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Supernova

Supernova

Supernova. Ethan Fukuda Cody Tamura Period 1. What is a supernova?. An exploding star reaching the end of its life They emit more energy than the sun will in its lifetime The blast is so bright, it will often outshine a galaxy for up to a couple of months. What is a supernova?.

By nituna
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Protostars, nebulas and Brown dwarfs

Protostars, nebulas and Brown dwarfs

Protostars, nebulas and Brown dwarfs. Just before you meet with your black hole partner let’s talk a little more about protostars and star formation, use the following to enrich your posters on star formation.

By chipo
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Hurricanes

Hurricanes

Hurricanes. How mother nature proves she’s the boss! Caleb demery. Hurricanes.

By astra
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The Sun

The Sun

The Sun. By: Miss Kay. The Sun. The Sun is the star at the center of our solar system and is responsible for the Earth’s climate and weather. The sun and its atmosphere are divided into several zones and layers:

By irma
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Your Place In Space

Your Place In Space

Your Place In Space. Created by Dr. A. Davila. The Milky Way galaxy is the spiral galaxy we call home, as do roughly 100 billion other stars

By chavez
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Wednesday February 22, 2012

Wednesday February 22, 2012

Wednesday February 22, 2012. (Lab – Metamorphic Rocks). The Launch Pad Wednesday, 2/22/12. Name the following metamorphic rocks. slate. phyllite. schist. gneiss. foliated - layered or banded appearance. anthracite. marble. quartzite. nonfoliated – not layered or banded. Announcements.

By palmer
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THE LIFE CYCLE OF A STAR

THE LIFE CYCLE OF A STAR

THE LIFE CYCLE OF A STAR. By: Ben Werner. NEBULAE . Nebulae are clouds of gas and dust that are the beginning of all stars. Nebulae are mainly made of hydrogen. W hen the cloud gets big enough its own gravity draws all the hydrogen together to fuse into helium and then. STARS.

By fausto
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Earth

Earth

Earth. By William Bayagna. Topics. Basic Facts Name and History Parts Chemical Compisition Atmosphere Tectonic Plate’s Motion Magnetic Field Life factors. Basic Facts about Earth. 3rd planet 7.1 billion 149,600,000 km – orbit 12,756.3 km - diameter  5.9736 x 10 24 kg. or

By avidan
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Mars

Mars

Mars. By: Manuel Da Silva, Ashley Moses, Meghan Caffrey , Connor Jones. Basic Properties. Mars Is Terrestrial Axial tilt of 25.19 degrees Rotation: Counterclockwise Length of day: 24 hours 39 minutes and 35 seconds Length of year: 687 days. Basic Properties Con’t.

By lanai
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Saturn

Saturn

Saturn. Vote for Saturn, it has a ring to it!. By: Helen, Alena, Meredith, & Macayla. Saturn’s name. Saturday is named after Saturn. Saturn is named after Saturnus the roman god of capitol, generation, dissolution, plenty, wealth, agriculture, periodic renewal, liberation, and time.

By booth
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Created by: Andrew Szambelan , Zac Disher , Arthur Kilbacock

Created by: Andrew Szambelan , Zac Disher , Arthur Kilbacock

Mars. Created by: Andrew Szambelan , Zac Disher , Arthur Kilbacock. Basic Properties/Statistics. Terrestrial planet Tilt: 25.19 degrees, Earth’s tilt is 23.5 degrees, thus meaning the two planets have similar seasons Direction of rotation on its axis- West to East, Counter Clockwise

By lainey
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Mars

Mars

Mars. Ben Deck, Matthew Gorst , Mollie Gulley, and Megan Fadem. Basic Properties. It is a Terrestrial planet Tilt 25% Turns counter-clock wise Length of Day= 24 hours and 37 min Length of Year= 687 Earth Days The distance from Mars to the Sun is 141,600,000 miles

By york
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Uranus

Uranus

Jongko , Jeremy B, Noah J. Uranus. Uranus. Jovian-planet Ice giant Atmosphere is lightly composed of hydrogen and helium Core is very rocky Discovered by Herschel. Basic properties. Tilt: 97.77 degrees Direction of rotation: Length of Day: 17 hours and 14 minutes

By otis
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Lunar Eclipse

Lunar Eclipse

Lunar Eclipse. Chapter 3 from book. Objectives. To be able to describe the phenomenon of how a lunar eclipse occurs. To be able to apply what they already know about the moons orbit to this “special case.”

By tara
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Star Constellations

Star Constellations

Star Constellations. j oin us on a trip into space!. a guide to our constellations in space. Resources: http://stardate.org/astro-guide/gallery/shielding-hunter http://stardate.org/ http://my.execpc.com/60/B3/culp/astronomy/Winter/Bears.html

By sezja
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Exploring Uranus

Exploring Uranus

Exploring Uranus. By: Evan Greenberg, Paul Szabo , Alex Nagel, and Forrest Montet. Discovery of Uranus. Uranus was initially discovered by William Herschel on March 13, 1781.

By teo
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Polymers

Polymers

Polymers. (9.3 ) By: Joey Coughlin & Madison Jeffers. Polymers. A polymers is a larger molecule that forms when many smaller molecules are linked together by covalent bonds . Poly means “many.” DNA is a type of polymer. . Types of Polymers. Synthetic Polymers.

By ophrah
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MOON PHASES

MOON PHASES

MOON PHASES. By:Kim.

By thelma
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Th e Bi g Bang

Th e Bi g Bang

Th e Bi g Bang. D r . Mike MacCallum Long Beach City College mmaccallu m @lbcc.edu. Astrono m y Pictur e o f th e D a y. http://apod.na s a.gov/apod/. ✤. Astronome r o f th e W eek. Alan H. Guth. ✤.

By tess
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EarthKAM Project

EarthKAM Project

EarthKAM Project. By Nicholas Emken 5 Period. Favorite Picture. Storm System. Illinois. Chicago Suburbs. Downtown Chicago. Lake Michigan. Frankfurt, Germany . 49°93’ N, 8°77’ W . Seligenstadt. Zeppelin Museum. River Maine. Altocumulus Clouds. Europaturm. Frankfurt. Europaturm.

By gilon
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