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U OF GPHYS 1600Elizabeth NicolFall

PHYS 1600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Ammonium Hydrosulfide, Great Dark Spot, Liquid Hydrogen

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Largest planet in the solar system o o. Emits twice as much energy as it receives from the sun. More than 1300 earths could be packed into its volume.
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U OF GPHYS 1600Elizabeth NicolFall

PHYS 1600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Electromagnetic Spectrum, Refraction, Lightning

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3-1 newton discovered that white is not a fundamental colour and. Refraction: change of direction as light travels from one medium to another. Spectrum
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U OF GPHYS 1600Elizabeth NicolFall

PHYS 1600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Formation And Evolution Of The Solar System, Gas Giant, Radiometric Dating

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U OF GPHYS 1600Elizabeth NicolFall

PHYS 1600 Chapter 1-14: Complete Astronomy Textbook Notes

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Copernicus and heliocentric cosmology: mercury/venus lie inside earth"s orbit (inferior planets, mars, jupiter, saturn lie outside (superior planets, e
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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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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 6/ Unit 6: Chapter 3, 4

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U OF GPHYS 1600Elizabeth NicolFall

PHYS 1600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Chromosphere, Limb Darkening, Photosphere

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The sun is so hot it has neither liquid nor solid matter anywhere inside it. Moving down through the sun, we continually encounter ever denser and. 10-
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U OF GPHYS 1600Elizabeth NicolFall

PHYS 1600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Caloris Planitia, Gas Giant, Mariner 10

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Terrestrial worlds (mercury, venus, earth and mars) - all roughly similar in size. Gas giant or jovian worlds (jupiter and saturn) Planets intermediate
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U OF GPHYS 2600Mike MassaFall

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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U OF GPHYS 1600Elizabeth NicolFall

PHYS 1600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Apparent Magnitude, Stellar Classification, Main Sequence

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21 Dec 2015
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Distance in ly 3 times distance in pc. Distance in pc 1/3 the distance in ly. A magnitude 1 star is 2. 5 times more luminous than a magnitude 2 star. A
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U OF GPHYS 1600Elizabeth NicolFall

PHYS 1600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Celestial Equator, Diurnal Motion, Dailymotion

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25 Nov 2016
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Unit 2: the earth and its moons: sept 19, 2016 to sept 25, 2016. Earth orbits the sun in a plane called the ecliptic: The ecliptic is a celestial spher
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U OF GPHYS 2600Mike MassaFall

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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