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March 11/12 Agenda. Learning Target: Be able to explain black holes Today’s Vocabulary: Hawking Radiation Tidal Acceleration Supermassive black hole. Fun in Space. http:// www.cnn.com/2013/05/13/tech/web/astronaut-space-oddity/index.html. Agenda March 11/12. black hole notes

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March 11 12 agenda
March 11/12 Agenda

Learning Target: Be able to explain black holes

  • Today’s Vocabulary:

    • Hawking Radiation

    • Tidal Acceleration

    • Supermassive black hole


Fun in space
Fun in Space

http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/13/tech/web/astronaut-space-oddity/index.html


Agenda march 11 12
AgendaMarch 11/12

black hole notes

Jeopardy 1 and 2

Fieldtrip April 18, I need your forms in by Friday, I can take 40. Need to pay ASB, $17.00


Let s go
Let’s Go!!!

Astronomy Day May 10, 2014

FREE ASTRONOMY DAY 10AM-2PM

Join us at the Pacific Planetarium on Saturday, May 10th for a FREE day of astronomy activities for everyone! Look through a telescope or watch a planetarium show to see what gets astronomers all excited when they gaze into the universe


Quiz march 11 12
Quiz March 11/12

How can we tell black holes are out there?

What is Hawking Radiation?

What happens to time as we get closer to an event horizon?

What creates the energy we see near a black hole?

Which type of black hole does not cause spaghettification?