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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Study Guide - Final Guide: Ancient Roman Architecture, Apse, Speyer Cathedral

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Lecture 11: old st. peter"s basilica, roman empire, 360 ce. Represent christian belief systems adopt basilica form like early roman architecture, centr
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Tempio Malatestiano, De Re Aedificatoria, Florence Cathedral

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31 Mar 2018
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Return to the study of classical sources and antiquity. Greece and roman: scientific evolution, new observational practices, etc. Turn away from religi
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Filippo Brunelleschi, Holy Roman Empire, Lincoln Cathedral

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31 Mar 2018
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Holy roman empire, kingdom of france and england. From romanesque to gothic across these political contexts: eg. church of st. Similarities: archways a
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Carolingian Architecture, Byzantine Architecture, Ancient Roman Architecture

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31 Mar 2018
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Political bodies: carolingian empire, holy roman empire, kingdom of france. Middle ages or medieval period: after the fall of western roman empire, fro
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture 13: Notes 13: Islamic Architecture

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31 Mar 2018
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Similarities and differences: represent and promote religious world views. Peak of the byzantine empire: eastern roman empire. 100 years later: emergen
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Udayagiri Caves, Chola Dynasty, Stupa

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31 Mar 2018
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Lecture 12: hindu architecture on the indian subcontinent and in southeast asia. Religion has been the guidance in architectural forms, also an instrum
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Early Christian Art And Architecture, Anzio, Roman Kingdom

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31 Mar 2018
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117 ad: rome has peaked in its geography. Walls are pulled down: semi-covert worship of this new religious system. Christianity was allowed to come out
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UCLALING 1Yael SharvitWinter

LING 1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 41 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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The skeleton of what makes up language (building- blocks), origin and development, phonetics and syntax. A native speaker: a great difference in thinki
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 51 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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The leaning tower of pisa: constructed from 1173-1372, long historical trajectory. Its content in history cannot be ignored when discussing about the t
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 86 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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History of the universe: how we fit into the larger picture. Maori (native new zealanders) creation myth---separation of earth and heaven. Some others:
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ictinus, Assyrian Culture, Red Color

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28 Mar 2018
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Indexical with the lack of writing (3500 bce, generated in political contexts). Stone tools and residuals: for hunter gatherers, it is only used season
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Aqua Claudia, Human Body, Pont Du Gard

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28 Mar 2018
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Ancient greece: emergence of macedonian empire, hellenistic phase. It expands to the east of the greek mainland. Before the peak of macedonian empire,
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Tarumanagara, Songyue Pagoda, Mireuksa

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28 Mar 2018
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Lecture 08: architecture of early china, korea, and japan. There are four major centers of the river valley civilizations. In china we see some neolith
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Systems Engineering, Teotihuacan, Puquios

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27 Mar 2018
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Lecture 07: mesoamerica and the central andes (some of the river cultures) Andes region: south to chile, north to venezuela and columbia. The only civi
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pergamon Museum, Ancient Greek Temple, Knossos

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27 Mar 2018
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Lecture 06: middle east and the indian subcontinent. Mesopotamian: city states, empires conquered by centralized powers including. Babylon and assyria
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture 5: Notes 05: Ancient Greek

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27 Mar 2018
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Pyramid of menkature: architecture is constantly going under revision, it is an (cid:28664)(cid:28683)(cid:28660)(cid:28672)(cid:28675)(cid:28671)(cid:
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Tombs, Tutankhamun, Mastaba

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27 Mar 2018
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Mesopotamia, sumerian civilization, emergence of modern writing system (3500 bce, cuneiform, wedge-shaped). New representations including architectural
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: High Temple, True North, Lagash

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27 Mar 2018
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Carnac Stones, Chauvet Cave, Social Stratification

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27 Mar 2018
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UCLAARCH&UD 10AGary FoxWinter

ARCH&UD 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gothic Architecture, Early Christian Art And Architecture, Yingzao Fashi

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27 Mar 2018
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The leaning tower of pisa: constructed from 1173-1372, long historical trajectory. Its content in history cannot be ignored when discussing about the t
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Interstellar Medium, Outer Space, Anti-Gravity

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23 Mar 2018
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Black holes lose mass and eventually evaporate: hawking radiation. Quantum mechanics and general relativity: hawking reconciles them. W(cid:28667)(cid:
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Virgo Cluster, Gravitational Lens, Escape Velocity

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23 Mar 2018
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Structure of galaxy depend on how they interact with each other. Sun is 1 parsec from the nearest star without things in between. But galaxies are big
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture 23: Notes 23: Galaxies and Dark Matter

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23 Mar 2018
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Unlike spiral galaxies, their shape in the sky isn"t necessarily their real shapes. No galactic disk at all, in increasing stellar density in center, b
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture 22: Notes 22: Black Holes 02

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23 Mar 2018
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Black hole: a warp in space-time that is infinite deep. It would only be dangerous only assuming that we are not too close to it. W(cid:28667)(cid:2866
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Gravitational Lens, Special Relativity, Event Horizon

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23 Mar 2018
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Horizontal Branch, Cno Cycle, Pauli Exclusion Principle

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23 Mar 2018
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Nebular Hypothesis, Protostar, Main Sequence

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23 Mar 2018
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The luminosity nearly depends entirely on the mass. Where does a cloud come from: interstellar medium. (things between stars) The composition of gas is
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Radial Velocity, Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes, Main Sequence

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23 Mar 2018
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Magnitudes: an inverted scale. brighter objects have a smaller magnitude. Eyes work at a logarithmic scale: changes magnitude by 5, and the brightness
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Inverse-Square Law, Proper Motion, Coronal Mass Ejection

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23 Mar 2018
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Photons are carried to the surface by convection. Hot but not as hot as the layers around it. Expands far out, even lower density, but it is extremely
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Drake Equation, Extraterrestrial Life

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23 Mar 2018
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C-type asteroids: the elements that are not differentiated. Gravity will now be strong enough to assist in making it bigger. Grow into planet- size obj
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Kuiper Belt, Oort Cloud, Radial Velocity

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23 Mar 2018
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Once gravity shapes to sphere, we call it a dwarf planet, but still part of the kuiper. A high inclination to the ecliptic (sun and earth): the long pe
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Roche Limit, Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes, Solar Wind

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23 Mar 2018
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Most of their internal structure is hydrogen and helium. 20,000 km: hydrogen turned into a metal under high pressure. J(cid:28649)(cid:28644)i(cid:2864
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Hydrogen Sulfide, Lightning, Solar Wind

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23 Mar 2018
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Terrestrial Planet

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23 Mar 2018
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The tectonic plates in other terrestrial planets: moon. It was hit and the magna flowed out to form maria. To have plate tectonics, need internal heat,
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Earthflow, Wind Wave, Plate Tectonics

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23 Mar 2018
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Lecture 10: the solid earth and other planets. We seek patterns in the terrestrial planets including mercury, venus, earth, and mars, (plus the moon):
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Tunguska Event, Orbital Period, Meteor Crater

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23 Mar 2018
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These are absorption lines and are also determined by the composition of the gas. We use the spectrometer to separate all the colors, so that we see th
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Diffraction, W. M. Keck Observatory, Radio Astronomy

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23 Mar 2018
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We can use this to measure (cid:28660) (cid:28675)(cid:28671)(cid:28660)(cid:28673)(cid:28664)(cid:28679)"(cid:28678) speed and direction. Blue shift:
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Atomic Orbital, Photon, Emission Spectrum

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23 Mar 2018
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Wavelength and frequency: important variables in describing light. Ultraviolent is shorter in wavelength than visible light, which is also shorter than
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ellipse, Wind Wave, Electric Field

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23 Mar 2018
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Orbiting is just falling with the right speed. The faster the initial speed is (the force we launch the canon), the farther the cannonball is going to
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UCLAASTR 3Steven FurlanettoWinter

ASTR 3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Isaac Newton, Geocentric Model, Orbital Period

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23 Mar 2018
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