MadSci Search Results for Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez

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1. Chemistry: Re: What makes aluminum lighter than iron?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Mon Feb 15 17:13:51 2010
2. Astronomy: Re: Destructive force of a supernova & critical mass calculations, Vladimir Escalante-Ramírez, Faculty, Institute of Astronomy, National University of Mexico Thu Nov 30 23:20:52 2000
3. Astronomy: Re: What makes up the majority of space in the black areas'?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramírez, Faculty, Institute of Astronomy, National University of Mexico Wed Apr 25 02:03:22 2001
4. Astronomy: Re: Re: grand tack model, outward why?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Thu Jun 22 01:15:12 2017
5. Astronomy: Re: How would 2 planet's tides react to each other?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramírez, Faculty, Institute of Astronomy, National University of Mexico Mon Dec 18 23:57:50 2000
6. Astronomy: Re: is it possible for a star massed body to have planet like composition?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Tue Oct 28 20:33:16 2008
7. Astronomy: Re: the movie 'knowing': just how big of a solar flare is needed?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Sun Aug 5 22:40:02 2012
8. Physics: Re: Do electrons behave like satelites?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramírez, Faculty, Institute of Astronomy, National University of Mexico Mon Dec 11 01:35:37 2000
9. Astronomy: Re: Electromagnetic frequencies eminating from earth itself., Vladimir Escalante-Ramírez, Faculty, Institute of Astronomy, National University of Mexico Tue Dec 19 00:22:07 2000
10. Physics: Re: About Total Energy of electrons?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Mon Apr 18 01:43:02 2016
11. Physics: Re: Re: Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation , Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Sat Apr 21 00:57:21 2012
12. Astronomy: Re: What is the speed of a comet compared to a space rocket?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramírez, Faculty, Institute of Astronomy, National University of Mexico Tue Mar 20 21:52:21 2001
13. Astronomy: Re: a few grams short of a black hole?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Tue Mar 24 02:46:43 2009
14. Astronomy: Re: Could Earth have been part of another solar system?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty, Institute of Astronomy, National University of Mexico Fri Feb 15 00:54:21 2008
15. Physics: Re: Michelson-Morley experiment data incongruence , Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Sat Apr 6 00:23:52 2013
16. Astronomy: Re: reaction speed of nucleosynthesis, theory vs. experiment, why differ?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Tue Jan 7 20:21:01 2014
17. Astronomy: Re: Is major in math and minor in physics good enough prep for grad astronomy?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Tue Jul 13 23:26:49 2010
18. Astronomy: Re: Could this be an answer to the Solar Corona Problem?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Mon Mar 17 02:20:35 2008
19. Astronomy: Re: Does carbon deposit on sunspots at 3825 degrees C ?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Sat Jul 31 03:49:36 2010
20. Astronomy: Re: considering the diameter of the sun what is the different effect of light h, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Tue Sep 8 18:16:17 2009
21. Physics: Re: what is the speed that the electrons and protrons spin?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramírez, Faculty, Institute of Astronomy, National University of Mexico Wed Nov 15 03:57:51 2000
22. Astronomy: Re: Habitable zones around binary stars., Vladimir Escalante-Ram�rez, Sun Sep 2 23:28:00 2007
23. Physics: Re: How can blackholes move at all?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Sun May 10 21:47:53 2009
24. Physics: Re: does an atom violate the laws of physics?, Vladimir Escalante-Ramírez, Faculty, Institute of Astronomy, National University of Mexico Wed May 23 22:36:55 2001
25. Astronomy: Re: Type II supernovae...how can an iron core exceed the Chadrashekar mass..., Vladimir Escalante-Ramirez, Faculty Thu Jan 6 22:00:48 2011


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