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The Bowl of Night

Mr. K., NASA/GRC/LTP

Edited: Ruth Petersen


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Day 1: What We See From Home


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Sun Pillar

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Sun - SOHO


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Sun Seen in Soft X-Rays


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Sun - STS 82


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Stars - Other Suns!

1. Star Colors


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A Star Thermometer

Hotter: 7500 K

Sun: 5500 K

Cooler: 4000 K


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Betelgeuse

Rigel

Orion - the Hunter


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Star Brightness


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Star Brightness:

Which do You Think is Brighter?

A

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Earth

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B

Earth

A

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Earth

B


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Tycho

The Moon - Our Satellite


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Quarter

Gibbous

Crescent

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Full

New

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Old Crescent

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Old Gibbous

Old Quarter

The Moon

Sun


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How Things Move:

The MOON

Day 7

Day 5

Day 1

Day 3

West

East


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The Bowl of Night

Mr. K., NASA/GRC/LTP

Edited: Ruth Petersen


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Day 2: The Solar System

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Our Solar System!


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Rocky Matter

(Source of craters)

Debris

Icy Matter (Source of comets)

Formation of the Solar System

It began with aNebular Gas Cloud

From which developedProto-Sun & Planets

From which came theSun, Planets, & Debris

Which finally cleared out to leave just theSun & Planets (and their moons, etc.)


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Rocky Matter ...

What do you see happening here?

What do you think that the end result will be?

Can we see evidence of this kind of bombardment today?


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Mercury - Mariner 10


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Venus - Galileo


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Radar Map of Venus’ Surface - Magellan


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Earth - Apollo 17


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Gibraltar

Australia

Antarctica

Mississippi

Mt. Etna

Earth as Seen from Space


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Earth & Moon - Project Galileo


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Moon - 20th Century Views


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Mars - Viking


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Tarsus


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A Day to Remember!


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Mars

Olympus Mons

Mariner’s Valley

Tarsus

Tarsus & Mariner’s Valley


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Ida & Dactyl - An Asteroid and its Moon


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Gaspra - Galileo


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Jupiter - Voyager


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Io - Jupiter’s Volcanic Moon


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Saturn & Two Moons - Voyager


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Storm on Saturn - HST


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Uranus - Voyager 2


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Neptune - Voyager 2


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Pluto and Charon - HST


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The Bowl of Night

Mr. K., NASA/GRC/LTP

Edited: Ruth Petersen


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Day 3: The Universe


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Rocky Matter

(Source of craters)

Debris

Icy Matter (Source of comets)

Formation of the Solar System

It began with aNebular Gas Cloud

From which developedProto-Sun & Planets

From which came theSun, Planets, & Debris

Which finally cleared out to leave just theSun & Planets (and their moons, etc.)


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Icy Matter ...

Jan Oort’s Cometary Cloud


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Comet West


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Pleiades Star Cluster


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Stars

Gas

Dust

And more stars...

Our Galaxy


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RotationalAxis

Milky Way: Center - COBE


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M31 in Andromeda


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M15, Globular Cluster

M100 - HST

M83 Spiral

M51, The Whirlpool


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M87 Elliptical Galaxy


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Black Hole in M87? - HST


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Why isn’t a Black Hole Black?


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X-Ray Binary, Black Hole - NASA Drawing


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M20, The Trifid


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Horse Head Nebula in Orion


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M1, The Crab

Orion Nebula - HST


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Deep Field - HST


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