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UTSGAST201H1Stefan MochnackiWinter

Midterm 2 Review Questions with Answers

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9 Apr 2011
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Type 1 supernovae (white dwarf supernovae) tend to dim faster (first few weeks) and the luminosities decrease more gradually. Hydrogen isn"t present in
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UTSGAST201H1Stefan MochnackiWinter

Midterm 2 Review Questions with Answers

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Earth"s orbit will remain the same and the sun will just be a black hole. The force of gravity depends on mass involved. Suddenly helium will start to
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UTSGAST201H1Stefan MochnackiWinter

Midterm 2 Review Questions with Answers

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Midterm 2 review questions diameter: 100 000 lie and it has around 200 billion stars distance between central bulge and sun: 28 000 light years away (a
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UTSGAST201H1Stefan MochnackiWinter

conservation laws and energy from lecture 3

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6 Apr 2011
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The total momentum of interacting objects cannot change unless an external force is acting on them. Interacting objects exchange momentum through equal
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UTSGAST201H1Stefan MochnackiWinter

luminosity, parallax, stars, spectral class

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6 Apr 2011
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Luminosity: how bright- how much light the star is emitting (all) There are a great variety of techniques used to determine the distances to stars for
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UTSGAST201H1Stefan MochnackiWinter

matter, spectroscopy, doppler shift

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6 Apr 2011
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1 au= 215 solar radii (radius of the sun) Atomic number= # of protons in nucleus (+ charged) Atomic mass number= # of protons + neutrons. Molecules= co
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UTSGAST201H1Stefan MochnackiWinter

Kepler's laws, orbits, light

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