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Class Notes for ASTA02H3 at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis TajbakhshWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: International Astronomical Union, Astronomical Unit, Tychonic System

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16 Apr 2016
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Introduction to astronomy and astrophysics ii: beyond the sun and. Light year: a light year is simply the distance that light travels in one year. The
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UTSCASTA02H3UnknownWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scientific Notation, Planck Constant, Parsec

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10 Apr 2015
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Finding how far the stars are: d (parsec) = 1/p (arcseconds) A parsec is equal to 206, 265 au or 3. 26 ly. By definition 1 parsec (pc) is the distance
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UTSCASTA02H3Diana ValenciaWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Electromagnetic Spectrum, Black Body, Apparent Magnitude

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30 Nov 2016
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Waves of light, including visible and non-visible light. Amount of energy passing the unit area in a unit time. Measure of total amount of energy relea
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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis KhavariWinter

Astronomy - Tutorial #1.

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14 Feb 2013
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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis KhavariWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Apparent Magnitude

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15 Feb 2013
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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis KhavariWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Apparent Magnitude, Elementary Charge, Neutrino

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14 Feb 2013
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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis KhavariWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Apparent Magnitude, White Dwarf, Super Giant

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14 Feb 2013
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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis KhavariWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Apparent Magnitude, Brown Dwarf, White Dwarf

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14 Feb 2013
45
Learn how to plot a hr diagram. Note that temperature increases from right to left. Make up a majority of the stars seen in the sky. Source of energy f
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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis KhavariWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Balmer Series, Stellar Classification

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14 Feb 2013
22
Approx. temperature of the sun results in weak balmer lines. 10,000 k (excited) results in strong balmer lines. O stars low h because at high temperatu
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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis KhavariWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Gravitational Redshift, Horizontal Branch, White Dwarf

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15 Mar 2013
26
Fuses hydrogen to make helium to sustain it. Determines how long the star will last. Note that any equality for the purpose of this course can be viewe
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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis KhavariWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Planetary Nebula, Stellar Population, Thick Disk

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15 Mar 2013
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UTSCASTA02H3Parandis KhavariWinter

ASTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Photon, Black-Body Radiation, Sirius

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14 Feb 2013
54
Describes how stars look to human eyes. The brightness of stars is measured using the magnitude scale. Ancient astronomers divided the stars into six m
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