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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Mass Number, Electromagnetic Radiation, Light Pollution

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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Solar Time, International Astronomical Union, Angular Diameter

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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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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: 600 Miles, Observable Universe, Galactic Center

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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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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Hypernova, Event Horizon, Cygnus X-1

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Never any larger than 1. 4m sun, a white dwarf is the core of a low-mass star, exposed after sloughing off its outer layers after depleting its hydroge
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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Low Mass, Solar Mass, Red Giant

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T = gas temperature in kelvin. n = gas density. Stars are formed from molecular clouds; highly dense clouds of interstellar gas made mostly of hydrogen
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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: V Speeds, Tidal Force, Inverse-Square Law

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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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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Oort Cloud, Kuiper Belt, Asteroid Belt

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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ellipse, Scientific Method, Orbital Period

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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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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Absolute Magnitude, Orbital Period, Apparent Magnitude

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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Hot Jupiter, Giant Planet, Galilean Moons

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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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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Aurora, Ammonium Hydrosulfide, Great Dark Spot

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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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AST 2002 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Cosmic Ray, Stellar Population, Density Wave Theory

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