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The Jovian Planets

The Jovian Planets

The Jovian Planets. Chapter 7. Topics. Jupter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune How do we know? Why do we care? What is common about the outer planets? What is peculiar to each of these planets?. Jovian planets (Jupiter-like). Size. radius is about 1/10 of the radius of the Sun.

By tamas
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Structure & Formation of the Solar System

Structure & Formation of the Solar System

Structure & Formation of the Solar System. What is the Solar System? The Sun and everything gravitationally bound to it. There is a certain order to the Solar System. This gives us information on its formation. The planets to scale with a portion of the Sun visible in the background.

By raphaela
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Chapter 11 Jovian Planet Systems

Chapter 11 Jovian Planet Systems

Chapter 11 Jovian Planet Systems. Spacecraft to the Outer Solar System. Flybys: Pioneer 10, 11 Voyager 1, 2 Orbiters/ : Galileo, Cassini Landers (Jupiter) (Saturn). Voyager 2 is the only spacecraft to visit all four outer planets. Gas Giant Planets. Our goals for learning

By adrienne
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Lindsley, 8/99

Lindsley, 8/99

High P and T at center of Solar nebula cause hydrogen atoms to fuse together to form helium Solid particles condense and collide to form planetesimals which accrete into planets. Lindsley, 8/99. Solar system: outer jovian planets, inner terrestrial planets, Pluto the oddball. Lindsley, 8/99.

By sofia
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The Jovian Planets

The Jovian Planets

The Jovian Planets. Small Moons. Galilean Moons. Io. Volcanism on Io. Tidal Heating. Jupiter’s Tidal Force. Europa. Water Mantle on Europa. Tidal Flexing on Europa. Ganymede. Callisto. Titan. Infrared Image of Titan. Medium-sized Moons of Saturn. Triton. Rings of Saturn.

By marlin
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PDS/NSSDC Deliveries

PDS/NSSDC Deliveries

PDS/NSSDC Deliveries. Dave Williams PDS Management Council Columbia, MD 3 April 2013. PDS Delivery Status Overview. Overall delivery system running smoothly. Upgrades to JIMIX software have eliminated most of our front-end (Dataset ID Generation and SIP updates) delivery set-up problems.

By bunny
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Review 1

Review 1

Review 1. Chapters 1 – 8 . Test 1. Format 30 multiple choice questions 3 numerical Speed, distance, time Kepler’s 3 rd Law P 2 = R 3 27 general knowledge . Numerical Questions. Numerical Questions

By elias
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Directly Imaging and Characterizing Extrasolar Planets at High Contrast

Directly Imaging and Characterizing Extrasolar Planets at High Contrast

Directly Imaging and Characterizing Extrasolar Planets at High Contrast. Thayne Currie (U. Toronto, NAOJ Aug 2014 !) Adam Burrows (Princeton), Nikku Madhusudhan (Cambridge), Ryan Cloutier (U. Toronto) + SEEDS Collaboration. Extrasolar Planets. Mayor and Queloz (1995).

By zev
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Life on Jovian Moons

Life on Jovian Moons

Life on Jovian Moons. ASTR 1420 Lecture 13 Sections 9.1 & 9.2. Background…. Jovian planets themselves are unlikely habitable (Do you remember why?) There are many moons orbiting these planets  Jovian Moons . Some jovian moons are potentially habitable (i.e., with liquid water).

By don
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World Geography

World Geography

World Geography. Ms. Ethel Marie Y. Entrampas. DEFINITIONS. The study of the earth and its features History is to TIME; Geography is to SPACE Two types: Physical Geography Human Geography. Climate Land/Water Forms Vegetation. Population Interactions Culture.

By qamra
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Touring our Solar System

Touring our Solar System

Touring our Solar System. An Overview of our Planets. Terrestrial planets are small and rocky Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars Jovian planets are gas giants Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. An Overview of our Planets.

By savea
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Solar system formation

Solar system formation

Adam Marth -Earth Science. Solar system formation. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed; Only Transformed. Claims the origin of the solar system came from a rotating cloud of interstellar gas (or a nebula) Believed to be remnants of dead star systems long before the birth of ours

By iliana
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Chapter 11 Jovian Planet Systems

Chapter 11 Jovian Planet Systems

Chapter 11 Jovian Planet Systems. 11.1 A Different Kind of Planet. Our goals for learning: Are jovian planets all alike? What are jovian planets like on the inside? What is the weather like on jovian planets? Do jovian planets have magnetospheres like Earth’s?. Are jovian planets all alike?.

By kira
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Nebular hypothesis

Nebular hypothesis

Nebular hypothesis. Nebular Hypothesis Immanuel Kant Pierre Laplace in the late 1700’s. Our story starts with a nebula.

By morey
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Life on Jovian Moons

Life on Jovian Moons

Life on Jovian Moons. ASTR 1420 Lecture 14 Sections 9.1 & 9.2. Background…. Jovian planets themselves are unlikely habitable (Do you remember why?) There are many moons orbiting these planets  Jovian Moons . Some jovian moons are potentially habitable (i.e., with liquid water).

By marvel
(174 views)

Our Place in the Universe

Our Place in the Universe

Our Place in the Universe. The Milky Way Galaxy. Structure of the Milky Way Galaxy. The Milky Way Galaxy. Galactic Year. The M31 Galaxy. Movement. The Expanding Universe. Click here to see the animation. Our Solar System. The Terrestrial Planets. Composition of the Terrestrial Planets.

By garry
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THE SOLAR SYSTEM UNIT

THE SOLAR SYSTEM UNIT

THE SOLAR SYSTEM UNIT. The Formation of the Solar System. Use figure 3 on page 647 to do the following: Draw A, B, and C from figure 3 Label each figure with the description Write a paragraph below the picture that describes how the solar system forms

By benson
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Trivia Question of the Day

Trivia Question of the Day

Trivia Question of the Day. Astronomy Picture of the Day. Review Questions (on a separate sheet of paper). 1. Write down ONE piece of evidence that supports the Big Bang Theory. Review Questions. 2. List the following in order from OLDEST to YOUNGEST: - Solar system Milky Way galaxy

By crete
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Chapter 11 Jovian Planet Systems

Chapter 11 Jovian Planet Systems

Chapter 11 Jovian Planet Systems. 11.1 A Different Kind of Planet. Our goals for learning Are jovian planets all alike? What are jovian planets like on the inside? What is the weather like on jovian planets? Do jovian planets have magnetospheres like Earth’s?. Are jovian planets all alike?.

By urbana
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Inner Vs. Outer

Inner Vs. Outer

Inner Vs. Outer. By: Gabby Glenn. Inner Planets. Terrestrial Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. Composed mostly of rock and heavy metal Have few or no moons No rings Average 58-228 million km from the sun Small and dense Rotation periods range from .99 to 243 days

By zyta
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