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Tuesday, July 09, 2013 EPOD APOD OPOD Astronomy Review

Tuesday, July 09, 2013 EPOD APOD OPOD Astronomy Review

Tuesday, July 09, 2013 EPOD APOD OPOD Astronomy Review. 1. Describe the 3 different types of galaxies – what type do we live in?. Spiral. Elliptical. 2. Elliptical galaxies —large, three-dimensional ellipses; *** most common shape ****.

By lyn
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Chapter 6 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond

Chapter 6 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond

Chapter 6 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond. The solar system exhibits clear patterns of composition and motion. These patterns are far more important and interesting than numbers, names, and other trivia. Planets are very tiny compared to distances between them. Sun.

By baakir
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Space exploration Project

Space exploration Project

Space exploration Project. BY Marcus Apelo -Cruz Bryan Souder Carlo C hiavacci. Big bang theory: the theory that purposes that the universe formed approximately 13.7 billion years ago when an unimaginable tiny volume of space suddenly an rapidly expanded to immense size.

By jewel
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Investigation 5, Part 7

Investigation 5, Part 7

Investigation 5, Part 7. Origin of the Moon. Warm up:. Write in your journals several ideas for where you think the Moon came from. We will share some of these with the class. Origin Theories . The Sisters Theory

By len-wade
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How did our Solar System Form?

How did our Solar System Form?

How did our Solar System Form?. By: Collin M. Panlilio and Ash Joshua P. Adeva. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a9/Planets2013.jpg. What is the Solar System?. http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2013/07/solar-system/img/02-solar-system-nice-model-990x743.jpg.

By octavia-gillespie
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Objectives

Objectives

Explain how the solar system formed. Describe early concepts of the structure of the solar system. Describe how our current knowledge of the solar system developed. Relate gravity to the motions of the objects in the solar system. Section 28.1. Objectives. Formation of the Solar System.

By charles-houston
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Chapter 28

Chapter 28

Chapter 28. Our Solar System. Our Solar System. Big Idea: Using the laws of motion and gravitation, astronomers can understand the orbits and the properties of the planets and other objects in the solar system. Our Solar System. 28.1 – Formation of the Solar System 28.2 – The Inner Planets

By jsharpe
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EARTH SCIENCE  SOL REVIEW

EARTH SCIENCE SOL REVIEW

EARTH SCIENCE SOL REVIEW. Concepts and Topics For Earth Science. Density. Density = M/V Units = g/ml or g/cm 3 To find the density of a rock Use a triple beam balance to find mass in grams Use water displacement to find the volume Calculation is mass divided by volume. Density (cont.).

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What is the nebular theory?

What is the nebular theory?

Any theory about the origin of the solar system must explain why all of the planets’ orbits lie more or less in a plane and all of the planets orbit the sun in the same direction. It must also explain the differences in size and composition between the terrestrial planets and the gas giants.

By joelmiller
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Week #7 Notes:

Week #7 Notes:

Week #7 Notes:. Our Solar System, Others, and the Sun. The Formation of the Solar System. How did the Earth and the rest of the Solar System form? We can accurately date the formation by studying the oldest objects we can find in the Solar System and allowing a little more time.

By stevenwatts
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