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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 33 pages long!)

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1 Dec 2017
Asta(cid:1004)(cid:1005) lecture (cid:1006: all around the world, ancient cultures celebrated heroes, gods, and mythical beasts by naming groups of sta
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

[ASTA01H3] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (101 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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UTSCASTA01H3LowmanFall

the mnemonic stuff of the final exam

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13 Dec 2011
Jupiter must have a rocky-type core about 10 earth mass. Stable flow underlies zones and bands called zonal flow. The right wind with respect to the in
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UTSCASTA01H3LowmanFall

saturn chapter12

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19 Dec 2011
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UTSCASTA01H3Parandis TajbakhshFall

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Memory Stick, Escape Velocity, Apsis

6 Page
30 Nov 2015
1 au = 150, 000, 000 km o: 1 ly = 63, 000 au. Distance = speed x time t = [7. 4x1011 m / 3x108 m/s] / 60. Apparent magnitude: the apparent brightness o
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UTSCASTA01H3allSpring

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Planetary System, Agoo, Cloud Condensation Nuclei

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25 Oct 2014
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UTSCASTA01H3LowmanFall

chapter 13

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19 Dec 2011
Weather y uranus has differential rotations as well y neptune s upper layer atmosphere is slightly warmer than uranus y neptune has an internal source
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Angular Diameter, Light-Year, Celestial Equator

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17 Feb 2015
An asteroid has an aphelion distance of 4. 6 a. u. and a perihelion distance of 1. 8 a. u. An asteroid has a perihelion distance of 2. 0 au and an aphe
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Planetesimal, Curve, Lunar Eclipse

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17 Feb 2015
Spiral arms extend from the center to the edge of the disk of spiral galaxies constellation: one of the stellar patterns identified by name, usually of
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UTSCASTA01H3briggsFall

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20 Oct 2014
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UTSCSpring

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26 Mar
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UTSCFall

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Scantron Corporation, Perfect Competition, Advantageous

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23 Feb 2020
Instructions: on the scantron answer sheet, you must. Print your student number: on the scantron answer sheet, you must. Fill in all the appropriate bu
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UTSCFall

MGTA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Scantron Corporation, Monopolistic Competition, Government Spending

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23 Feb 2020
Instructions: on the scantron answer sheet, you must. Print your student number: on the scantron answer sheet, you must. Fill in all the appropriate bu
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UTSCWinter

CHMA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Pearson Education, Sodium Bicarbonate, Formaldehyde

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22 Jan 2020
Multiple choice questions: identify the acid that is in car batteries, h2so4, hno3, h2co3, ch3cooh, hf. Diff: 1 page ref: 15. 2: identify the acid that
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UTSCWinter

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22 Jan 2020
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UTSCWinter

MGTA02H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fixed Cost, Personal Selling, Sales Promotion

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7 Jan 2020
Susan wants to start a business which creates specialty stuffed animals ( stuffies") for adults. She thinks that a more sophisticated stuffy would sell
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UTSCFall

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3 Dec 2019
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UTSCFall

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19 Nov 2019
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UTSCFall

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19 Nov 2019
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UTSCFall

MATA37H3 Lecture 4: Feb 4

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19 Nov 2019
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Observable Universe, Milky Way, Cosmic Calendar

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14 Oct 2016
Asta01-chapter 1: the scale of the cosmos: space and time. 1. 1 from solar system to galaxy to universe. Lecture 01: astronomy is more than the study o
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: International Astronomical Union, Star Catalogue, Constellation

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24 Nov 2016
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Comet Nucleus, Hubble Space Telescope, Solar Wind

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24 Nov 2016
Hu(cid:373)a(cid:374)s ha(cid:448)e i(cid:374)ha(cid:271)ited the sola(cid:396) s(cid:455)ste(cid:373) fo(cid:396) at least a (cid:373)illio(cid:374) (
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Edwin Hubble, Barred Spiral Galaxy, Particle Accelerator

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14 Dec 2016
Chapter 1 the scale of the cosmos: space and time. Cern is the home of the large hadron collider, the largest particle accelerator in operation today,
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Axial Tilt, Libration, Angular Diameter

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14 Oct 2016
Asta01- chapter 2 user"s guide to the sky: patterns and cycles. Lecture 03: more than 2100 years ago, astronomer hipparchus compared a few of his star
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Exoplanet, Zircon, Zodiacal Light

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14 Dec 2016
Chapter 12: the origin of the solar system. The history of the atoms in your body. By the time the universe was three minutes old, the protons, neutron
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cern, Particle Accelerator, Eurasian Plate

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24 Nov 2016
You a(cid:396)e a(cid:271)out to go o(cid:374) a (cid:448)o(cid:455)age to the li(cid:373)its of the k(cid:374)o(cid:449)(cid:374) u(cid:374)i(cid:448)
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Geology Of The Moon, Anorthosite, The Moons

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24 Nov 2016
A(cid:373)e(cid:396)i(cid:272)a(cid:374) neil a(cid:396)(cid:373)st(cid:396)o(cid:374)g i(cid:374) (cid:1005)(cid:1013)(cid:1010)(cid:1013) (cid:396)es
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UTSCASTA01H3Parandis TajbakhshFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Great Dark Spot, Kuiper Belt, Axial Tilt

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12 Dec 2017
Uranus and neptune are ice giants, with small cores of heavy elements and a deep mantle of solid water, mixed with ices and minerals. The particular bl
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

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7 Nov 2017
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter One Review: Charting the Heavens

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16 Apr 2011
I ntro to astronomy and astro part i.  universe: the totality of space, time, matter, and energy. Light-year: a unit for measuring distance, the dista
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Two Review: The Copernican Revolution

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16 Apr 2011
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Fourteen Review: Solar System Debris

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16 Apr 2011
I ntro to astronomy and astrology part i.  asteroids are relatively small, predominantly rocky objects that revolve around the. Few asteroids are larg
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

ASTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Molecular Vibration, Photon, Thermometer

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16 Apr 2011
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UTSCASTA01H3LowmanFall

jupiter chapter 11

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19 Dec 2011
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

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16 Apr 2011
3. 1 i n fo r ma t ion f rom the sk ies.  we use the laws of physics as we know them here on earth to interpret the electromagnetic radiation emitted
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Eleven Review: Jupiter

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16 Apr 2011
I ntro to astronomy and astrology part i. In contrast to the terrestrial planets, jupiter has many moons that vary greatly in size and other properties
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Twelve Review: Saturn

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16 Apr 2011
I ntro to astronomy and astrology part i. Less than a third of the size of jupiter.  composed primarily of hydrogen and helium like jupiter: saturn"s
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Seven Review: Earth

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16 Apr 2011
I ntro to astronomy and astro part i.  earth"s radius is about 6400km: dividing these together, we find that earth"s average density is 5500 kg/. 
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UTSCASTA01H3LowmanFall

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19 Dec 2011
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UTSCASTA01H3Parandis TajbakhshFall

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Memory Stick, Escape Velocity, Apsis

6 Page
30 Nov 2015
1 au = 150, 000, 000 km o: 1 ly = 63, 000 au. Distance = speed x time t = [7. 4x1011 m / 3x108 m/s] / 60. Apparent magnitude: the apparent brightness o
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Angular Diameter, Light-Year, Celestial Equator

1 Page
17 Feb 2015
An asteroid has an aphelion distance of 4. 6 a. u. and a perihelion distance of 1. 8 a. u. An asteroid has a perihelion distance of 2. 0 au and an aphe
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

[ASTA01H3] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (101 pages long!)

101 Page
29 Nov 2016
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 33 pages long!)

33 Page
1 Dec 2017
Asta(cid:1004)(cid:1005) lecture (cid:1006: all around the world, ancient cultures celebrated heroes, gods, and mythical beasts by naming groups of sta
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Planetesimal, Curve, Lunar Eclipse

2 Page
17 Feb 2015
Spiral arms extend from the center to the edge of the disk of spiral galaxies constellation: one of the stellar patterns identified by name, usually of
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UTSCASTA01H3allSpring

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Planetary System, Agoo, Cloud Condensation Nuclei

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25 Oct 2014
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouWinter

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Exoplanet, Nuclear Fission, Meteoroid

2 Page
9 Feb 2018
3 3: comparison of star brightness, volume of sphere: = 4, density: = 3 , m = apparent magnitude, i = flux: 1 2= 2. 5 10(cid:4666) 1. 2= 10 0. 4(cid:46
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Observable Universe, Milky Way, Cosmic Calendar

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14 Oct 2016
Asta01-chapter 1: the scale of the cosmos: space and time. 1. 1 from solar system to galaxy to universe. Lecture 01: astronomy is more than the study o
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UTSCASTA01H3Parandis TajbakhshFall

ASTA01H3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Orbital Node, Deferent And Epicycle, Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes

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9 Nov 2017
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UTSCASTA01H3LowmanSummer

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18 Mar 2012
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Barred Spiral Galaxy, Observable Universe

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21 Oct 2019
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture 1: ASTA01 LECTURE 1 NOTES

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21 Oct 2019
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Solar Wind, The Moons

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21 Oct 2019
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Celestial Equator, Tropical Year, Right Ascension

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21 Oct 2019
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Crab Nebula, Earth'S Rotation

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21 Oct 2019
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UTSCASTA01H3Kristen MenouFall

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sidereus Nuncius, Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes, Galilean Moons

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21 Oct 2019
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UTSCASTA01H3Pawel ArtymowiczSummer

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Axial Tilt, Pioneer 11, Escape Velocity

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22 Aug 2019
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UTSCASTA01H3Pawel ArtymowiczSummer

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Turbofan, No Air, Avro Lancaster

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22 Aug 2019
No hovering (there"s only one military jet that actually does that) Gravity pulls down, but if we also move horizontally, we get further. But air"s a b
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UTSCASTA01H3Pawel ArtymowiczSummer

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Clyde Tombaugh, Lowell Observatory, Blink Comparator

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22 Aug 2019
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UTSCASTA01H3Pawel ArtymowiczSummer

ASTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Mercury-Redstone 4, Wally Schirra, Alan Shepard

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22 Aug 2019
President eisenhower says that you can"t have some random person, we need to. 1958 meeting use a military fighter pilot. (known man, very experienced,
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