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Why are the Pillars of Creation pillar-shaped?
asked Oct 25, 2022 at 4:41
Could the lunar module have moved to a different spot?
asked Mar 14, 2020 at 21:18
Why is tantalum being used for the Hayabusa bullets?
asked Jul 30, 2019 at 4:38
Why is a 2/3 vote required for the Dec 28, 2020 attempt to increase the stimulus checks to $2000?
asked Dec 28, 2020 at 22:58
What caused the jitter in the DART video as it approached Dimorphos?
asked Sep 27, 2022 at 20:42
When regenerative cooling is used, how is the nonuniform radius of the combustion chamber handled?
asked Sep 9, 2018 at 21:39
Are rogue planets ever born in isolation?
asked Apr 24, 2018 at 16:18
Is there a closest free-return trajectory to a black hole?
asked Apr 11, 2021 at 20:47
How does the JWST sunshade cover release work?
asked Dec 31, 2021 at 5:21
How to understand Carlo Rovelli's notion that time "does not exist"?
asked Jul 5, 2018 at 20:05
Why were the Voyager spacecraft numbered "out-of-order"?
Why can't the Earth's core melt the whole planet?
"On the grounds that" suggests the reason isn’t really a good one
Apollo: what was the big deal?
Does Virgin Galactic experience real weightlessness?
Why do we need to make probes land on other planets or moons?
Could liquid water have existed in open space 15 million years after the Big Bang?
Why has Pakistan never faced the wrath of the USA similar to other countries in the region, especially Iran?
Why doesn’t NASA build its rockets using graphene?
Why did Saturn V not head straight to the moon?
How can someone reject a math result if everything has to be proved?
If an astronaut threw a cup of coffee into space, would it freeze, or boil off into gas?
How feasible would this mission to Proxima Centauri be?
Why are probes that tend to explore outer system always launched to go outwards instead of straight upwards or downwards?
Why was the imaging quality of the Voyager probes *much* better than the Pioneer probes despite being launched only 5 years later?
Is it possible for a moon to have a higher surface gravity than the planet it is attached to?
Is there a word in a dead or lost language that we lost the definition to?
Do professors need to pay to send letters of recommendation via postal mail?
If Earth had a second moon, where would it be positioned?
Why can I see through this astronaut on the Apollo 11 footage?
What is wrong with "have put" in "I have put the water in the freezer"?
If a spaceship ran out of fuel somewhere in space between Earth and Mars, does it slowly drift off to the Sun?
Why did Neil Armstrong alone, not NASA, end up coming up with the first words uttered on the moon?
Would Hubble Space Telescope improve black hole image observed by EHT if it joined array of telesopes?
Is "there is nowhere we can't go where we won't be recognized" a correct sentence?
What would happen if Venus and Earth collided?
What does "reaction" in "reaction control system" and "reaction wheel" refer to?
Which specific law of physics is broken by the "double jump"?
Is "obey" a stronger word than "observe" in the following sentence?
Could a satellite survive for thousands of years in a high enough orbit?