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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Sun, Earth, Orbit

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Part of the summer triangle, with denab and altair. Jupiter, saturn, uranus, neptune, earth, venus, mars, mercury, moon, pluto. Pluto is not considered
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Photon, Table Tennis, Chemical Bond

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Star: a spherical object that generates energy through nuclear fusion (h -> he) Stars twinkle, planets do not (atmospheric turbulence) When looking at
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Sun, Solar System, Orbit

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Zodiacal light: leftover material from when our planets formed. Planets do not twinkle (ray of light that is like a disc) Know simple squares and inver
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Sun, Gravity, Earth

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As the earth orbits the sun, the moon orbits around the earth, completing one loop roughly every four weeks. At any point in its orbit, half of the moo
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert Cockcroft

Astronomy 1021- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 49 pages long!)

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>the bigger the diameter of the lens, the greater chance of collecting photons. >when dealing with diameter, think of area ex with lc: 16/4 = 4 -> 4^2
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Sun, Solar System, Orbit

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Zodiacal light: leftover material from when our planets formed. Planets do not twinkle (ray of light that is like a disc) Know simple squares and inver
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Celestial Equator, March Equinox, Ganymede (Moon)

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September 13, 2016: egyptians could see 5 planets with the naked eye, names of stars/planets came from early times. Cygnus latin word for swan & named
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Sun, Earth, Orbit

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Midterm in november and february, no exam in december but there is a final exam in april. Need above 50% in the class and at least 50% on exam. Flying
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert Cockcroft

Astronomy 1021- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 14 pages long!)

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Stars will blow much of their content back out into space: supernovae, galaxies function as cosmic recycling plants. The early universe contained of hy
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Moon, Zodiac, Volatiles

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Astronomy 2021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Apparent Retrograde Motion, Nicolaus Copernicus, Astronomical Object

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The possibility of extraterrestrial life was first considered: after the invention of the telescope, only during the past few decades, at the turn of t
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Astronomy 2021A/B Lecture 2: UnitQuiz-2

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WESTERNAstronomy 2022A/BPeter FrankWinter

Astronomy 2022A/B Lecture 3: 2650_hw_3

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N. b. , please type your prose answers in the following format: doubled-spaced, times new. Mozart, string quartet in d minor, k. 421, i: provide a form
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WESTERNAstronomy 2022A/BPeter FrankWinter

Astronomy 2022A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hoboken Catalogue

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Score on the p. 2: provide a form-functional analysis of mm. This includes applying formal labels (e. g. , bi, ci, presentation, consequent, a, digress
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WESTERNAstronomy 2022A/BPeter FrankWinter

Astronomy 2022A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hoboken Catalogue, Roman Numerals, Binary Form

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Sonata form (exposition and recapitulation) and rondo form: franck. Answer questions 1-2 based upon haydn, piano sonata in e minor, hob. Xvi: 47, ii (s
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WESTERNAstronomy 2022A/BPeter FrankWinter

Astronomy 2022A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Times New Roman, Roman Numerals, Melatonin Receptor 1A

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41 in g major, k. 551, jupiter, i (score available on owl in hw_4 folder: franck. Please type your answers, double-spaced and in times new roman font (
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Physics 1028A/B Midterm: Physics1028 Practice Midterm Exam

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WESTERNPhysics 1029A/BEugene WongWinter

Physics 1029A/B Final: Physics1029 Practice Final Exam Answers

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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Orbital Period, Geocentric Model, 2M1207

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Earth is no longer flat: 16th century. Geocentrism is no longer true: mid 18th century. Sun is no longer the centre of the galaxy: early 20th century.
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Nucleosynthesis, Photosphere, Structure Formation

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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert Cockcroft

Astronomy 1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Metallic Hydrogen, Liquid Hydrogen, Solid Hydrogen

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What planets need to have in order for their to be life: water, oxygen, ozone. Differences of these planets from terrestrial planets: No surface to lan
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert Cockcroft

Astronomy 1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Inverse-Square Law, Deuterium, Cosmological Constant

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Cdm model: lambda ( ) stands for dark energy , cdm stands for cold dark matter . Components of the universe: normal matter: ~ 4. 6, dark matter: ~ 24,
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Red Dwarf, Scientific Method

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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hubble Deep Field, List Of Largest Galaxies, Observable Universe

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Star: a spherical object that generates energy through nuclear fusion (h -> he) Stars twinkle, planets do not (atmospheric turbulence) When looking at
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Solar Wind, Planetary Migration, Nasa Exoplanet Archive

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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Lecture 15: Nov 1 - Astronomy (Beginning of Term Two) ** LOTS OF GRAPHICS

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Constellation of the week: cepheus: (cid:862)house(cid:863) shape, greek mythology: King of ancient aethiopia, husband of cassiopeia and father of. Sol
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftFall

Astronomy 1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Cyanoacrylate, Nuclear Fission, Nuclear Reaction

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The sun is an amazing source of power: the su(cid:374)"s total po(cid:449)er output called luminosity is huge, about 3. 8 x. 1026 watts: in perspective
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WESTERNASTR 1021Robert CockcroftWinter

Astronomy 1021 Lecture 6: Astronomy - Chapter 6

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Describe basic factors about the solar system: constituents and their orbits, mass, location in the milky way, how it is measured. Three techniques are
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WESTERNASTR 1021Margaret Campbell- BrownFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Extremely High Frequency, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Incandescent Light Bulb

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Newton showed that: the rainbow from the light-prism experiment comes from the light, meaning white light is a mix of all the colors of the rainbow. Vi
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WESTERNASTR 1021Margaret Campbell- BrownFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ecliptic, Big Bang, Office Of Gas And Electricity Markets

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Astronomy 1021: chapter 1 a modern view of the universe. 1. 1 the scale of the universe geocentric: a belief in an earth-centered universe, usually hel
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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Chapter 14 Cosmic Perspective Summary

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Chapter 9 Cosmic Perspective Summary

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Chapter 4 Cosmic Perspective Summary

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Chapter 18 Summary Cosmic Perspective

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Despite the strange nature of stellar corpses clear evidence exists for white dwarfs and neutron stars and the case for black holes is very strong. Whi
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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Time Dilation, Solar Mass, Naked Singularity

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White dwarfs o o o o o o. White dwarfs are leftover cores of low- to intermediate mass stars. Resist gravity through degeneracy pressure, in this case
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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Planetary Migration, Upsilon Andromedae, Radial Velocity

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The right temperature: not too hot not too cold. Liquid water on the surface of the planet. A medium for life to live in/ to transport things in o. Big
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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Extinction, Snowball Earth, Arctic Methane Emissions

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Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Inverse-Square Law, Mont Saint-Michel, Escape Velocity

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Astronomy 1021 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Kuiper Belt, Giant Planet, Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes

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