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## AS101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 98 pages long!)

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Our time and place in the starlit universe. Equally important is that you gain an appreciation for the concept of time and how the average human lifeti
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## [AS101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (39 pages long!)

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Focus around a single star or star system and the objects that orbit around it. Sun, moon, and five known planets are arranged in concentric spheres ar
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## AS101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 30 pages long!)

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Solar system the sun, its planets, and smaller bodies (moons, asteroids, comets etc. ) Alpha centauri is the closest solar system to ours and its 4. 6l
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## [AS101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (68 pages long)

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1 astronomical unit (au) = 1. 5 x 108km = 150m km. Average distance from sun to the earth. Light-year (ly) = the distance light travels in one year, ap
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## [AS101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (35 pages long!)

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## AS101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Gravitational Energy, Interstellar Medium, Henry Noris

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## AS101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Planetesimal, Classical Planet, Giant Planet

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Phobos and deimos (mars" moons) were asteroids that likely got captured by mars by coming too close at some point in the early years of the solar syste
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## AS101 Final: as101 chap 4 part 5

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Another important figure in greek science is claudius ptolemy (90-168 ad, although these dates are approximate). He developed a model of the universe b
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## BU398 Lecture 4: TB_Chapter08

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____ is typically concerned with well-defined problems about operational issues and past events: top management, first-line management, employees, midd
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## BU398 Lecture 8: TB_Chapter01

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## BU398 Lecture 8: TB_Chapter03

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## BU398 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Vajrayana, Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Cengage Learning

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## BU398 Lecture 8: TB_Chapter04

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Sectors of the environment which have direct impact on the organization are called the: task environment: general environment, organizational buffers,
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## BU398 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Administrative Domain, Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Cengage Learning

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## BU398 Lecture 9: TB_Chapter06

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Brands, which owns pizza hut, taco bell, kfc, and long john silver"s, gets ____ of its profits from overseas: 15 percent, 33 percent, 55 percent, 70 pe
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## BU398 Lecture 13: TB_Chapter05

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## BU398 Lecture 13: TB_Chapter02

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## BU398 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Cengage Learning, Business Intelligence

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## AS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Deferent And Epicycle, Celestial Spheres, Harlow Shapley

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Orbital Period, Gas Giant, Vb 10

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Henrietta Swan Leavitt, Harlow Shapley, Instability Strip

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Supergiant, Giant Star, Triple-Alpha Process

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Apparent Magnitude, Hypothetical Star, Parsec

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Nuclear Fusion, Nuclear Fission, Coulomb Barrier

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Incandescent Light Bulb, Optical Instrument, Redshift

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Primary Mirror, Heat Radio, Sunscreen

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Celestial Spheres, Astronomical Unit, Local Group

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As101- lecture 1- from solar system to galaxy to universe. The study of astronomy gives us a sense of where we are in the universe, with a respect to s
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Celestial Equator, March Equinox, Lunar Phase

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One of the stellar patterns identified by name, usually of mythological gods, people, animals, or objects. They have to do with stellar patterns. Origi
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Star Chart, Aryabhatiya, Deferent And Epicycle

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Ancient astronomers all over the globe observed the sky and recognized patterns in the motion of the sun, moon, planets, and bright stars. Ancient peop
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Chromatic Aberration, Corona, Spectroscopy

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Old but good astronomy: planets so important that the days of the weeks are named after the 7 visible objects that have been seen for centuries. South
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Uptodate, Anders Celsius, Dover Publications

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Vincenzio galilei was a talented lutenist and a music teacher, who married the educated. After their marriage, they settled themselves in the countrysi
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ptolemy, Circular Motion, Retrograde And Prograde Motion

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Many ancient civilizations used astronomy to help with their lives, astronomy could be used to help grow crops, predict flooding etc. People have been
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Scientific Method, Cosmological Principle, Pseudoscience

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Lesson 4: from ancient astronomy to more modern ideas. Astronomy is the oldest of the sciences. Days of the week were named after the sun, moon, and vi
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Right Ascension, Declination, Murchison Promontory

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1 astronomical unit (au) = 1. 5 x 108km = 150m km. Average distance from sun to the earth. Light-year (ly) = the distance light travels in one year, ap
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## AS101 Lecture 1: Astronomy Notes

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The scale of the cosmos: space and time. Scienti c notation: the system of recording very large or very small numbers by using powers of 10. Field of v
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## AS101 Lecture 2: AS 101 #2

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Weekly quiz will open tuesday night 8:30-9, will reopen tuesday night 10. Weekly assignment opens tuesday at 10, multiple attempts so system marks best
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Celestial Spheres, Astronomical Unit, Local Group

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As101- lecture 1- from solar system to galaxy to universe. The study of astronomy gives us a sense of where we are in the universe, with a respect to s
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Solar Wind, Ring System, Solar Time

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More; heat left over from their formation heat than absorbed from the sun due. Which of the following statements about the rings of the 4 jovian planet
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## AS101 Chapter 1: Astronomy Notes: Chapter 1

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The scale of the cosmos: space and time. Scienti c notation: the system of recording very large or very small numbers by using powers of 10. Field of v
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## AS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter Module 1 Notes: Weak Interaction, Olympus Mons, Electromagnetism

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Astronomers deal with scales and distances unlike any found in the other sciences. This has consequences for the way in which we carry out this science
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## AS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.1: Astronomical Unit, Scientific Notation, Spiral Galaxy

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## AS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Big Bang, Cosmic Calendar

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1. 1 from solar system to galaxy to universe. Earth rotates w to e and crosses the sunset line which means the sun has set. Moon is 1/4 the size of ear
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## AS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Chromatic Aberration, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Eyepiece

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Electromagnetic radiation changing electric and magnetic fields that travel through space and transfer energy from one place to another; ex. Radiation
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## AS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electromagnetic Radiation, Black-Body Radiation

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Light as wave and as particle: how light behaves depends on how you treat it-light has both wavelike and particle like properties. Light is composed of
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## AS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Orbiting Body, Orbit, Lunar Phase

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## AS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Canis, Lunar Phase, Sidereal Time

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Chapter 2 user"s guide to the sky: patterns and cycles. Earth rotates on its axis once a day. Constellations one of the stellar patterns identified by
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## AS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1&2: Spiral Galaxy, Cosmic Calendar, Particle Accelerator

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The scale of the cosmos: space and time. Field of view: the area visible in an image. Usually given as the diameter of the region. Scientific notation:
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## AS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Photosphere, Declination, Right Ascension

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Solar eclipse: the event that occurs when the moon passes directly between earth and the sun, blocking our view of the sun. Umbra: the region of a shad
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## AS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Planetary Science, Outgassing, Roche Limit

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## [AS101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (35 pages long!)

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## [AS101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (39 pages long!)

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Focus around a single star or star system and the objects that orbit around it. Sun, moon, and five known planets are arranged in concentric spheres ar
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## [AS101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (68 pages long)

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1 astronomical unit (au) = 1. 5 x 108km = 150m km. Average distance from sun to the earth. Light-year (ly) = the distance light travels in one year, ap
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## AS101 Midterm: Midterm Review

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The mark on the quiz does not matter, you will still get the participation mark. The online quiz will only be open for one week. In studying the univer
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## AS101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Gravitational Energy, Interstellar Medium, Henry Noris

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cosmic Calendar, Milky Way, Astronomical Unit

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1 au (astronomical unit)= average distance between the sun and earth= 150 million km. 1 minute light travels 300,000km x 60= 18 million km. 1 hour ligh
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: 90Th Meridian West, Lunar Phase, Full Moon

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What is the motion of the moon: the moon is the faithful follower of the earth, due to the rotation of the earth from west to east, the moon, like the
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Apparent Retrograde Motion, Deçan, Deferent And Epicycle

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A carved bone shows pictographs of the crescent moon: this allowed them to determine when to plant seeds and grow their crops, 4000 bc: egyptians insti
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Contact Force, Net Force

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Newton discovered a relationship between force and momentum. A force is a push or pull on an object. A force can be either: a contact force (the agent
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ptolemy, Aldebaran, Angular Diameter

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Lecture 3: milky way: a band of light making a circle around the celestial sphere. Constellations: ancient civilizations around the world named groups
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Antarctic Circle, Northern Hemisphere, September Equinox

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Progression of seasons: summer solstice- june 21. Day when northern hemisphere is maximally tilted towards the sun and gets most direct sun. The sun ap
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Apparent Weight, Weightlessness, Ellipse

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Tides: gravity in action: tides are caused by small differences in gravitational forces. As the earth and moon orbit around each other, they attract ea
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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Right Ascension, Declination

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## AS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Interstellar Cloud, Star System, Local Group

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But there are many kinds of astronomical objects, gaseous clouds, dust, energy and even dark matter in space. The universe is mostly empty space: matte
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## AS101 Lecture 8: Chapter 8

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To argue that because one bad case is permitted, similar bad cases should be permitted too. People who have tenure don"t write half as much as sessiona
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