Asked in Astronomy, Planetary Science, Stars
Does the brightness of a star make it impossible to see?
No, the brightness is what allows you to see it. The ones that are impossible to see don't have enough brightness. ...
Asked in Units of Measure
Why do scientists take measurement in a standard way?
Scientists need a standard way to take measurements so that an experiment can be recreated if it needs to be. It also allows for a scientistâ??s results to be checked for validity. ...
Asked in Planetary Science
What allows scientist to measure the brightness of stars?
Scientists use telescopes to measure the brightness of stars. But before telescopes were invented, scientists judged the brightness of the stars with their naked eyes. They called the brightest stars they could see the first-magnitude stars, and the dimmest stars, sixth magnitude stars. When telescopes were developed, this system had flaws. They could see more stars with the telescope than with the naked eyes. They could also see the differences in brightness as well. ...
Why are standardized units of measure impotant to scientists?
Mainly to avoid confusion. Having all scientists use the same units of measure allows them to easily compare their results with one another. ...
Asked in Stars
What is helioseismology and what does it tell us about the sun?
helioseismology allows scientists to see beneath surface of the sun using Doppler instruments involves measurements sound waves moving thru sun. ...
Asked in Science Experiments
Which section of a research poster or paper allows other scientists to repeat an experiment?
The methods section allows the experiment to be repeated by other scientists. ...
Asked in Essays, Research Papers, Scientists
What section of a research poster or paper allows other scientists to repeat an experiment?
The methods section allows other scientists to repeat an experiment.
Why do scientists use the metric system?
The metric system is a universal way of measurement making it so all scientists use the same way of measuring. It is the most widely used system around the world for measuring weight, distance and volume. Having a common system across all countries allows scientists to accurately compare their findings ...
Asked in Interior Design, Science
What are the importance of using standard units in measurements?
# Units allows use to compare quatities that are not in the same space, place or time # units also indicates the physics quantities measured or been measure as each quantities has particlar units ...
Asked in Websites
What is the best website that allows me to search and compare prices and features of trucks?
Consumers Reports offers a site that allows users to compare prices and features of trucks. There is a free and paid version of this site. ...
Asked in Astronomy
What is the apparent or absolute magnitude of a star?
A star's 'apparent' magnitude is a measure of how bright it appears to us in our sky. A star's 'absolute' magnitude is a measure of how bright it would appear in our sky if it were located 32 light years distant from us (10 parsecs). The absolute magnitude allows us to directly compare the brightness of one star to the brightness of others, because it removes the effects of their different distances from us. ...
Asked in Science
Why are scientific journals important to scientific progress?
They are a good way for scientists to share their findings. This allows for other scientists to do the same experiment and confirm or disprove those findings. It also allows scientists to use what has already been tested in their own studies that go beyond what was already proven. ...
Asked in Mobile Phones
Where can I compare all of the cell phones by Motorola?
CNET.com allows you to compare different Motorola cell phone models. You can also check our Motorola.com to compare only their cell phone models ...