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  1. Brataur Reply

    Farther Stars Than These. 51 likes. Farther Stars Than These publishes new flash-length science fiction every Thursday, providing a platform for both new and established authors to reach readers.

  2. Taujas Reply

    Etymology. The name "Crinoidea" comes from the Greek word κρίνος, "a lily", with the suffix –oid meaning "like". They live in both shallow water and in depths as great as 9, meters (30, ft). Those crinoids which in their adult form are attached to the sea bottom by a stalk are commonly called sea lilies. The unstalked forms are called feather stars or comatulids, being members of.

  3. Vigami Reply

    The nearest bright star, Sirius, is , au away. Most of the visible stars are 10,0. Continue Reading. The Moon orbits the Earth. The stars are so incredibly far away that the distance to them is incomprehensible to the human mind in comparison to any sane other distance.

  4. Fekazahn Reply

    Two similar stars have the same temperature. If star A is four times brighter than star B, then: A.) star B and star A lie at the same distance from us B.) star B is four times farther away than star A C.) star B is two times farther away than star A D.) It is impossible to determine their relative distances from the information given.

  5. Akicage Reply

    The farther away the star is, the fainter it is. Is it true that a star is a burning ball of fire? Well, no, stars are not on fire although they look that way. We sometimes talk about them "burning," which can be confusing because we don't mean burning as in fire. Stars shine because they are extremely hot (which is why fire gives off light.

  6. Dolmaran Reply

    Farther stars Different atmospheres The river sings us back from the time Drawn to heaven with a voice so fine Final joys final cries On and off like starlight in her eyes [Chorus] You know your poetry kept me up all night Like you I didn't have the heart to die Still so .

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    Farther Stars Than These New voices, new flash-length science fiction. Wednesday, August 17, Submission Guidelines. Farther Stars Than These is currently closed to submissions. - - - Posted by E.S. Wynn at PM. Labels: Announcements. 0 comments: Post a Comment.

  8. Zuzshura Reply

    Apr 03,  · Icarus, whose official name is MACS J+ Lensed Star 1, is the farthest individual star ever seen. It is only visible because it is being magnified by the gravity of a massive galaxy cluster.

  9. Gushakar Reply

    There is no direct method currently available to measure the distance to stars farther than light years from Earth, so astronomers instead use brightness measurements. It turns out that a star's color spectrum is a good indication of its actual brightness. The relationship between color and brightness was proven using the several thousand stars close enough to earth to have their distances measured .

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