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Classwork #9 (1) if the orbit of the moon was in the same plane as the orbit of the earth (i. e. , no. 5 tilt), then how many lunar and solar eclipses
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LSUASTR 1101AllFall

CW10

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[newton"s law of gravity says that the gravitational force is proportional to. For the 1998 total solar eclipse, i saw it at noon from aruba. The sun i
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LSUASTR 1101AllFall

CW11

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You shouldn"t say it was wrong, but it was not favored by the evidence available at the time. I give full credit for any answer from 1% to 50%. ] [the
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LSUASTR 1101AllFall

CW19

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The evidence for the asteroid impact was not strong (just three iridium anomalies. With the evidence as presented in the slides for the stated year, ev
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LSUASTR 1101AllFall

HW4

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Due in class thursday february 13, or due on-line by 11:55 pm on the same day. #1. (10 points) your article review will be due on 20 february, and you"
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LSUASTR 1101AllFall

CW7

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[newton"s law of gravity says that the gravitational force is proportional to. For the 1998 total solar eclipse, i saw it at noon from aruba. The sun i
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LSUASTR 1101AllFall

CW8

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[the angular size of the moon is the same as the angular size of a. If you hold up a dime just under 2 meters from your eye, Classwork #8 (1) it will a
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CW9

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You shouldn"t say it was wrong, but it was not favored by the evidence available at the time. I give full credit for any answer from 1% to 50%. ] [the
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LSUASTR 1101AllFall

CW13

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Imagine a planet with the mass of mars that happened to have the same orbit as venus around our sun: what would its surface gravity be like? (compared
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LSUASTR 1101AllFall

CW6

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One solar eclipse and one lunar eclipse each lunar month. Just after sunset, or around 7pm, or in dusk, or early evening. Classwork #6 (1) if the orbit
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LSUASTR 1101AllFall

CW1

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CW5

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Figure1 illustrates the sky as seen from the continental united states. It shows that the sun"s daily path across the sky (dashed/solid line) is longes
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