# Astronomy

- Angular Magnification of a Telescope - The angular magnification of a telescope is the ratio of the focal length of the objective lens to the eyepiece lens. Calculate the magnification factor with this tool.
- Bode's Law (Titius-Bode Law) - Bode's Law, also known as Titius-Bode Law, provides a simple rule for estimating the distances of planets from the Sun in our solar system.
- Bond Albedo - Calculate the bond albedo of an astronomical body based on the given albedo value.
- Chandrasekhar Limit - The Chandrasekhar Limit is the maximum mass of a stable white dwarf star, crucial in understanding stellar evolution.
- Cosmological Redshift - The cosmological redshift formula is used in astronomy to measure the expansion of the universe by quantifying the change in wavelength of light from distant celestial objects.
- Doppler Shift for Light - Calculates the Doppler shift (z) for light by dividing the velocity of the object by the speed of light. Used in astronomy to determine the movement of galaxies.
- Eddington Luminosity Limit - The Eddington Luminosity Limit formula calculates the maximum luminosity a body can achieve while maintaining gravitational equilibrium.
- Flux in Cosmology - The formula calculates the flux in cosmology, which is vital in understanding energy and particle flow through specific areas in the universe.
- Hubble's Law - Hubble's law describes the relationship between the velocity and distance of galaxies, contributing to our understanding of the universe's expansion.
- Olbers' Paradox - Understand why the night sky is dark and the reasoning behind Olbers' Paradox, related to the infinite nature of the universe.