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Exploring our Solar System

Exploring our Solar System

Exploring our Solar System. Technician’s List. Circular Motion Demos:- Penny and Hanger kit Whirling water bucket demo with special platform and plastic beaker OPTIONAL:- Sparkler in a drill Demo. Solar System Model ( orrey ). Exploring our Solar System Learning Outcomes.

By niveditha
(1393 views)

Day #3--Galaxies

Day #3--Galaxies

Day #3--Galaxies. Cosmic Zoom. Image from Hubble Telescope. Galaxy ( Brainpop ). a large group of gas, dust, and millions of stars. 3 main shapes :. SPIRAL— most galaxies Elliptical — older stars Irregular-- younger. The Milky Way-- Brainpop.

By emily
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The Milky Way Galaxy and Hubble’s Law

The Milky Way Galaxy and Hubble’s Law

The Milky Way Galaxy and Hubble’s Law Messier Catalogue Messier Catalogue Charles Messier made the first catalog of non-stellar “fuzzy” objects during the 1770's. He made a list of 109 such objects that he did not want to mistake for comets .

By jacob
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Where is this?

Where is this?

Where is this?. ASTRONOMY 8850: Planetary Sciences. Why Science s ?. How to do well in Planetary Sciences. 1. show up to class … on time 2. participate in class 3. get/borrow the book Planetary Sciences by de Pater and Lissauer 4. find course website: www.astro.gsu.edu/~thenry/PLANETS

By jaden
(198 views)

The Solar System

The Solar System

The Solar System Grade Level 3 FUN FACTS! All the solar system facts provided in this power point are provided by NASA Office of Space Science Visit them @ http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/features/planets_profiles.html Today’s Objective:

By liam
(357 views)

Guided Notes on Our Solar System

Guided Notes on Our Solar System

Guided Notes on Our Solar System. Chapter 29, Section 1 and Chapter 29, Section 4. In 1543, Copernicus suggested that the Sun was the center of the Solar System . This is known as the heliocentric model of the solar system.

By lotus
(475 views)

Space Exploration

Space Exploration

Solar System Self Check Space Shuttles Neil Armstrong Space Exploration Neil Armstrong Solar System Self Check Space Shuttles Neil Armstrong

By jaden
(395 views)

Exploration Technology Development Program’s Radiation Hardened Electronics for Space Environments (RHESE)

Exploration Technology Development Program’s Radiation Hardened Electronics for Space Environments (RHESE)

Fault-Tolerant Spaceborne Computing Employing New Technologies 2008 Exploration Technology Development Program’s Radiation Hardened Electronics for Space Environments (RHESE) Andrew S. Keys, James H. Adams, Ronald C. Darty, and Marshall C. Patrick

By libitha
(259 views)

Primordial Sound: Listening to the Big Bang

Primordial Sound: Listening to the Big Bang

Primordial Sound: Listening to the Big Bang Mark Whittle University of Virginia Outline Our Universe & the Big Bang The Microwave Background Sound in the early universe The birth of the first stars and galaxies In the beginning: quantum hiss The Sun: A Normal Star

By Faraday
(356 views)

The Solar System Diane Vizzard Franklin Elementary

The Solar System Diane Vizzard Franklin Elementary

The Solar System Diane Vizzard Franklin Elementary At the center of our solar system is the sun. Nine planets orbit the sun.

By elina
(384 views)

The Formation of the Solar System

The Formation of the Solar System

The Formation of the Solar System.

By jacob
(307 views)

Searching for Extraterrestrial Civilizations

Searching for Extraterrestrial Civilizations

Searching for Extraterrestrial Civilizations The Drake Equation In 1961, Frank Drake synthesized an equation to estimate the number of civilizations currently communicating in our Galaxy. N civil = N *  f p  n p  f l  f i  f c  f L where

By paul
(319 views)

Physics 121

Physics 121

Physics 121 Topics: Course announcements Friction: Drag forces Gravitation: The force of gravity Motion of satellites Kepler’s Laws Physics 121 Course Announcements Midterm 1 Feb 17 Cheat Sheet (1 page) – no cheating (automatic zero for exam) Calculator, but no laptops

By Olivia
(426 views)

Feng Shui

Feng Shui

Feng Shui. Sam Berger Jesse McKinney. Feng Shui Defined. Wind & Water An ancient Chinese philosophy concerned with living in harmony with the environment instead of against it Can be applied to analyze the energy of a city, state, country or even a classroom. Classical Feng Shui.

By elina
(480 views)

How do we know that Earth is geologically active?

How do we know that Earth is geologically active?

How do we know that Earth is geologically active?. Volcanoes Seismology Measuring the temperature inside All of the above 1 and 2. How does the cooling of planets and potatoes vary with size?. Larger makes it harder for heat from inside to escape

By Jeffrey
(646 views)

Astrophysics 2: Stellar and Circumstellar Physics

Astrophysics 2: Stellar and Circumstellar Physics

Astrophysics 2: Stellar and Circumstellar Physics. 4. Stellar Winds (1). http://www.arc.hokkai-s-u.ac.jp/ ~okazaki/astrophys-2/. 4.1.1 Solar wind. 4.1 Observations of stellar winds. Radiative core Convective envelope, where dynamo process is going on

By victoria
(345 views)

The Hidden Lives of Galaxies

The Hidden Lives of Galaxies

The Hidden Lives of Galaxies. Jim Lochner, USRA & NASA/GSFC. What is a Galaxy ?. Solar System. Distance from Earth to Sun = 93,000,000 miles = 8 light-minutes. Size of Solar System = 5.5 light-hours. What is a Galaxy?. Stellar Region. Sun (solar system

By sandra_john
(435 views)

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
(473 views)

Astronomy

Astronomy

Astronomy. Earth Science R. I. What is Astronomy?. Astronomy is the study of the Universe. A. Astronomical Measures. Long distances exist in space and are measured in Light Years.

By ryanadan
(317 views)

Angles

Angles

R. S. Angles. Angle  is the ratio of two lengths: R: physical distance between observer and objects [km] S: physical distance along the arc between 2 objects Lengths are measured in same “units” (e.g., kilometers)

By Ava
(276 views)

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