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UTMAST201H5PerleyWinter

AST201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Geocentric Model, Angular Diameter, An Angle

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13 Dec 2015
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UTMAST201H5J.B.LesterWinter

AST201H5 Lecture 1: AST201 Lecture 1 .docx

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14 Apr 2015
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UTMAST201H5J B LesterFall

AST201H5 Lecture Notes - Angular Diameter, Astronomical Object, Angular Distance

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23 Oct 2012
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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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UTMAST201H5J B LesterFall

AST201H5 Lecture Notes - Deep Time

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23 Oct 2012
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UTMAST201H5J.B.LesterWinter

AST201H5 Lecture 2: AST201 Lecture 2 .docx

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14 Apr 2015
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UTMAST201H5J.B.LesterWinter

AST201H5 Lecture 4: AST201 Lecture 4.docx

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14 Apr 2015
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UTMAST201H5PerleyWinter

AST201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Active Galactic Nucleus, Quasar, Cosmological Principle

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13 Dec 2015
39
Assume that the mw location is not special. Assume that every other galaxy observes what we observe. Hubble law does not mean that galaxies are moving
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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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UTMAST201H5J B LesterFall

AST201H5 Lecture Notes - Blueshift, Mass Number, Continuous Spectrum

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23 Oct 2012
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UTMAST201H5PerleyWinter

AST201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Chemical Element, Mass Number, Atomic Number

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13 Dec 2015
19
Ultraviolet - about 200 nm x rays - about 1 nm. Before 1950s, astronomy used only visible light. Since 1950, astronomy has had the technology to use al
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