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UTSCASTA02H3Brian WilsonWinter

Chapter 17 Review: The Stars

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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Fourteen Review: Solar System Debris

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I ntro to astronomy and astrology part i.  asteroids are relatively small, predominantly rocky objects that revolve around the. Few asteroids are larg
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Twelve Review: Saturn

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I ntro to astronomy and astrology part i. Less than a third of the size of jupiter.  composed primarily of hydrogen and helium like jupiter: saturn"s
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Eleven Review: Jupiter

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I ntro to astronomy and astrology part i. In contrast to the terrestrial planets, jupiter has many moons that vary greatly in size and other properties
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Eight Review: Mercury/Moon

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I ntro to astronomy and astrology part i.  never strays far from the sun: only visible just before dawn or just after sunset.  by measuring the sprea
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Seven Review: Earth

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I ntro to astronomy and astro part i.  earth"s radius is about 6400km: dividing these together, we find that earth"s average density is 5500 kg/. 
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Six Review: Solar System

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I ntro to astronomy and astro part i. The 20th century saw the rise of: non-optical observing aids: Infrared: improvements in telescopes which led to t
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

ASTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Molecular Vibration, Photon, Thermometer

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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Three Notes: Radiation

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3. 1 i n fo r ma t ion f rom the sk ies.  we use the laws of physics as we know them here on earth to interpret the electromagnetic radiation emitted
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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter Two Review: The Copernican Revolution

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UTSCASTA01H3Brian WilsonFall

Chapter One Review: Charting the Heavens

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I ntro to astronomy and astro part i.  universe: the totality of space, time, matter, and energy. Light-year: a unit for measuring distance, the dista
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