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U OF GPHYS 2600Mike MassaFall

PHYS 2600 Chapter 11,12, 14: PHYS UNIT 4

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30 Nov 2016
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Chapter 14 uranus, neptune, pluto, and the kuiper belt: remote worlds. 14-1 uranus was discovered by chance, but neptune"s existence was. At opposition
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PHYS 2600 Chapter 9-10: UNIT 3 PHYS

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30 Nov 2016
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Unit 3: the earth, moon and terresterial planets. Moon: compare and contrast the features of the terrestrial planets, and provide information about the
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PHYS 2600 Chapter 5: UNIT 6 PHYS

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30 Nov 2016
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5. 1 light travels through empty space at a speed of 300,000 km/s. The speed of light in a vacuum is a universal constant: it has the same value everyw
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PHYS 2600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Angular Diameter, Minute And Second Of Arc, Actual Size

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25 Sep 2017
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1-5 astronomers use angles to denote the positions and apparent sizes of objects in the sky. Important part of astronomy = keeping track of positions o
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PHYS 2600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Quarter Moon, The Moons, Apsis

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PHYS 2600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Celestial Sphere, Diurnal Motion, Ecliptic

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25 Sep 2017
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Unaided human eye can only detect about 3000 stars. On modern star charts, the sky is divided into 88 regions, each of which is called a constellations
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PHYS 2600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Thermosphere, Magnetopause, Basalt

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PHYS 2600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-4: Deferent And Epicycle, Geocentric Model, Inferior And Superior Planets

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25 Sep 2017
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3 eclipses and the motion of the moon. 3-6 ancient astronomers measured the size of earth and attempted to determine distances to the sun and moon. Era
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PHYS 2600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Galilean Moons, The Moons, Geocentric Model

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25 Sep 2017
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4-5 galileo"s discoveries with a telescope strongly supported a heliocentric model telescope changed astronomy forever. Galileo galilei used it to disc
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PHYS 2600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Accretion Disk, Radio Galaxy, Quasar

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15 Dec 2016
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Unusual properties of quasars: these objects look like stars in an optical telescope, they are almost always emitters of large amounts of radio energy
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