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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Energy Economics, Chromosphere, Solar Core

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9 Sep 2015
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10. 1 a closer look at the sun: in the middle of the 19th century, scientists started looking into how the sun shines. It was originally thought that i
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Planetary System, Earth Mass, Immanuel Kant

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6. 1 a brief tour of the solar system. Each planet orbits the sun in the same direction, on the same plane. In relation to the space between them, the
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Orbital Period, Scientific Method, Deferent And Epicycle

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3. 1 the ancient roots of science: everyday observations provide a base for scientific thinking starting at an early age and continuing, in central afr
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Metallic Hydrogen, Liquid Hydrogen, Ammonium Hydrosulfide

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It"s radius is almost at it"s maximum for a jovian planet: jupiter does not have a solid surface. It is very dense, hot hydrogen and helium that has be
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Kuiper Belt, Oort Cloud

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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Net Force, Kinetic Energy, Tidal Force

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Chapter 4 making sense of the universe. If net force is zero, that is the only time momentum can change. Whenever a net force acts on an object, it mus
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Outer Core, Volcanism, Basalt

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9 Sep 2015
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Chapter 7 earth and the terrestrial worlds. Tectonics and volcanoes both require heat: sedimentary rock forms the ocean floor and is made up of long pe
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Celestial Pole, International Astronomical Union, Celestial Equator

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9 Sep 2015
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A constellation is a region of the night sky and is given clear borders. Chapter 2 discovering the universe for yourself. Why can we only see certain c
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Mass Number, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electromagnetic Radiation

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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Local Group, Observable Universe, Ecliptic

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1. 1 our modern view of the universe: like everything else, we have our own place in the universe. This is our cosmic address. : earth is part of the s
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Energy Economics, Chromosphere, Solar Core

OC5374883 Page
9 Sep 2015
23
10. 1 a closer look at the sun: in the middle of the 19th century, scientists started looking into how the sun shines. It was originally thought that i
View Document
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Celestial Pole, International Astronomical Union, Celestial Equator

OC5374885 Page
9 Sep 2015
19
A constellation is a region of the night sky and is given clear borders. Chapter 2 discovering the universe for yourself. Why can we only see certain c
View Document
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Orbital Period, Scientific Method, Deferent And Epicycle

OC5374883 Page
9 Sep 2015
41
3. 1 the ancient roots of science: everyday observations provide a base for scientific thinking starting at an early age and continuing, in central afr
View Document
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Planetary System, Earth Mass, Immanuel Kant

OC5374887 Page
9 Sep 2015
24
6. 1 a brief tour of the solar system. Each planet orbits the sun in the same direction, on the same plane. In relation to the space between them, the
View Document
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Metallic Hydrogen, Liquid Hydrogen, Ammonium Hydrosulfide

OC5374884 Page
9 Sep 2015
29
It"s radius is almost at it"s maximum for a jovian planet: jupiter does not have a solid surface. It is very dense, hot hydrogen and helium that has be
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Kuiper Belt, Oort Cloud

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9 Sep 2015
25
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Outer Core, Volcanism, Basalt

OC5374885 Page
9 Sep 2015
16
Chapter 7 earth and the terrestrial worlds. Tectonics and volcanoes both require heat: sedimentary rock forms the ocean floor and is made up of long pe
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Mass Number, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electromagnetic Radiation

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9 Sep 2015
36
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Local Group, Observable Universe, Ecliptic

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9 Sep 2015
32
1. 1 our modern view of the universe: like everything else, we have our own place in the universe. This is our cosmic address. : earth is part of the s
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ASTR 1200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Net Force, Kinetic Energy, Tidal Force

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9 Sep 2015
23
Chapter 4 making sense of the universe. If net force is zero, that is the only time momentum can change. Whenever a net force acts on an object, it mus
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