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solar mass


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solar mass

solar mass

solar mass

Periodicities in solar coronal mass ejections

CD Tau: a detached eclipsing binary with a solar-mass companion

The period-ratio and mass-ratio correlation in extra-solar multiple planetary systems

Numerical experiments on magnetic reconnection in solar flare and coronal mass ejection current sheets

Spectroscopic binaries in the Solar Twin Planet Search program: from substellar–mass to M dwarf companions

The independency of stellar mass-loss rates on stellar X-ray luminosity and activity level based on solar X-ray flux and solar wind observations

The accretion of brown dwarfs and planets by giant stars — II. Solar-mass stars on the red giant branch

Dynamical determination of the mass of the Kuiper Belt from motions of the inner planets of the Solar system

Preflare Heating and Mass Motion in a Solar Flare Associated with Hot Plasma Ejection: 1993 November 11 C9.7 Flare

Secular influence of the evolution of orbits of near-Earth asteroids induced by temporary variation of G and solar mass-loss

SDSS J013127.34–032100.1: a candidate blazar with an 11 billion solar mass black hole at z = 5.18

On collisional capture rates of irregular satellites around the gas-giant planets and the minimum mass of the solar nebula

A high charge state coronal mass ejection seen through solar wind charge exchange emission as detected by XMM–Newton

Radiation-hydrodynamical simulations of massive star formation using Monte Carlo radiative transfer – II. The formation of a 25 solar-mass star

 

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(M) A unit of mass used in stellar and galactic astronomy, equivalent to the mass of the Sun, 1.989 × 1030 kg.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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