User talk:Akbarmohammadzade

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some questions for reference desk[edit]

1)can cool gas in temperature less than its boil point in atmosphere be in thermal Maxwell – Boltzmann equilibrium ? 2)what cases the weight of gas in cylinder ,compare halo inside vacuum cylinder with 1 atm pressure gas cylinder weight . 3) how dos happen the colliding of clouds in air? 4)what is the deference between weightless condition and lying in gravity field for gas treatment and thermodynamic rules ?

--Akbarmohammadzade (talk) 03:55, 6 April 2011 (UTC)

my talk: Some body used to say something about the black holes but I prefer to say about super novas , the first one shows death and being mystery the second one is for life and being alive .it had send oxygen and carbon ,so calcium and iron --Akbarmohammadzade (talk) 05:16, 6 April 2011 (UTC)

Actually, a supernova is the explosion of a star. The name is misleading. It appears to us as a "new star" in the sky because the original star was too far away to be easily visible, whereas the explosion of the star is very much brighter. 5BYv8cUJ (talk) 11:15, 11 June 2011 (UTC)

THE SUPERNOVA 1987A[edit]

the supernova 1987A had charged neighbor cloud after exploding , the best idea for formation of planets in o'ort nebula (such as now upgradesI will discuss next time about in other field )shows that this nebula was charged by neighborhood supernova for containing oxygen carbon and heavy elements

--Akbarmohammadzade (talk) 10:59, 24 April 2011 (UTC)

SUPERNOVA[edit]

I love supernovae for their light celebrating in first appearance , their existence an_d beginning such as new star , their rule in our life an_d especially their palpitations such as our heart

June 2011[edit]

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An introduction to studies about the effect of solar wind and solar CNO cycle on opposite rotating of Venus Author: Akbarmohammadzade Iran University of Science and Technology Email:akbarmohammadzade@yahoo.com

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