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What If Our Sun Became A BH

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Posted by Michael Libbie on March 8, 2001 08:18:35 UTC

how would the earths orbit be affected.
and... why are sunspots black
and... what is the celestial equator
i had an astronomy mid-term today. sorry that i have to ask you folks but its a telecourse and i dont have the book. it really pisses me off that here it is midterm and i dont know what the hell the definition of the celestial equator is.

also have any of you read the book "relativity, the special and general theory," that einstein wrote? i just got it from the library today and einstein seems to explain things very well about these two theories, im looking forward to understanding maybe a little better some of the stuff on this forum.

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