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Astronomy 102 Book Notes

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VANDERBILTASTR-1010Stassun KeivanSpring

ASTR-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Galaxy Rotation Curve, Orbital Period

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5 Apr 2017
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Stars continuously form in disk as the galaxy grows older. Blue color is due to scattering of light by interstellar dust grains and the red color arise
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ASTR 1010 Lecture 10: Astr 1010 Lecture 10 Giant and Dwarf Stars

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20 Sep 2016
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ASTR-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Main Sequence, Stellar Parallax, Edwin Hubble

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5 Apr 2017
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ASTR-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Virgo Supercluster, Orion Nebula, Interstellar Cloud

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11 Jan 2017
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Our universe contains roughly a trillion galaxies, consisting of stars like our sun with planets orbiting them. 1. 1 a modern view of the universe: wha
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VANDERBILTASTR-1010Stassun KeivanFall

ASTR 1010 Lecture 3: Astronomy Notes for Midterm 1

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6 Oct 2016
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Earth solar system milky way galaxy the local group the local supercluster. Star: a large, glowing ball of gas that generates heat and light through nu
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VANDERBILTASTR-1010Stassun KeivanSpring

ASTR-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cosmic Calendar

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19 Feb 2017
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Suns radius is about 100 x the radius of the earth. Imagine the sun is the size of a large grapefruit. The next grapefruit, alpha centauri, would be 4,
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VANDERBILTASTR-1010Weintraub DavidFall

ASTR 1010 Lecture 1: Astr 1010 Lecture 1 Tools of the Trade

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5 Sep 2016
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VANDERBILTASTR-1010Stassun KeivanFall

ASTR 1010 Lecture 1: Astronomy Midterm 1 Review

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6 Oct 2016
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Multiple choice, short answer, no math problems. Star: large, glowing ball of gas that generates heat and light through nuclear fusion. Has to be massi
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VANDERBILTASTR-1010Stassun KeivanSpring

ASTR-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Supernova Remnant

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27 Mar 2017
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Supernova remnant cools and begins to emit visible light as it expands. New elements made by supernova mix into interstellar medium. Multiple supernova
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VANDERBILTASTR-1010Stassun KeivanSpring

ASTR-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: White Dwarf, Cygnus X-1, Gamma-Ray Burst

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19 Mar 2017
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18. 2 neutron stars: are the lefto(cid:448)er (cid:272)ores fro(cid:373) super(cid:374)o(cid:448)a e(cid:454)plosio(cid:374)s, neutron stars are very d
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VANDERBILTASTR-1010Stassun KeivanFall

ASTR-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Main Sequence, Low Mass, Planetary Nebula

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6 Oct 2016
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Main sequence turnoff point: the position of the hottest, brightest star on a cluster"s main sequence. All stars in the cluster were born at about the
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