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What is the name of neptunes satellites name?

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Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, Galatea, Larissa, Proteus, Triton, Nereid, Halimede, Sao, Laomedeia, Psamathe, Neso.

Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, Galatea, and Proteus were found in 1989 by Voyager 2. The last 5 moons were found in 2002 and 2003 by ground-based telescopes.

Space and the universe in hangaroo?

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In the game Hangaroo, the theme is not specifically about space and the universe. Hangaroo is a word-guessing game where players solve word puzzles to save a kangaroo from hanging. The game may have different themed puzzles, but not specifically about space and the universe.

Does anybody knows how to get Secret Bonus B on Top Gear 3000?

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Not sure when this question was asked, but here's my answer:

These are only rumors & not confirmed, but it is rumored that you can get Secret Bonus B by doing 1 of 2 things:

Either lap every racer 2x & then win -OR- play 1 Player mode with split screen vs. computer & beat the computer.

The 2nd one sounds a bit too easy & the 1st one sounds EXTRA SUPER HARD!! Again, these are ONLY RUMORS. I've gone through only 4 or 5 search pages on Google & still haven't found an answer other than this yet. Maybe the creators of the game are the only ones who know for sure.

How and why does water flow so easily into your cells?

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Water flows easily into cells due to osmosis, which is the movement of water from an area of low solute concentration to an area of high solute concentration. Cells have a higher concentration of solutes inside compared to outside, so water naturally flows into cells to balance the concentration gradient. Additionally, cells have specific water channels called aquaporins that facilitate the fast movement of water across the cell membrane.

What specialized organelle would you expect to find in a potato cell?

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You would expect to find amyloplasts in a potato cell. Amyloplasts are specialized organelles responsible for storing and synthesizing starch in plant cells. In potatoes, amyloplasts play a key role in storing the excess starch produced during photosynthesis.

What is a example of mutalism in a grassland?

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A common example of mutualism in a grassland ecosystem is the relationship between ants and aphids. The ants protect the aphids from predators and in return, the aphids produce a sugary substance that the ants feed on. This mutualistic relationship benefits both species involved.

What tools do marine biologists use?

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Marine biologists use a variety of tools for their research, including underwater cameras, sonar equipment, SCUBA diving gear, satellite tracking devices, and sampling equipment for collecting water, sediment, and organism samples. These tools help them study marine ecosystems, track animal movements, and conduct research on marine species.

What are ring stands used for?

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It clamps to a long neck beaker so that you can use a bunsen burner to heat whatever chemical(s) that are present in your concoction.

Why did Bill Nye The Science Guy end?

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"Bill Nye The Science Guy" ended because it completed its run of 100 episodes, which originally aired from 1993 to 1998. The show aimed to promote science education for children and was well-received during its time on air.

How does society affect science?

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Everything in life has to do with science. Therefor everything that society does affects science. The amount of water you use, the # of trees you tear down, the number of factories you run, resources you use, things you build, food you eat and discoveries that you make impact and effect science in some way. And those are not that only things because, as I have said, everything is scientific so everything affects science.

Which part of the world does Neanderthal seem to be the most prominet?

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Neanderthals were most prominent in Europe and western Asia during the Pleistocene epoch, approximately 400,000 to 40,000 years ago. Fossil evidence suggests they were well adapted to the cold climates of these regions, with many sites and discoveries made in places like Germany, France, and Spain.

Were Neanderthal and neanderthals' world the same documentary?

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It is incorrect to refer to Neanderthals as "Neanderthals' world." Neanderthals were a species of ancient humans that existed in the Paleolithic era, while "Neanderthal" is often used to describe the species as a whole. "Neanderthal" and "Neanderthals' world" would not typically be used interchangeably in a documentary about them.

Where can you find the videos that were on Fact or Faked Paranormal Files?

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You can find some episodes of "Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files" on streaming services like Amazon Prime Video or on YouTube channels that specialize in paranormal content. However, due to licensing agreements, not all episodes may be available for viewing online.

Whenever Jon delivers a newspaper the newpapr lands in the bushes What should Jon do to make sure the newspaper lands on the porch?

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Jon can try adjusting his throwing angle and strength to ensure the newspaper reaches the porch instead of the bushes. He could also move closer to the porch before tossing the newspaper to improve his aim. Additionally, using a newspaper bag or employing a different delivery technique, such as gently placing the newspaper on the porch, may help prevent it from landing in the bushes.

What do you mean when we talk about a constant speed?

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No. Circular motion can have constant speed but varying velocity.

Constant speed means constant speed in any direction, like a car on cruise control

turning a corner.

Constant velocity means constant speed in a straight line. If the direction changes,

that's considered a change in velocity.

Ben Collins fastest lap time round the Top Gear track?

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The Gumpert Apollo was the fastest with a time of 1:17.1 seconds, until this beast came along! The fastest ever Top Gear Power Lap time is set by the Ferrari FXX with a time of just 1:10.7 seconds, but this lap time didn't count. Why? This was on the same show as Micheal Scumacher was revealed as The Stig. So I think that he took what I heard is his Ferrari FXX around the track. This is unfair as he would have lots of experience driving the car. To make this even more unfair, they admitted on the show on the show he is not The Stig, and can't be anymore because he has gone back to Formula 1. This means he could be better or worse than the actual Stig.

Who is Damon Hill?

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Damon Hill is a retired British racing driver from England.

How is energy converted in a television?

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From electrical energy to mechanical energy

What is the definition of sonorous?

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Capable of producing a deep or ringing sound.

What were the uses of aircraft in ww1?

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The aircraft were used as primitive weapons in WW1. For the first few monthes they were just used for observing. Until 1914 when Roland Garros mounted a gun and steel deflectors on the propeller to save it from the bullets.

When was Top Gear made?

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top gear started in 1977 as a local tv motoring magazine and a relauch in 2002