Subject: Are 3D Universe Chart objects time-direction vector corrected?
Date: Wed Jul 7 22:27:23 2004
Posted by George
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
City: Denver State/Province: Co
Area of science: Astronomy
When creating a 3D chart of the Universe do they take into account the fact that
what we see is in the past? Do they, starting with the seen past position,
factor in direction and speed times the time to present to calculate the current
Re: Are 3D Universe Chart objects time-direction vector corrected?
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