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UCSCASTR 1Jean BrodieSummer

ASTR 1 Lecture 3: Astr 04/11/18

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UCSCASTR 1Jean BrodieSummer

ASTR 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Celestial Equator, Celestial Coordinate System, Big Bang

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Big bang - a rapid and dramatic phase of expansion shortly after the big bang blows up these quantum fluctuations and freezes them into the fabric of t
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UCSCASTR 1Jean BrodieSummer

ASTR 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Spiral Galaxy, Ngc 3603, E-Book

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We have a short hand called powers of 10. Every single atom in your body was manufactured by a star. Protein molecules: basic building blocks of life.
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UCSCASTR 2BrodieFall

ASTR 2 Lecture 16: Galaxies

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UCSCASTR 2BrodieFall

ASTR 2 Lecture 18: Wavelength

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UCSCASTR 112Ryan FoleySpring

ASTR 112 Lecture 8: ASTR 112 notes, lectures 1-8

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UCSCASTR 2BrodieFall

ASTR 2 Lecture 14: Timeline

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UCSCASTR 6Graeme SmithWinter

ASTR 6 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Oceanic Crust, San Andreas Fault, Subduction

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The lithosphere is broken up into segments called plates. The plates can move around because the mantle is in motion. Plates are moving relative to pla
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UCSCASTR 1Jean BrodieSummer

ASTR 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Weightlessness, Net Force, Vis Viva

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Speed: rate at which objects move speed=distance/time (units of m/s) Acceleration: rate of change in velocity - units of speed/time (m/s^2) All falling
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UCSCASTR 112Ryan FoleySpring

ASTR 112 Lecture 9: ASTR 112 notes, 5:1

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UCSCASTR 6Graeme SmithWinter

ASTR 6 Lecture 15: Mercury- Surface and Interior

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UCSCASTR 3FortneyWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Radiation Zone, Noble Gas, Chromosphere

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Thursday, october 22, 2015 chapter 14 from chapter 8: radioactive decay. Big nucleus breaking apart to become more stable-- ssion. Argon is a noble gas
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