MadSci Search Results for Philip Plait

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1. Astronomy: Re: What is the primary difference between a nova and a supernova?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Thu Sep 28 10:07:37 2000
2. Astronomy: Re: Sunbeams show aparent sun position as aprox 2x cloud hight, Why?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Mon May 1 14:39:06 2000
3. Astronomy : RE: Stars and/or Comets, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Tue Apr 23 14:49:46 1996
4. Astronomy: Re: How can I test what affect planetary conjunction is having on earth?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Fri May 5 09:00:28 2000
5. Astronomy: Re: Shuttle cloud that is present before liftoff?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Mon Nov 15 10:41:55 1999
6. Astronomy : Re: What happens when something travel faster than the speed of light?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Fri Jun 13 08:29:35 1997
7. Physics : RE: Fire, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Mon Nov 25 07:45:04 1996
8. Other : RE: What color is a mirror?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Tue Dec 3 07:54:28 1996
9. Computer Science : Re: Why are computers not displayed accurately in movies., Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Mon Jan 13 08:21:36 1997
10. Earth Sciences : RE: Water / Gravity, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Mon Nov 18 15:27:52 1996
11. Earth Sciences : Re: earth, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Fri Oct 17 13:48:04 1997
12. Earth Sciences : RE: What is a magnet made of?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Wed Nov 20 07:47:44 1996
13. Astronomy : Re: Photon collection rate of Hubble telescope, Philip Plait, Astronomer, NASA Tue Feb 18 09:56:50 1997
14. Astronomy: Re: Why isn't the ecliptic in the same plane as the Milky Way galactic disk? , Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Wed Apr 19 13:31:15 2000
15. Physics : Re: Why can't you jump in a falling elevator?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Thu Dec 19 14:54:51 1996
16. Astronomy : Re: What does light from a MO V star look like from a planet's surface?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Wed Apr 30 13:08:04 1997
17. Physics : RE: Whoopee Cushion and Balloons, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Tue Nov 19 15:05:31 1996
18. Chemistry : Re: Would bubbles ever flow downwards?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Mon Aug 11 15:19:57 1997
19. Engineering: Re: Infra Red and Water, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Thu Nov 4 12:09:20 1999
20. Environment/Ecology : RE: Millionth of an inch?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Thu Nov 14 13:26:16 1996
21. Astronomy: Re: Why do the planets orbit in the same plane?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Wed Sep 2 15:41:29 1998
22. Engineering: Re: Would you know how many satellites are in orbit at this moment?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Thu Aug 19 08:35:48 1999
23. Astronomy: Re: How can scientists determine how big our sun is if they've never been there, Ian Lyon, Faculty, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Manchester Sat Oct 30 16:31:36 1999
24. Astronomy: Re: Why are satellites usually in the same orbital plane?, Philip Plait, Astronomer/Programmer Mon Feb 9 11:55:17 1998
25. Earth Sciences : RE: Sprites and Jets, philip plait, Astronomer/Programmer Thu Nov 14 08:16:27 1996


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