Textbook Notes for Astronomy 1021 at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNASTR 1021Margaret Campbell- BrownFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ecliptic, Big Bang, Office Of Gas And Electricity Markets

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Astronomy 1021: chapter 1 a modern view of the universe. 1. 1 the scale of the universe geocentric: a belief in an earth-centered universe, usually hel
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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Kelvin, Flattening, Room Temperature

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All 3 techniques used in study of solar system o o o. We majorly focus on the properties of small bodies such as asteroids and kuiper belt objects. If
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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorWinter

Chapter 17 Summary Cosmic Perspective

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Low mass stars like our sun live long lives and die by producing planetary nebulae that leave behind white dwarfs. High mass stars live fast and die yo
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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorWinter

Chapter 19 Summary Cosmic Perspective

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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Chapter 10 Cosmic Perspective Summary

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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Chapter 4 Cosmic Perspective Summary

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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Extinction, Snowball Earth, Arctic Methane Emissions

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WESTERNASTR 1021Jan CamiFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Subduction, Scientific Modelling, Outer Core

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10 Dec 2015
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Volcanoes and earthquakes are 2 processes that act to reshape the earth"s surface. Also on rare occasions asteroids or comets slamming into earth cause
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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Chapter 14 Cosmic Perspective Summary

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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Planetary Migration, Upsilon Andromedae, Radial Velocity

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11 May 2016
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The right temperature: not too hot not too cold. Liquid water on the surface of the planet. A medium for life to live in/ to transport things in o. Big
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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Chapter 9 Cosmic Perspective Summary

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WESTERNASTR 1021Chris RacknorFall

Astronomy 1021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Night Sky, Structure Formation, Dark Energy

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11 May 2016
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If the expansion of the universe causes the distances between galaxies to increase, they must have been closer in the past. Which means temperature and
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