANTAGE IS SLOWING LIGHT TO 38 MPH GOING TO HAVE?, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Tue Feb 23 16:31:55 1999
16. Astronomy: Re: Can we 'see' the Earth's past?, Pauline Barmby, MadSci Admin Wed Nov 17 12:44:17 1999
17. Astronomy: Re: Since a black hole is spherical in shape, does matter get pulled..., Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Sat Nov 4 13:14:17 2000
18. Astronomy: Re: how did they read the stars prior to the zodiac, Pauline Barmby, Astrophysicist Mon Nov 5 12:41:03 2001
19. Astronomy : Re: Where is the Milky Way going?, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Astronomy, Harvard University, Astro. Dept. Mon Aug 11 09:04:30 1997
20. Physics : Re: What is gravitational potential energy?, Pauline Barmby, grad student, Astronomy, Harvard University, Astro. Dept. Mon Jun 9 09:41:37 1997
21. Astronomy: Re: Best viewing time, Atlanta, GA area, lunar eclipse on 15-16 May 2003?, Pauline Barmby, Astrophysicist Wed May 14 19:43:59 2003
22. Astronomy: Re: If the moon was moved 128,000 km closer to the sun, what would happen?, Pauline Barmby, Astrophysicist Sun Mar 9 18:28:03 2003
23. Astronomy: Re: How does the earths constant weight change affect its orbit? , Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Sat Apr 22 13:42:07 2000
24. Astronomy: Re: Three astronomy questions--relative difference between a solar system..., Pauline Barmby, grad student, Harvard University Astronomy Dept. Mon Aug 9 09:50:59 1999
25. Astronomy: Re: What is the biggest satellite ever used to contact Extra Terrestrials., Pauline Barmby, MadSci Admin Wed May 26 11:48:42 1999


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