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UOITSCIE 1920URupinder BrarFall

SCIE 1920U Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Celestial Sphere, Celestial Equator, March Equinox

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Seasons are a result of the way the tilt of earth"s axis causes sunlight to fall differently on. The sun always rises somewhere in the east, reaches it
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UOITSCIE 1920URupinder BrarFall

SCIE 1920U Chapter 6: 6 The outer solar system

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Jupiter and saturn are quite similar to each other, but fairly different from uranus and neptune. Jupiter and saturn are both made almost entirely of h
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UOITSCIE 1920URupinder BrarFall

SCIE 1920U Chapter 7: 7 Planets around other stars

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Extrasolar planets are planets the lie outside our solar system. All objects in a star system, including the star itself, orbit the system"s balance po
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UOITSCIE 1920URupinder BrarFall

SCIE 1920U Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Kuiper Belt, Ballpoint Pen, Virgo Supercluster

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A solar system consists of a star, planets, moon, as well as asteroids and icy comets. Galaxy is a great island of stars in space that may contain mill
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UOITSCIE 1920URupinder BrarFall

SCIE 1920U Chapter 8: 8 The Sun and Other Stars

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Sunspots can be larger in size than earth. Luminosity if at 3. 8 x 1026 watts. Most of the sun"s energy is radiated as visible light, but the sun also
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UOITSCIE 1920URupinder BrarFall

SCIE 1920U Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Radioactive Decay, Planetesimal, Radiometric Dating

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SCIE 1920U Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Minute And Second Of Arc, Sun-2, Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes

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A scientific model is a conceptual representation created to explain and predict observed phenomena. A scientific model may not fully explain all our o
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UOITSCIE 1920URupinder BrarFall

SCIE 1920U Chapter 5: 5 Terrestrial worlds

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Earth is the most active and geologically active planet and next is venus. Size matters because most geological activity is driven by internal heat. Al
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UOITSCIE 1920URupinder BrarFall

SCIE 1920U Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Gravitational Lens, Galactic Center, Accelerating Expansion Of The Universe

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Every object on a merry-go-round goes around the center in the same amount of time, but objects farther from the center move in larger circles, so they
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SCIE 1920U Chapter 13: 13 The Birth of the Universe

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The universe was so hot during the first few seconds after the big bang that photons could transform themselves into matter, and vice versa. The electr
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UOITSCIE 1920URupinder BrarFall

SCIE 1920U Chapter 15: 15 Life in the Universe

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SCIE 1920U Chapter 10: 10 The Bizarre Stellar Graveyard

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A white dwarf is essentially the exposed core of a low-mass star that has died and shed its outer layers in a planetary nebula. Have a mass of sun but
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