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Does anyone know what a Solar Plane is. Not the plane that runs on solar powered. I have a test soon. Could someone help
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What is a star spectra
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You're not confusing that with orbital plane are you?
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Not the place to do your homework lol

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellar_classification

The hotter something burns, the more towards blue & ultra violet it is. If it burns cooler, it looks more red.

Same with fire (campfire red vs blowtorch blue)
Or light bulbs (cheap old Incandescent vs photo quality florescent)
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Thanks
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vangosroth wrote:

You're not confusing that with orbital plane are you?


"Solar"/orbital plane-Just going off what little I know sounds like the axis at which the cloud disk and any subsequent planets would form from. So for example it is like the axis on which everything rests on like spinning a heavy object attached to a string. To make it even simpler: the surface of your table, desk, etc. all have a flat top which is one plane. Imagine the sun or any star at the center and the flat top would be what most of the planets revolve on. But it isn't necessarily flat left and right. It could be the plane like your wall extending up and down.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbital_plane_(astronomy)

Star Spectra-Is pretty much the light frequencies that a star is able to produce. Think of it like sound and rainbows. Red frequencies/"light" travel furthest but they have low wavelengths so imagine it like slowing down your normal talking speed. Then you have yellow frequencies which would be your average/normal talking speed and rate you hear everything at. Blue&white frequencies are your fastest and sounds like someone who just got high off caffeine and could probably hit a tone that could shatter glass.
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OMG Thank the Lord there are people like you.
Thank you very much
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First off.....".....people like you."? What's that supposed to mean?

Second: I love astronomy and physics....and biology....and chemisty....and math......but that's it! If it wasn't for that you'd be on your own.
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Amazing people like you
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Could someine please explain the Doppler Effect
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By the gods.

Alright now, I enjoy science, I love science, science is one of the most interesting topics I can think of, there's so much out there and it's great to learn, but for the love of all that is holy, unholy, and everything in between stop expecting people to do your damn work for you and head off to google you pathetic waste of bandwidth.

A forum is not your own personal search engine you lazy child, I detest people like you, expecting to just sit back while everyone else does your work for you, you want the answer? Let me give you a massive hint: www.google.com.

Every answer you'll need, right there, and without expecting the world to hand it to you on a platter, you are not special, you are not entitled to answers, for the love of god, you could find it out faster and with more efficacy by searching google your damn self you eejit.
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i love this thread

but seriously wikipedia isn't the best source lol. i think there's a lot of university websites that could help you out the ".org"s or ".edu"s are really the places to go.
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If only I could explain like everyone else.
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I'm no good at describing/explaining things.
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