ichaelm wrote:First of all, Trees, that question isn't a question. But I'll assume that you meant to ask how many times brighter one star was than the other. In that case, the inverse square law is all you'd need. Flavorflav was assuming that it was asking for the difference in astronomical magnitudes which is also be a reasonable question, but he took the log base 10, despite the fact that magnitudes correspond to a factor of about 2.51, not 10, so you'd need to take the log base 2.51.
AlphaTauri wrote:Hm, does anyone have a definitive answer for the distance of Tycho's SNR? Chandra says 13,000 LY, but every other source I have says somewhere between 7500 and 10,000 LY.
Swag wrote:Once again, I'm lost. Can someone explain like, everything? Or send me to places where I can gather some notes (by some, I mean a lot)
themachine_ wrote:Does anyone know what astronomy is like at states compared to regionals, in terms of how specific the questions get/how far they would go outside the rules or about topics stated (would they ask about random astronauts and current events or would they be more likely to ask highly specific questions about DSOs)? Thank you for any feedback.
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