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Ch 15: Milky Way Galaxy

Ch 15: Milky Way Galaxy

Ch 15: Milky Way Galaxy Milky Way = “Via Lactea”  spans many constellations Crosses the whole sky in a “great circle”  Our view, from the inside, of our galaxy. All Sky SH NH (1) Optical/Infrared/Radio Optical: dust important IR & radio: true flatness revealed

By benjamin
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Chapter 19

Chapter 19

Chapter 19. Vibrations and Waves . There are two ways to transmit information and energy in our universe:. Particle Motion and Wave Motion . Vibration -. Wiggle in time. Light and Sound Both are vibrations of different kinds. Wave -. Wiggle in space . 1. VIBRATION OF A PENDULUM.

By MartaAdara
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Galileo: Early Years

Galileo: Early Years

Galileo: Early Years. Born 15 Feb. 1564 in Pisa Educated in Camaldolese Monastery Father wanted him to be a medical doctor Interested in mathematics. Discoveries. Observed swinging lamps in Cathedral of Pisa and found period to be independent of the amplitude – idea for a pendulum clock

By babu
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The Outer Planets

The Outer Planets

The Outer Planets. The Inner Planets to Scale. 3,031 mi 7,521 mi 7,926 mi 4,222 mi. 5.4 g/cm3 5.2 g/cm3 5.5 g/cm3 3.9 g/cm^3. The Outer Planets to Scale. 88,700 mi 75,000 mi 31,700 mi 30,200 mi. 1.3 g/cm3 0.7 g/cm3 1.3 g/cm3 1.6 g/cm3.

By tareq
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PHYSICS 231 INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS I pa.msu/courses/phy231

PHYSICS 231 INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS I pa.msu/courses/phy231

PHYSICS 231 INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS I www.pa.msu.edu/courses/phy231. Scott Pratt prattsc@msu.edu (517) 355-9200, ext. 2016 Office Hours: Monday, 9-10:30 AM in 1248 BPS. Course Information. http://www.pa.msu.edu/courses/phy231. Succeeding in Physics 231. Do your homework (yourself)!

By imaran
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The Galileo Affair

The Galileo Affair

The Galileo Affair. An Italian soap opera in two acts. From the Encyclopedia of Catholicism.

By linh
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Problem Based Learning in the Middle School

Problem Based Learning in the Middle School

Problem Based Learning in the Middle School. 1. Orchestrated immersion 2. Relaxed alertness 3. Active processing. The three instructional techniques associated with brain-based learning:. Goals for PBL in the Middle School. Raise test scores Meet QCC objectives

By jayme
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A Brief Introduction to Gravity

A Brief Introduction to Gravity

A Brief Introduction to Gravity . UT Intro to Geophysics Class March 10, 2009 Austin-Bergstrom Airport Theresa Diehl, Ph.D. Research Geodesist NOAA National Geodetic Survey. The Acceleration due to Gravity. Newton’s Law of Gravitation. Newton’s Law of Motion.

By aliza
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Jupiter

Jupiter

Jupiter. Jupiter. Distance 800 million km (500 million miles) Diameter: 143,000 x 133,000 km (88,000 x 80,000 miles) or 11 x 10 Earths Rotates in 10 hours Polar Flattening: 1/16 (Earth = 1/298) Circles Sun in 12 years Mass: 318 Earths Volume: 1321 Earths Density: 1.326 gm/cc

By kaoru
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Jupiter

Jupiter

Jupiter. Jupiter and Earth Compared. Pioneer 10 and 11 were first to Jupiter, 1973. Pioneer 10-11. Voyager I-II. Galileo. Galileo’s Atmospheric Probe. Io, Europa and Jupiter. The Great Red Spot. Jupiter is Hot Inside. Jupiter Has a Very Thin Ring.

By csilla
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The Scientific Revolution

The Scientific Revolution

The Scientific Revolution. How did science begin to change the way people thought?. Copernicus. Galileo. Newton. I. Copernicus: Heliocentric Theory. A. Prior to 1500s true or false was determined by referring to an ancient thinker or the Bible

By kale
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1609 : A HISTORIC YEAR FOR ASTRONOMY

1609 : A HISTORIC YEAR FOR ASTRONOMY

1609 : A HISTORIC YEAR FOR ASTRONOMY. Changing times.

By tassos
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The Motion of the Planets

The Motion of the Planets

The Motion of the Planets. The Motion of the Planets. The Solar System. Precisely how do the planets (including Earth) move around the sun? What are the fundamental laws of nature that govern this motion?. Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion.

By kennan
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The Solar System

The Solar System

The Solar System. Observing the Solar System. Guide For Reading. How do the heliocentric and geocentric description of the solar system differ? What did Kepler discover about the orbits of the planets? What two factors keep the planets in their orbits?. Wandering Stars.

By creola
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The Link between Nutrition, Physical Activity and Academic Achievement

The Link between Nutrition, Physical Activity and Academic Achievement

The Link between Nutrition, Physical Activity and Academic Achievement. Sigrid Quendler Vienna University, Austria, Europe for ILSI Center for Health Promotion, Atlanta, 2002. Background.

By oriole
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Radio Wave Propagation

Radio Wave Propagation

Radio Wave Propagation. Carl Luetzelschwab K9LA k9la@arrl.net. A Little About K9LA. Novice WN9AVT in October 1961 WA9AVT in May 1962, selected K9LA in 1977 Enjoy propagation, DXing , contesting, and antennas WorldRadio Propagation columnist since Jan 1997

By ismet
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The Motion of the Planets

The Motion of the Planets

The Motion of the Planets. The Motion of the Planets. The Solar System. Precisely how do the planets (including Earth) move around the sun? What are the fundamental laws of nature that govern this motion?. Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion.

By jaden
(202 views)

CHAPTER OBJECTIVES

CHAPTER OBJECTIVES

CHAPTER OBJECTIVES. Review important principles of statics Use the principles to determine internal resultant loadings in a body Introduce concepts of normal and shear stress. Discuss applications of analysis and design of members subjected to an axial load or direct shear. CHAPTER OUTLINE.

By salma
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Newton’s First Law of Motion -- Inertia . Aristotle (384-322)BC. Aristotelian School of Thought . Natural Motion. Every Object in the universe has a proper place, determined by its nature. Heavier objects strive harder to be in their proper place.

By ellard
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Parametric Equations

Parametric Equations

Parametric Equations. HW: 11.1; 3,22. Why do we need parametric equations?. Consider the flight of a golf ball…the motion consists of two independent parts (Galileo’s “big” insight): Falling motion or Galileo’s Law of falling bodies in the vertical (y) direction

By feo
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