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Geology of the Solar System

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EAS206 Lecture 21: EAS 206 - Lecture 21 - Pluto and Kuiper Belt
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New Horizons Has everything you need to image the object in v...

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EAS206 Lecture 15: EAS 206 - Lecture 15 - Meteorites and the Asteroid Belt
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Meteorites Meteoroid o Slows and fragments ...

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EAS206 Lecture 12: EAS 206 - Lecture 12 - Mars
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Distance from Sun is 1.5x compared to Earth Mars can tilt ...

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EAS206 Lecture 13: EAS 206 - Lecture 13 - Climate of Mars
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Mars Odyssey o Objectives o Instruments ...

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EAS206 Lecture 16: EAS 206 - Lecture 16 - The Gas Giants
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The Viking Missions Viking 1 failed because faulty command ...

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EAS206 Lecture 23: EAS 206 - Lecture 23 - Comparative Planetology and the Search for Life in the Universe
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Carbonate minerals (yellow thing) o Water was precipit...

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EAS206 Lecture 18: EAS 206 - Lecture 18 - Saturn
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Saturn CassiniHuygens o Dont need to worry about all the instrument...

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EAS206 Lecture 22: EAS 206 - Lecture 22 - Extrasolar Planets
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Why (re)define Planet? 11 Kuiper belt objects that are now mo...

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EAS206 Lecture 14: EAS 206 - Lecture 14 - Martian Rock and Soil
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Mars can be a challenging place to explore Martian meteorites ...

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EAS206 Lecture 17: EAS 206 - Lecture 17 - Galilean Satellites of Jupiter
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Exploration of Jupiter Galilean Satellites Heat source = TIDAL FLEX...

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EAS206 Lecture 11: EAS 206 - Lecture 11 - Venus (Weather)
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Weather of Venus (Volcanic activity) Impact relatively rare ...

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EAS206 Lecture 10: EAS 206 - Lecture 10 - Venus
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Venus Venera = 1982 Thick cloud cover = hard to observ...

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EAS206 Lecture 8: EAS 206 - Lecture #8 - The Moon Part III
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The Origin of the Moon (6 things we have to try to explain) T...

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EAS206 Lecture 5: EAS 206 - Lecture #5 - The Moon
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MOON What do you know about the Moon? No atmosphere O...

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EAS206 Lecture 4: EAS 206 - Lecture #4 - Accretion and Differentiation of the Planets
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