Chapter 4 Gravitation and the Waltz of the Planets. The important concepts of Chapter 4 pertain to orbital motion of two (or more) bodies, central forces, and the nature of orbits.By garima
Do Now (on a new sheet please):. What net force must act on a 5 kg mass that is moving at a constant speed of 4 m/s around a circle with a radius of 2 m?. Objective/Homework. Objective: Homework: Circular Motion – due Tuesday 12/14 Quiz: Circular Motion – Tuesday 12/14By dillan
Relative sizes of planets, Main Sequence stars, and Giant stars. M6V G2V A1V. A1V K0III K1.5III K5III. K5III B8Iab M1.51ab M2Iab. M2Iab M2Ia M2Iab M5eIa. Clicker Question #1.By megan-hinton
PHYS 110. Introductory Astronomy Instructor: Dr. Richard Bowman. Moon and Mars passed near each other in our sky (5/31) Auroras seen as far south as Nashville, TN, USA (5/15). Astronomy In The News. Source: Larry Koehn. More Astronomy In The News.By peter-pickett
East Penn Planetarium Presents: Exoplanets. Exoplanet (Extra solar)- Any planet orbiting around another star other than our sun. Current count= 528+. OUR SOLAR SYSTEM. Make-Make. Hamuea. Gliese 581 red dwarf star 20.4 light years away from Earth. Apparent magnitude 10.56By johnathan-kayden
A Planet Orbiting Two Suns. About 1000 planets have been discovered outside our own solar system But do planets form only around single stars? About half of all stars form in groups of two or more.By egrantham
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