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Lecture 24

Lecture 24

Lecture 24 Basic Properties of the Milky Way Chapter 19 Basic Properties and Environments Recycling Activity Structure of the Milky Way MILKY WAY@ Bar Serving Size: 1 Bar, 2.05 oz, 58.12g Calories 260 Sugars 35g Total Carbohydrates 41 g Basic Properties of Milky Way

By JasminFlorian
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Frostburg State Planetarium

Frostburg State Planetarium

Frostburg State Planetarium. Presents Summer Sky Sights 2010 Sky Basics – Current Sky Sights – 3 Charts Review Questions, Choices & Answers What’s Ahead for the rest of year

By Melvin
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An Introduction to Radio Astronomy 						Marcus Leech VE3MDL

An Introduction to Radio Astronomy Marcus Leech VE3MDL

An Introduction to Radio Astronomy Marcus Leech VE3MDL. Image appears courtesy NRAO/AUI. What is Radio Astronomy?. Astronomy at wavelengths from a few mm to tens of meters Visible light has wavelengths in the region of 500nm, that is, 5.0x10 -7 meters

By Ava
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Introduction to the Night Sky

Introduction to the Night Sky

Introduction to the Night Sky. Spring 2007 Heart of the Valley Astronomers. Mercury. Venus. Saturn. Encaledus. Jupiter. Io and Eruptions. Planets versus Stars. Mars. Arcturus. Vega. Uranus. Planets appear as discs of light in a telescope. Stars look like smaller pinpoints.

By Patman
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Ch 11--Life Cycle of Stars

Ch 11--Life Cycle of Stars

Ch 11--Life Cycle of Stars. What do you think?. How do stars form? Are stars forming today? Do stars with greater or lesser mass shine longer. Stellar Evolution. Birth Evolution to main sequence line (youth) Main sequence (adulthood)

By callia
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The Big Bang

The Big Bang

The Big Bang. Event that occurred approximately 13.7 BILLION years ago All the mass and energy concentrated at a point The universe began expanding and continues to expand After 1 million years matter began to cool enough to form atoms- Hydrogen- the building block of stars. In the Beginning.

By venice
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Chapter 18 Our Galaxy

Chapter 18 Our Galaxy

Chapter 18 Our Galaxy. What does our galaxy look like?. Our Problem. We are inside one of the spiral arms. The Milky Way galaxy appears in our sky as a faint band of light. Our Parent Galaxy. Name from the Greeks ( galactos milk) via the Romans

By maina
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Universe Eighth Edition

Universe Eighth Edition

Roger A. Freedman • William J. Kaufmann III. Universe Eighth Edition. CHAPTER 18 The Birth of Stars. Chapter 18 online quiz due Thursday night 11/11. HW.

By guang
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Chapter 6 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond

Chapter 6 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond

Chapter 6 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond. The solar system exhibits clear patterns of composition and motion. These patterns are far more important and interesting than numbers, names, and other trivia. Planets are very tiny compared to distances between them. Sun.

By baakir
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S TRUCTURE F ORMATION IN THE U NIVERSE - THE FIRST ONE BILLION YEARS -

S TRUCTURE F ORMATION IN THE U NIVERSE - THE FIRST ONE BILLION YEARS -

S TRUCTURE F ORMATION IN THE U NIVERSE - THE FIRST ONE BILLION YEARS -. Naoki Yoshida National Astronomical Observatory. Niigata 3/12/2003. WMAP first year results. Early reionization ( ~200 million years ). Reionization sources. 1 What are they ? PopIII stars /

By starr
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Galaxies with Active Nuclei

Galaxies with Active Nuclei

0. Galaxies with Active Nuclei. Chapter 14:. 0. Active Galaxies. Galaxies with extremely violent energy release in their nuclei (pl. of nucleus).  “active galactic nuclei” (= AGN).

By sauda
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Inventory of the Solar System

Inventory of the Solar System

Inventory of the Solar System. Astr 221 10/09/2013 Nightwatch Ch. 7 & 10. There are eight major planets with nearly circular orbits. Pluto and Eris are smaller than the major planets and have more elliptical orbits. What are the major features of the Sun and planets?.

By ezekiel-acevedo
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Chapter 19 Our Galaxy

Chapter 19 Our Galaxy

Chapter 19 Our Galaxy. 19.1 The Milky Way Revealed. Our goals for learning: What does our galaxy look like? How do stars orbit in our galaxy?. What does our galaxy look like?. Dusty gas clouds obscure our view because they absorb visible light.

By clarke-stephenson
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Where did the solar system come from?

Where did the solar system come from?

Where did the solar system come from?. Astr 221 10/16/2013 NW Chs. 8&9. Evidence from Other Gas Clouds. We can see stars forming in other interstellar gas clouds, lending support to the nebular theory. Was our solar system destined to be?.

By adrian-carter
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Ch 11: Star Formation

Ch 11: Star Formation

Ch 11: Star Formation. Star formation/birth is ongoing in our galaxy: e.g. sun is younger than oldest stars; short lived stars exist. How does it occur ? youngest stars found near gas clouds  somehow: gas clouds make stars. Giant Molecular Cloud :

By colt-davidson
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Chapter 19 Our Galaxy

Chapter 19 Our Galaxy

Chapter 19 Our Galaxy. 19.1 The Milky Way Revealed. Our goals for learning: What does our galaxy look like? How do stars orbit in our galaxy?. What does our galaxy look like?. Dusty gas clouds obscure our view because they absorb visible light.

By gordona
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An Integrated 'Digital' Feed for 21cm 						Marcus Leech VE3MDL Science Radio Laboratories, Inc

An Integrated 'Digital' Feed for 21cm Marcus Leech VE3MDL Science Radio Laboratories, Inc

An Integrated 'Digital' Feed for 21cm Marcus Leech VE3MDL Science Radio Laboratories, Inc. Image appears courtesy NRAO/AUI. Out shoutings. Shouts out to: IRC gang Keenerd, DoYouKnow, mybit, LordKalma, atouk, RokLobsta, etc Mexican Crew: Deb 'n da chikkens Elvira and maybe Stan?.

By sdaniels
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An Introduction to Radio Astronomy and The CCERA VE3MDL

An Introduction to Radio Astronomy and The CCERA VE3MDL

An Introduction to Radio Astronomy and The CCERA VE3MDL. Image appears courtesy NRAO/AUI. What is Radio Astronomy?. Astronomy at wavelengths from a few mm to tens of meters Visible light has wavelengths in the region of 500nm, that is, 5.0x10 -7 meters

By pfarnsworth
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ASTR100 (Spring 2008)  Introduction to Astronomy The Milky Way

ASTR100 (Spring 2008) Introduction to Astronomy The Milky Way

ASTR100 (Spring 2008) Introduction to Astronomy The Milky Way. Prof. D.C. Richardson Sections 0101-0106. What does our galaxy look like?. The Milky Way galaxy appears in our sky as a faint band of light. Dusty gas clouds obscure our view because they absorb visible light.

By stewartclinton
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Chapter 19 Our Galaxy

Chapter 19 Our Galaxy

Chapter 19 Our Galaxy. 19.1 The Milky Way Revealed. Our goals for learning: What does our galaxy look like? How do stars orbit in our galaxy?. What does our galaxy look like?. Dusty gas clouds obscure our view because they absorb visible light.

By idavid
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