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Post #1by Guest » 15.04.2004, 22:02

http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/newsde ... s/1999/27/
Are those clouds on mars?


http://apod.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap990605.html
Where is the star's surface?


Thanks for helping :)

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Re: 2 questions

Post #2by granthutchison » 15.04.2004, 22:20

Anonymous wrote:Are those clouds on mars?
Yes.

Anonymous wrote:Where is the star's surface?
It doesn't really have one. The outer layers of supergiants are so rarefied that the star just fades off into space.

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Re: 2 questions

Post #3by maxim » 16.04.2004, 06:40

granthutchison wrote:It doesn't really have one. The outer layers of supergiants are so rarefied that the star just fades off into space.

Any idea how this can be modeled in Celestia?

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