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The Origin of the Solar System

The Origin of the Solar System

The Origin of the Solar System. Lecture 13. Announcements. Homework 7 due now Homework 8 – Due Monday, March 26 Unit 32: RQ1, TY1, 3 Unit 33: RQ4, TY1, 2, 3 Unit 35: RQ4, TY1, 3 Unit 39: P3, TY1 Lab Wednesday will be off-campus for telescope observing.

By PamelaLan
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Retrograde Motion of Mars

Retrograde Motion of Mars

Retrograde Motion of Mars. Lab 6. Brief Overview of Mars. Best views of Mars are at opposition and when it is at perihelion – a favorable opposition – when it is about the size of a head at 1 mile (every 15 years) About 1.5 AU from the Sun Orbital period ~2 years (1.88 yrs)

By gitel
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Other “planets”

Other “planets”

Dimensions of the Solar System. Other “planets”. 1 Astronomical Unit = 1 AU = distance between the Sun and Earth = ~150 million km or 93 million miles. Masses of objects in the Solar System.

By chase
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The Solar System

The Solar System

The Solar System. 1 star 8 planets several dwarf planets many moons asteroids, comets, meteoroids. Formation of the Solar System. Any theory to describe the formation of our Solar System must be consistent with these facts:. 1. Each planet is isolated in space.

By thadeus
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Origin of the Solar System

Origin of the Solar System

Origin of the Solar System. Our theory must explain the data Large bodies in the Solar System have orderly motions. There are two types of planets. small, rocky terrestrial planets large, hydrogen-rich Jovian planets Asteroids & comets exist in certain regions of the Solar System

By minya
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Life in the Universe

Life in the Universe

Life in the Universe. Christopher W. Churchill (Penn State). An exercise in applied logic that cuts across every field of human knowledge…. Presented by. N = R * f p n e f l f i f c L. the number of civilization in the Galaxy that can communicate across stellar distances.

By adonica
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Jonathan Dickinson Astronomy Laboratory Sept. 9, 2002

Jonathan Dickinson Astronomy Laboratory Sept. 9, 2002

Geocentric versus Heliocentric. Or why the average 13 year-old is not really the center of the universe, I am. Jonathan Dickinson Astronomy Laboratory Sept. 9, 2002. You are here. http://www.courses.vcu.edu/PHYS-aab/PHYZ103/.

By guido
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Observing the Planets

Observing the Planets

Observing the Planets. Our Place in the Universe Imagine each star is a grain of sand…. All the visible stars would fill a thimble The 200 billion stars in the Milky Way Galaxy would be contained in a large wheelbarrow

By hertz
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1445 Introductory Astronomy I

1445 Introductory Astronomy I

1445 Introductory Astronomy I. Chapter 5a Planetary Systems R. S. Rubins Fall, 2010. Five Essential Things to do in Space 1. In an article published in Scientific American in 2007, George Musser lists the following goals for NASA.

By amable
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Today’s topics

Today’s topics

Today’s topics. Orbits Parallax Angular size and physical size Precession Reading sections 1.5, 2.6, 4.1-4.7. Motion of Mars on the Sky. Earth-Centered Model. Ptolemy (150 A.D.) introduced the idea of epicycles to explain the motion of the planets. Sun-Centered Model.

By rhoswen
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History of Modern Astronomy

History of Modern Astronomy

History of Modern Astronomy. Chapter 5. Topics. Major characters in the development of our understanding of the motions of planets. Kepler’s three laws of planetary motion Newton’s three laws of motion and the law of gravitation. A little drama. Characters in the great drama

By sandra_john
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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. Solar system . Question 1. How many planets are there in the solar system?. A Three B Six C Nine D Twelve. How many planets are there in the solar system?. A Three B Six C Nine D Twelve. £100. Question 2. Planets orbit . A the Sun

By aleda
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Through a Glass Darkly: Dark Energy and The Fate of the Universe

Through a Glass Darkly: Dark Energy and The Fate of the Universe

Through a Glass Darkly: Dark Energy and The Fate of the Universe. A Scientific History of the Creation of the Universe. What was the Universe like during its earliest moments? Brief description of the key eras since the Big Bang Note: Cosmology doesn’t address WHY creation occurs.

By tomai
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Lecture 6

Lecture 6

Lecture 6. ASTR 111 – Section 002. Ptolmey. Copernicus. Brahe. Kepler. Galileo (Galilei). Newton. Outline. Exam Results Finish Chapter 4 Kepler’s Laws Newton’s Laws. Exam Results - Average = 89%. Percent error in student’s guess of their score out of 100 – Average = -0.88.

By edie
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Gravitation Jeopardy

Gravitation Jeopardy

Gravitation Jeopardy. Part 1: Universal Law of Gravitation. 10 Points – ULG. State Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. Answer. Main. 10 Points Answer – ULG. Any two objects that have mass will be gravitationally attracted to each other. Question. Main. 20 Points - ULG.

By hamal
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Newtons First Law Newtons Second Law Newtons Third Law F=ma F= μmg F= μma F NET = F 1 + F 2 + F 3 … F fr F drag F

Newtons First Law Newtons Second Law Newtons Third Law F=ma F= μmg F= μma F NET = F 1 + F 2 + F 3 … F fr F drag F

Newtons First Law Newtons Second Law Newtons Third Law F=ma F= μmg F= μma F NET = F 1 + F 2 + F 3 … F fr F drag F app Force Tension Gravity Acceleration Coefficient of Drag/Friction. Gravitation & Kepler’s Laws. Kepler’s Laws.

By rosie
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11 th grade Physical Science Chapter 4 Notes

11 th grade Physical Science Chapter 4 Notes

11 th grade Physical Science Chapter 4 Notes. Section 1: Atomic Structure Section 2: A Guided Tour of the Periodic Table Section 3: Families of Elements Section 4: Using Moles to Count Atoms. Objectives:

By luyu
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Design Principles

Design Principles

Design Principles . By: Kimberly Fletcher. Proximity. Contrast. Four Design Principles. References. Repetition. Alignment. Ex. 3. Ex. 1. Ex. 2. Contrast. Contrast adds visual interest to your document through: color, images, fonts, and size.

By edward
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Chapter 7 Our Planetary System

Chapter 7 Our Planetary System

Chapter 7 Our Planetary System. Earth, as viewed by the Voyager spacecraft. 7.1 Studying the Solar System. Our goals for learning What does the solar system look like? What can we learn by comparing the planets to one another? What are the major features of the Sun and planets?.

By ted
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Atomic History

Atomic History

Atomic History. How do we know all this stuff anyway?. If atoms are too small to see…. There are between 100 billion and 400 billion stars in our galaxy. About 6,000,000,000 (6 billion) people live on the earth. About 300,000,000 (300 million) people live in the USA.

By terah
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