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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Continental Drift, Atomic Nucleus, Permafrost

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23 Nov 2011
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7 - earth and terrestrial planets (oct. 26) Earth is being studied in tremendous detail = the science of geology. Earth"s general properties = our clos
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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Angular Diameter, New Moon, Solar Eclipse Of April 8, 2024

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23 Nov 2011
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Chapter 2 - discovering the sky (sept. 12) Stars in a constellation may not be close to each other in space - just appear grouped from earth (star char
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UTMAST101H5Henry ShiuFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Retrograde And Prograde Motion

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3 Jun 2016
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We see only one side of the moon. Commonly interpreted to mean that the moon does not rotate - wrong! If the moon did not rotate, we would see both sid
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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Giant Planet, Equatorial Bulge, Galilean Moons

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23 Nov 2011
49
Recall that jovian planets share these physical properties: Large masses - 14. 5 to 318 mearth. Large diameters - 3. 88 to 11. 2 dearth. Large volumes
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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Solar System, Double Planet, Headon

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1 Dec 2015
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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Binoculars, Galilean Moons

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20 Apr 2014
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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Formation And Evolution Of The Solar System, Collision Theory, Tidal Force

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23 Nov 2011
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6 - survey of our solar system (oct. 24) Sun is the heart of the solar system. Sun"s radiation warms all the objects in the solar system. Sun"s gravity
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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Giant Planet, Weight Pulling, Rotational Speed

Roshni Jain5 Page
1 Dec 2015
41
Low densities require the lightest elements (hydrogen, helium) o. Conclusion: jovian planets are 99% (by count) hydrogen and. This is very similar to t
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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Moon

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1 Dec 2015
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The solar system= the sun"s system o o o. Sun is more than 99% of all of the matter in the solar system. Sun"s radiation warms the objects in the solar
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UTMAST101H5Henry ShiuFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Alfonso X Of Castile, Copernican Revolution, Orbital Period

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3 Jun 2016
35
The astronomers claudius ptolemy developed this model about the year 150. Every planet has a large circular orbit( deferent ) with earth at its centre
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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Exoplanet, European Space Agency

Roshni Jain3 Page
1 Dec 2015
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UTMAST101H5John LesterFall

AST101H5 Lecture Notes - Ptolemy, Nicolaus Copernicus, Ellipse

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23 Nov 2011
42
Chapter 3 - from observing to understanding (sept. 19) Look for trends - hours of daylight increase and decrease with seasons. Look for exceptions - ec
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