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ASTRO 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lunar Eclipse, Lunar Phase, The Moons

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Eclipses and the motion of the moon. 3-1 the phases of the moon are caused by its orbital motion. The moon orbits earth; the earth-moon system as a who
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ASTRO 1 Chapter 2: 2. Knowing the Heavens

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Stars move in counter-clockwise circles around a fixed point above the northern horizon. 2-1 naked-eye astronomy had an important place in civilization
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ASTRO 1 Chapter 5: 5. The Nature of Light

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ASTRO 1 Chapter 8: 8. Comparative Planetology II: The Origin of Our Solar System

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Comparative planetology ii: the origin of our. 8-1 any model of solar system origins must explain the present-day sun and planets. Three key properties
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ASTRO 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Extremophile, Circumstellar Habitable Zone, Exhalation

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27-1 the chemical building blocks of life are found in space. Organic molecules: carbon-based compounds including all the molecules of which living org
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ASTRO 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Hertzsprung–Russell Diagram, Harlow Shapley, Elliptical Galaxy

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23-1 when galaxies were first discovered, it was not clear that they lie far beyond the milky way. The great debate: harlow shapley vs. heber d. curtis
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ASTRO 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Hubble Space Telescope, Scientific Method, Crab Nebula

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ASTRO 1 Chapter 7: 7. Comparative Planetology I: Our Solar System

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Out solar system has only one star -- the sun. 7. 1 the solar system has two broad categories of planets: earthlike and jupiterlike. Earth: liquid wate
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ASTRO 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Retrograde And Prograde Motion, Deferent And Epicycle, The Moons

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ASTRO 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Optical Telescope, Focal Length, Angular Diameter

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ASTRO 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Absolute Time And Space, Gravitational Redshift, Static Universe

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