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A Planetary Overview

A Planetary Overview

A Planetary Overview. A Planetary Overview Comparative Planetology. In this chapter we wish to look at the solar system as whole and compare the worlds to each other, seeking to understand their similarities and differences – comparative planetology

By Angelica
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© 2005 Pearson Prentice Hall

© 2005 Pearson Prentice Hall

Lecture PowerPoint Chapter 6 Astronomy Today, 5 th edition Chaisson McMillan. © 2005 Pearson Prentice Hall

By Jeffrey
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Solar System Formation

Solar System Formation

Solar System Formation. This is a nebula. This is where stars are forming. . These are little solar nebulae!. Proto-sun and accretion disk. Accretion. Dus grains stick together through electricity to form planetessimals.

By nedra
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3-6 Asteroids

3-6 Asteroids

3-6 Asteroids. Jupiter. Asteroid belt. Earth. Asteroids: rocky or metallic. They contain little volatile (i.e. easily evaporated) material. Gaspara. Ida and its satellite Dactyl. Belt asteroids – by Galileo spacecraft. They differ from planets by their size.

By zea
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Spectroscopy / Review . Outline. Test Wednesday Spectroscopy Check posted grades!. Misc. If you received a C- or below (or any grade you have questions about) for your mid-term grade, please come by my office to discuss your situation. Lab notes. No Inside lab this week

By stuart
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How did the Solar System form?

How did the Solar System form?

How did the Solar System form?. 3. What are the broad general characteristics or physical features of our Solar System and how do they illuminate Solar System formation?. How did the Solar System form?. 4. How did the terrestrial planets form and why is the Solar System differentiated? .

By Rita
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EART160 Planetary Sciences

EART160 Planetary Sciences

EART160 Planetary Sciences. Francis Nimmo. Last Week. Volcanism happens because of higher temperatures, reduced pressure or lowered solidus Conductive cooling time t = d 2 / k Planetary cooling leads to compression Elastic materials s = E e.

By kato
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The Sun and the Origin of the Solar System

The Sun and the Origin of the Solar System

The Sun and the Origin of the Solar System. Mid-sized, G-type main sequence star Distance: 1 AU = 150 million km away Size: Actual radius 700,000 km = 100 Earths Temperature, Luminosity (surface) T = 6000 K http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/videogallery/index.html.

By ambrose
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Overview of the Solar System

Overview of the Solar System

Overview of the Solar System. The solar system consists of the Sun, eight known planets (+ Pluto!), many satellites of the planets, and a large number of interplanetary bodies (comets, asteroids, meteoroids, interplanetary dust particles)

By bob
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Chapter 8 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond

Chapter 8 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond

Chapter 8 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond. Where did the solar system come from?. According to the nebular theory, our solar system formed from a giant cloud of interstellar gas. ( nebula = cloud). Evidence from Other Gas Clouds.

By woods
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Chapter 6 The Solar System: Comparative Planetology 1

Chapter 6 The Solar System: Comparative Planetology 1

Chapter 6 The Solar System: Comparative Planetology 1. Learning Goals. What is comparative planetology ? Describe the scale & structure of our solar sytem Summarize the basic differences between the terrestrial & jovian planets

By monifa
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EART160 Planetary Sciences

EART160 Planetary Sciences

EART160 Planetary Sciences. Francis Nimmo. Last Week - Volcanism. How and why are melts generated? Increase in mantle potential temperature; or Reduction in solidus temperature (e.g. water); or Thinning of the lithosphere How do melts ascend towards the surface?

By chelsi
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Solar System Dynamics

Solar System Dynamics

Solar System Dynamics. Instructor Alice Quillen Seminar class AST570 TR12:30-1:45pm B+L315 http://astro.pas.rochester.edu/~aquillen/ast570/ Dynamics of circumstellar disks, planetary systems, solar system formation and evolution, exoplanets Overlap with Galactic Dynamics

By hea
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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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Solar System Formation

Solar System Formation

Solar System Formation. The processes by which stars and planets form are active areas of research in modern astrophysics The formation of our own solar system is central to the first half of our course, and important to the second half as well when we study the formation of stars.

By tomai
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Rocks Older Than Solar System By Paul Nethercott Creation Ministries International April 2013

Rocks Older Than Solar System By Paul Nethercott Creation Ministries International April 2013

Rocks Older Than Solar System By Paul Nethercott Creation Ministries International April 2013. www.creation.com. Introduction How reliable is radiometric dating? We are repeatedly told that it proves the Earth to be billions of years

By claire
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Test question 7.1

Test question 7.1

Test question 7.1. In the solar system, the temperature difference between terrestrial planets and gas giants is due to vTheir distance from the sun, xThe number of their moons xThe length of their days xTilt of their spin. Test question 7.2.

By liang
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Asteroids Comets Meteor Showers (Meteorites – we’ll skip)

Asteroids Comets Meteor Showers (Meteorites – we’ll skip)

Asteroids Comets Meteor Showers (Meteorites – we’ll skip). Asteroids. After discovery of Uranus, astronomers wondered if there were other "unknown" planets - anything between Mars and Jupiter? Major motivation was the Titius-Bode Law. Titius-Bode law.

By alayna
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The Mythology Of Modern Dating By Paul Nethercott Creation Ministries International June 2014

The Mythology Of Modern Dating By Paul Nethercott Creation Ministries International June 2014

The Mythology Of Modern Dating By Paul Nethercott Creation Ministries International June 2014. www.creation.com. Introduction How reliable is radiometric dating? We are repeatedly told that it proves the Earth to be billions of years

By charis
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Solar System is born!

Solar System is born!

Solar System is born!. Chapter 15.1 (pages 394-397). Review from Yesterday:. Gravity : What two things effect gravity? Mass and weight: What are they? How are they measured? What are their units? How are they all connected?. Key concepts:.

By edward
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