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The Origin of the Solar System

The Origin of the Solar System

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By cutler
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The Origin of the Solar System

The Origin of the Solar System

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By hasana
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NIO GSMT Overview

NIO GSMT Overview

NIO GSMT Overview. VLOT/GSMT WORKSHOP Victoria, BC 17 JULY, 2001 S. Strom, L. Stepp. AURA NIO: Mission. In response to AASC call for a GSMT, AURA formed a New Initiatives Office (NIO) collaborative effort between NOAO and Gemini to explore design concepts for a GSMT NIO mission

By micheal
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composition of proto-planetary discs regarding ingredients for starting life on planets

composition of proto-planetary discs regarding ingredients for starting life on planets

composition of proto-planetary discs regarding ingredients for starting life on planets. [GALLO/GETTY]. Jane Greaves, Cardiff University. in the SPICA era. low-mass planets of moderate temperature common shift to: what are conditions like on these planets?. ARIEL Space Mission.

By gershom
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The Origin of the Solar System

The Origin of the Solar System

Note that the following lectures include animations and PowerPoint effects such as fly ins and transitions that require you to be in PowerPoint's Slide Show mode (presentation mode). The Origin of the Solar System. Chapter 19. Guidepost.

By etana
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The Origin of the Solar System

The Origin of the Solar System

Note that the following lectures include animations and PowerPoint effects such as fly ins and transitions that require you to be in PowerPoint's Slide Show mode (presentation mode). The Origin of the Solar System. Chapter 19. Guidepost.

By dayton
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Lustre -WAN : Enabling Distributed Workflows in Astrophysics

Lustre -WAN : Enabling Distributed Workflows in Astrophysics

Lustre -WAN : Enabling Distributed Workflows in Astrophysics . Scott Michael scamicha@ indiana.edu. April 2011. Studying Planet Formation. My research group investigates the formation of giant planets There are more than 500 extra-solar gas giants that have been discovered to date

By yan
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Test question 11.1

Test question 11.1

Test question 11.1. Jupiter’s giant red spot is caused by xAsteroid impacts vA giant hurricane xMagnetic north pole xVoid of gas. Test question 11.2. The density distribution in Jupiter’s interior is determined by xGas supply from the Jovian volcano xCoverage by clouds

By molimo
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Quick Binder Check

Quick Binder Check

Quick Binder Check. Vocabulary. Nebular Theory The Solar System formed from a nebula. Recap. Nebula contracts due to gravity . Nebula begins to spin due to centripetal force and the center bulges. Gas and dust condensed to form planetesimals .

By nardo
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Astronomy :

Astronomy :

Astronomy :. Stars . What’s a Star ?? . Man has always lifted his head towards the black sky to observe it it was always fascinated by the stars that shine above him

By carol
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Searching for Kuiper Belt Objects

Searching for Kuiper Belt Objects

Searching for Kuiper Belt Objects. Deborah L. Hamm Mentors David Trilling, Cesar Fuentes, Michael Mommert , Paulo Penteado. Kuiper Belt Objects ( KBOs ). Rocky, icy bodies Located ~ 30-50 AU Remnants of the era of planet formation ~1000 known Only a few tens @ R > 24.

By nate
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Dead zones and the growth of giant planets

Dead zones and the growth of giant planets

Dead zones and the growth of giant planets. Ralph Pudritz (McMaster University) Soko Matsumura (Ph.D. McMaster; PDF Northwestern) Ed Thommes (CITA: Norwestern). Outline. 1. Planet formation – disks and gaps 2. Dead zones (DZs) 3. Gap opening masses in disks with DZs

By orsin
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The Future Development of Ground-Based Optical/IR Interferometry

The Future Development of Ground-Based Optical/IR Interferometry

The Future Development of Ground-Based Optical/IR Interferometry. Chris Haniff MRO & Astrophysics Group Cavendish Laboratory Cambridge UK. Outline. Where we are today: Radio vs Optical. Today’s implementations. Typical science. Current limitations: Critical shortcomings.

By marek
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Ge/Ay133

Ge/Ay133

Jovian planet formation. Core-accretion or gravitational instability?. Ge/Ay133. Properties of the Jovian Planets in the Solar System. P  r 2 for H 2 -He I/MR 2 =0.4 for a uniform sphere I/MR 2 =0.26 for P  r 2.

By butch
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Spitzer Constraints on Circumstellar Disk Evolution and Terrestrial Planet Formation

Spitzer Constraints on Circumstellar Disk Evolution and Terrestrial Planet Formation

Spitzer Constraints on Circumstellar Disk Evolution and Terrestrial Planet Formation. Thayne Currie (CfA) Collaborators: Scott Kenyon (CfA), George Rieke (UA), Charles Lada (CfA), Zoltan Balog (UA), Peter Plavchan (IPAC), Jesus Hernandez (UM).

By kiona
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Debris Disks around Nearby Stars

Debris Disks around Nearby Stars

Debris Disks around Nearby Stars. David J. Wilner (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA ). What are Debris Disks? dust requires replenishment Interest in Resolved Morphologies holes, blobs as planet signatures Imaging Examples: Vega, e Eridani, Fomalhaut, ... Future Prospects

By cili
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Astronomy190 - Topics in Astronomy

Astronomy190 - Topics in Astronomy

Astronomy190 - Topics in Astronomy. Astronomy and Astrobiology Lecture 4 : Astronomy Basics Ty Robinson. Questions of the Day. What does it mean to say that we are made of star stuff ? What are Kepler’s three laws? What is spectroscopy and how does it help us to learn about the Universe?.

By veta
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Sub-arcsecond FIR observatory: a science imperative

Sub-arcsecond FIR observatory: a science imperative

Sub-arcsecond FIR observatory: a science imperative. In the L2/L3 era, the FIR domain will present a severe gap in resolution and sensitivity between ALMA and JWST/E-ELT. The band maps on key tracers: dust continuum peak, and features tracing composition and formation.

By kolton
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WITNESSING PLANET FORMATION WITH ALMA AND THE ELTs

WITNESSING PLANET FORMATION WITH ALMA AND THE ELTs

WITNESSING PLANET FORMATION WITH ALMA AND THE ELTs. Transition disk. Typical SED of CTTS disk. Cieza et al. (2010).

By dyan
(90 views)

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