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  1. Question: Astronomy

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    Astronomy

    How far from the sun would you need to be, to receive no light at all.
  2. Question: Space telescope

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    Space telescope

    I was wondering if the output from the james webb space telescope will be of any interest to the general public, to be specific will any of the images from the JWST, be in the optical range, or will...
  3. Question: Volcano

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    Volcano

    Could the big island of Hawaii's vocano's be justifiably called a single huge volcano.
  4. Question: Meteor history

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    Meteor history

    Where the early polar explorers aware that the landscape would be conducive for looking for meteorites, and did any of the early 20th Century expedition scientists bring any back.
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    Thank you but I don't understand what you mean by...

    Thank you but I don't understand what you mean by the Mily Way would appear to be about 90 degrees wide.
  6. Question: Battery life

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    Battery life

    Does a fully charged dry cell battery weigh the same as a discharged one.
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    Birds eye view of the galaxy

    If I wanted to look down on the milky way to view itís disc and spiral arms how far would I need to travel.
  8. Question: Few options

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    Few options

    Is it possible you can tell me why there are virtually no options that I can change via the BIOS in my netbook computer apart from enabling or disabling the USB connectivity there are no other user...
  9. Question: Information

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    Information

    Hello
    What is meant by the term 'Information can never be completely destroyed' I have heard it said in many contexts usually to do with physics.
    Thank you.
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