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Message Subject SAINT LOUIS ~ syncroni ~ €it¥ , Missouri
Poster Handle peanut
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I wonder if that's why street lights go out almost everytime I pass by one , especially certain ones.
 Quoting: YOUCITY 18850702

This happens to me as well.

Strange, I was looking for a specific post tonight for a quote and I stumbled on a response you in particular, wrote to me.

At least the AC name said, YouCity...

I even mistook you for another for a moment.

Now here you are.


Does the streetlight go out in a flash bang and a poof?

 Quoting: Seer777

"Type Ia supernovae follow a characteristic light curve—the graph of luminosity as a function of time—after the explosion. This luminosity is generated by the radioactive decay of nickel-56 through cobalt-56 to iron-56.[41] The peak luminosity of the light curve was believed to be consistent across Type Ia supernovae (the vast majority of which are initiated with a uniform mass via the accretion mechanism), having a maximum absolute magnitude of about -19.3. This would allow them to be used as a secondary[46] standard candle to measure the distance to their host galaxies.[47] However, recent discoveries reveal that there is some evolution in the average lightcurve width, and thus in the intrinsic luminosity of Supernovae, although significant evolution is found only over a large redshift baseline.[48]
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