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ASTR 3 Chapter 2-4: Astronomy 3 Textbook 2.4 Notes

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10 Mar 2017
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As train passes by you, its train whistle changes from high shrill to low blare. This change is called the doppler effect. This is because the sound is
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ASTR 3 Chapter 2-2: Astronomy 3 Textbook 2.2 Notes

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10 Mar 2017
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White light can be separated into red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet hues. Can separate beam of white light into rainbow called spectrum by p
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ASTR 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Ellipse

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2 Mar 2017
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Kepler"s 3 laws were devloped empirically, resulted from analysis of obserational data. Issac newton formed three basic laws of motion which today form
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ASTR 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0-4: Ptolemy, Deferent And Epicycle, Nicolaus Copernicus

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27 Feb 2017
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Textbook notes: chapter 0. 4: the measurement of distance. One distance-measurement method is called triangulation, used to measure faraway objects. Is
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ASTR 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0-3: Stellar Atmosphere, Lunar Eclipse, Quarter Moon

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27 Feb 2017
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Textbook notes: chapter 0. 3: the motion of the moon. By observing patterns in sky and associating them with events on. Earth, astronomers established
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ASTR 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-1: Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes, Ecliptic, Uraniborg

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2 Mar 2017
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Galileo galilei built a telescope and discovered the moon has mountains, valleys, and craters just like earth, sun has imperfections known as sunspots
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ASTR 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0-2: Celestial Equator, Solar Time, Northern Hemisphere

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20 Feb 2017
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Apparent daily progress of sun and other stars across sky is known as diurnlal motion, consequence of earth"s rotation. However, each night the whold c
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ASTR 3 Chapter 2-1: Astronomy 3 Textbook 2.1 Notes

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10 Mar 2017
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Astronomers use laws of physics to interpret light or electromagnetic radiation emittd by objects. Radiation: way in which energy is transmitted throug
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ASTR 3 Chapter 2-3: Astronomy 3 Textbook 2.3 Notes

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10 Mar 2017
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Continuous spectra: emits radiation of all wavelengths, with intensity distribution described by blackbody curve corresponding to temperature. Hydrogen
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ASTR 3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0-1: Milky Way, Northern Hemisphere, Observable Universe

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18 Feb 2017
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Textbook notes : chapter 0. 1: the obvious view. Astronomy is the oldest of all sciences. We live on a planet called earth, one of eight known planets
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