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UTSGAST101H1Clifford OrwinFall

Chapter 9 Summary BOOK Notes- Planetary Geology

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8 Sep 2010
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AST101H1 Lecture 1: Astronomy tutorial work (1 and 2)

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5 Apr 2016
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Sketch the sun-earth-moon system during full, half, and new moon phases. The moon orbits the earth and completes its cycle every 29 and a half days. Ov
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Lecture 3

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11 Dec 2010
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chapter 4

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16 Feb 2011
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But mass also plays a role a person pushing a bike with a child riding=bike will move faster a person pushing a bike with an adult riding=bike moving m
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Chapter 5

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31 Jan 2011
22
 energy that light carries is called radiative energy.  in astronomy we are concerned more with the rate of energy transfer not the amount of energy
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Chapter 14

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1 Feb 2011
41
 using einstein"s famous formula e = mc2 it was able to show that the suns mass itself contains an enormous amount of potential energy through the pro
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UTSGAST101H1Clifford OrwinFall

Chapter 3 Summary BOOK Notes The Science of Astronomy

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8 Sep 2010
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Chapter 7

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31 Jan 2011
38
Comparative planetology: the study of the solar system by examining and understanding the similarities and differences among worlds. The essence of com
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Chapter 2

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31 Jan 2011
21
 on clear and moonless night, assuming you are away from city light, more than 2000 stars can be seen to the naked eye along with milky way identified
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chapter 3

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16 Feb 2011
29
Modern measures of time come from ancient observation of motion in the sky. Length of the day is the time it takes the sun to make one full circuit in
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chapter 1

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16 Feb 2011
30
Geocentric - cannot feel the constant motion of earth as it rotates on its axis and orbits the sun. Cosmic address - our place in the universe. Solar s
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