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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneySummer

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Selective Breeding, Chemical Polarity, Multicellular Organism

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17 May 2013
85
5 the nature of life on earth. We focus our search on life that is similar to our own. We do not look for silicon life because we don"t have any exampl
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyWinter

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter Final: Atomic Nucleus, Copernican Principle, Red Dwarf

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9 Dec 2014
74
75% of all stars are m stars. Only 7% are stars like the sun. Less than 1% are the bright stars that you see in the night time. If you didn"t have an o
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyFall

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sedimentary Rock, Silicate Minerals, Radiometric Dating

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13 Nov 2016
9
More specifically, it has to do with anything from the formation of our planet to volcanoes. When looking at earth, geology and life are intertwined lo
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyFall

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Amine, Carboxylic Acid, Thermodynamics

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15 Nov 2016
16
Chapter 5: the nature of life on earth. 5. 1: defining life: the(cid:396)e a(cid:396)e (cid:374)o (cid:272)lea(cid:396) guideli(cid:374)es as to (cid:4
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyFall

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Chemical Polarity, Ethane, Geology Of The Moon

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11 Apr 2016
38
7: searching for life in our solar system. Life on earth uses 25 out of 92 elements of periodic table. H, o, n, c make up 96% of living organisms. Need
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyFall

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Project Ozma, Arecibo Observatory, 18 Months

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11 Apr 2016
80
Approach to esimate how probable life is in our galaxy and universe. Used to esimate how many radio signals we could expect from aliens. Limited to the
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyFall

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter Final: Plutonium, Pioneer 10, Outer Space

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30 Mar 2014
97
Interstellar travel is difficult because (i) distance (ii) energy (iii) technology (i) distance. Most distant planetary probes (pioneer 10 & 11 (has pl
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyFall

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nicolaus Copernicus, Apparent Retrograde Motion, Scientific Modelling

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13 Oct 2016
12
Chapter 2: the science of life in the universe. The sun and moon played a very important role in our understanding marking season and time especially f
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyFall

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: John Von Neumann, Self-Replicating Machine, Positron

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11 Apr 2016
66
Alpha centauri (nearest star to sun) is 2700 au away. Would take voyager probes 100,000 yr to reach it. Pioneer 10 and 11 have plaques that provide inf
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyFall

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Planetary Science, Atmospheric Sciences, Methane

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13 Oct 2016
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YORKNATS 1880Paul DelaneyFall

NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Solar Wind, Planetary Nebula, The Faint

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11 Apr 2016
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NATS 1880 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Extremophile, Acidophile, Psychrophile

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18 Apr 2016
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