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DALPHYC 2451Tindall DavidFall

PHYC 2451 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Astronomical Object, Kuiper Belt, Retrograde And Prograde Motion

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23 Dec 2015
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Discovery of the outer planets: uranus was discovered by chance, while neptune was discovered at a location predicted by applying newtonian mechanics.
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PHYC 2451 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Galilean Moons, Tidal Heating, Tidal Locking

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23 Dec 2015
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Nature of the galilean satellites: the four galilean satellites orbit jupiter in the plane of its equator. All are in synchronous rotation: the orbital
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PHYC 2451 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Stony-Iron Meteorite, Carbonaceous Chondrite, Kirkwood Gap

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23 Dec 2015
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PHYC 2451 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Martian Dichotomy, Older Southern American English, Orbital Period

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19 Dec 2015
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Its rotation period is longer than its orbital period: mars rotates at almost the same rate as earth, and its rotation axis is tilted by almost the sam
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PHYC 2451 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Giant Planet, Late Heavy Bombardment, Terrestrial Planet

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19 Dec 2015
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Chapter 8 comparative planetology ii: the origin of our solar system. The terrestrial planets are small because they are made of less abundant elements
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PHYC 2451 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Late Heavy Bombardment, Geology Of The Moon, Impact Crater

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19 Dec 2015
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Appearance of the moon: the earth-facing side of the moon displays light-colored, heavily cratered highlands (older) and dark-colored, relatively young
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PHYC 2451 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Van Allen Radiation Belt, Plate Tectonics, Oceanic Crust

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19 Dec 2015
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Earth"s energy sources: all activity in earth"s atmosphere, oceans, and surface is powered by three sources of energy: solar energy is the energy sourc
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PHYC 2451 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Metallic Hydrogen, Aurora, Spheroid

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23 Dec 2015
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Composition and structure: jupiter and saturn are both much larger than earth. Each is composed of 71% hydrogen, 24% helium, and 5% all other elements
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PHYC 2451 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Parsec, Active Galactic Nucleus, Farthest North

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24 Oct 2015
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