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The X-ray Morphology and Spectra of Galactic Disks

The X-ray Morphology and Spectra of Galactic Disks

The X-ray Morphology and Spectra of Galactic Disks Richard Owen, Bob Warwick University of Leicester X-rays from Nearby Galaxies Introduction We use XMM-Newton to analyze disk emission from a sample of nearby face-on spiral galaxies.

By Faraday
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Exam

Exam

Exam. Final Exam: * Tuesday Dec 9 th @ 9am E2-229 EIT Complex * 2 hours. Only Specified Calculators! Recall notice from Faculty of Science: could end up with F-DISC in the course. (Can do questions without calculator.). ~70 questions in 2 hours About 10 math questions

By niveditha
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Light Years, Important People, Galaxies

Light Years, Important People, Galaxies

Light Years, Important People, Galaxies. 8 th Grade. WHAT IS A GALAXY?. A galaxy is a huge group of single stars , star systems, star clusters, dust , and gas held together by gravity. How big are galaxies?. The largest galaxies have more than a TRILLION stars.

By Samuel
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Objectives: 1) To learn about Spirals 2) To learn about Barred Spirals

Objectives: 1) To learn about Spirals 2) To learn about Barred Spirals

Goal: To know the different types of galaxies and to understand their differences and similarities. Objectives: 1) To learn about Spirals 2) To learn about Barred Spirals 3) To learn about Elliptical Galaxies 4) To learn about Irregular Galaxies. What type of galaxy is this?.

By johana
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Spiral Galaxies

Spiral Galaxies

Spiral Galaxies. Elliptical Galaxies. Irregular Galaxies. Classification of Galaxies. Properties of Galaxies. Other galaxy types : Peculiar, Interacting, Ring, Starburst, Dwarf, Luminous Infrared, Active Nuclei, Damped Lyman-alpha. Stephan’s Quintet – Colliding galaxies.

By yoshiko
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Announcements

Announcements

Announcements. Grades for third exam are now available on WebCT Observing next week counts on the third exam. Quasars and Active Galactic Nuclei. Quasi-stellar objects Redshifts Variability Supermassive black holes Active Galaxies Reading 24.1-24.2, 23.2. Quasars.

By conroy
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AGENDA

AGENDA

AGENDA. Discussion Adjourn *Dinner on Own. ABST RACTS. Rachael Beaton Checks & Balances: Testing the Distance Ladder Determination of the Hubble Constant

By ellery
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Universe Eighth Edition

Universe Eighth Edition

Roger A. Freedman • William J. Kaufmann III. Universe Eighth Edition. CHAPTER 24 Galaxies. Chapter 24 and 26 online quizzes due Thursday 12/9 Skip Chapter 27 Final Exam – Monday 12/13, 5:30-7:30 PM The final will cover chapters 23, 24 and 26 only, same format as Exams 1-3 . Last HW!.

By keagan
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AGN FEEDBACK AND QUENCHING OF STAR FORMATION: A MULTIWAVELENGTH APPROACH

AGN FEEDBACK AND QUENCHING OF STAR FORMATION: A MULTIWAVELENGTH APPROACH

AGN FEEDBACK AND QUENCHING OF STAR FORMATION: A MULTIWAVELENGTH APPROACH. EURO-VO AIDA Research Initiative Call for Proposals. Sonia Antón ( CICGE/SIM-IDL , Portugal) Bruno Coelho (FCUP/CAUP, Portugal) Catarina Lobo (CAUP, Portugal) Isabel Márquez (IAA, Spain)

By scot
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Astro-2: History of the Universe

Astro-2: History of the Universe

Astro-2: History of the Universe. Lecture 2; April 6 2006. Previously.. On Astro-2. The goal of cosmology is to understand how the universe formed and evolved. How can we build a theory of the universe valid at all times in every place?

By etana
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Chapter 6 - Specific Case Study: Searching for Bent-double Galaxies

Chapter 6 - Specific Case Study: Searching for Bent-double Galaxies

Chapter 6 - Specific Case Study: Searching for Bent-double Galaxies . Chandrika Kamath Center for Applied Scientific Computing Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory http://www.llnl.gov/casc/people/kamath. UCRL-PRES-145087: The work of Chandrika Kamath in Chapters 5, 6, and 7

By garson
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Dark Matter/Dark Energy Do we need it? How Much? Where? What is It? Hans-Walter Rix January 28, 2004 Observing the Big B

Dark Matter/Dark Energy Do we need it? How Much? Where? What is It? Hans-Walter Rix January 28, 2004 Observing the Big B

Dark Matter/Dark Energy Do we need it? How Much? Where? What is It? Hans-Walter Rix January 28, 2004 Observing the Big Bang and its Aftermath. Historic Overview Evidence for Dark Matter On galactic scales Galaxy clusters Abundance of massive clusters “Large scale structure”

By atara
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Antarctica December 2006

Antarctica December 2006

BLAST. B alloon-borne L arge A perture S ubmillimeter T elescope. Antarctica December 2006. How Much Do We Know?. Where is all the stuff?. How is it organized?. How did it get that way?. A Cosmologist’s “Simple” View of the Universe. ACT. Galaxy Formation. Big Bang!. Galaxy Evolution.

By zuzana
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Dark Energy & Dark Matter

Dark Energy & Dark Matter

An Introduction to. Dark Energy & Dark Matter. Some questions. What are we made of? We are made of atoms What else are made of atoms? … everything? What are atoms made of? Atoms are made up of....  Stuff. What are stars made of?. Stars are made up of atoms.

By gordy
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GIANT TO DWARF RATIO OF RED-SEQUENCE GALAXY CLUSTERS Abhishesh N Adhikari Mentor-Jim Annis Fermilab IPM / SDSS August 8,

GIANT TO DWARF RATIO OF RED-SEQUENCE GALAXY CLUSTERS Abhishesh N Adhikari Mentor-Jim Annis Fermilab IPM / SDSS August 8,

GIANT TO DWARF RATIO OF RED-SEQUENCE GALAXY CLUSTERS Abhishesh N Adhikari Mentor-Jim Annis Fermilab IPM / SDSS August 8, 2007. OUTLINE OF TALK. Introduction to SDSS The physics of my project: Giant to Dwarf Ratio in Red Galaxy Clusters MaxBCG: A cluster detection algorithm

By blithe
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Monday October 1, 2012

Monday October 1, 2012

Monday October 1, 2012. ( Video – HTUW: Alien Galaxy Part 5 [P4 Only]; Continue Project). The Launch Pad 10/2/12. Identify. the Sun in ultraviolet light. Announcements. None Today. Recent Events in Science. Dallas rattled by two earthquakes overnight. Read All About It!.

By alyssa
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WISH upon a first galaxy….

WISH upon a first galaxy….

WISH upon a first galaxy…. WISH Wide-field Imaging Surveyor for High- Redshift. 超広視野初期宇宙探査 衛星. WISH Working Group. http://www.wishmission.org/en/index.html. M31 Phot : R.Gendler. WISH WG Members. Toru Yamada , Chihiro Tkokku (Tohoku University) Ikuru Iwata , S. Tsuneta ,

By deon
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On the Shoulders of Giants

On the Shoulders of Giants

On the Shoulders of Giants. Organization of the universe. THE UNIVERSE: 3 theories 1. Open, expands forever 2. Closed, like a saddle 3. expanding and contracting. Galaxies: contain stars, huge clouds of gas and dust (nebulae) which revolve around a nucleus. Three types.

By ellie
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Galaxies

Galaxies

Galaxies. Milky Way . A galaxy is a large, isolated system of stars held together by gravitational forces. Our Solar System is located in the Milky Way Galaxy. Structure of the Milky Way. The Milky Way has a disk -like shape with a central bulge. Structure of the Milky Way.

By kare
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- X 線選択で見つかる obscured AGN の母銀河 -

- X 線選択で見つかる obscured AGN の母銀河 -

- X 線選択で見つかる obscured AGN の母銀河 - . @筑波大学 2010/02/19. 秋山 正幸(東北大学天文学専攻). 宇宙の歴史の中でのブラックホールの成長、銀河の成長. 1:1000 ratio. X線光度関数から推定されるブラックホールの(降着による)成長曲線 Marconi et al. 2004, MNRAS, 351, 169. 銀河の星質量の集積史:それぞれの質量範囲の銀河の“数”が現在に比べてどれだけあるか Perez-Gonzalez et al. 2008, ApJ , 675, 234.

By curt
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