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What is the nearest star to Earth?

25 answers · Astronomy & Space · 21 hours ago
Best answer: The sun is a Star in its own right, at 1 Astronomical Unit from us, or a mean of about 92 Million miles from Earth And Proxima Centauri is 4. 2 Light Years away


Is 70 minutes an hour and 20 minutes?

28 answers · Mathematics · 2 days ago

Can evolution go backwards?

26 answers · Biology · 1 day ago
I think some humans are turning into monkeys.

Best answer: Yes, it's called The Large Hadron Collider. It is assumed that in the debris of some of the high energy collisions sub-atomic sized black holes will be produced. These black holes will almost immediately evaporate; so no need to worry!

Why can't we live on Saturn's moon Titan?

10 answers · Astronomy & Space · 19 hours ago
Best answer: Well it is a tad under - 200 Degrees C The Atmosphere is Ethane No Oxygen It rains Methane It is over a Billion miles away And there is no Refuse Collection



Best answer: Don't forget that we routinely use imaginary numbers in everyday electrical engineering to represent capacitive and inductive loads such as motors and transformers. Very normal objects can need surprisingly advanced mathematics (to the average person) to represent their behaviour. All it really represents is... show more

Is this true is a astroid going to end life on earth in april 2019?

14 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 days ago

Best answer: Yes, if you want to define "east" as the direction of a planet's rotation.

@atheists are y’all dumb

Can planes fly at negative altitude...?

5 answers · Engineering · 14 hours ago
I always hear about planes flying at 2000 or 4000 or 8000 feet, yada yada yada, Ok that's very impressive and useful but do they have a plane that can fly at negative altitude? I mean like below sea level, not like a submarine under the water but through the air at negative altitude, like under a volcano or... show more




If the sun is in space why is there no light in space?

21 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago

Do you agree or disagree with this staement?

13 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 days ago
Best answer: Totally wrong, because this doesn't cause the seasons. There are seasons because the Earth's spin axis is not at exactly 90 degrees to the plane of its orbit. If it were, then days and nights would always be the same length in the same place and there would be no seasons. So going round the Sun can't... show more



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