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Cosmology – The Origin and Evolution of the Universe

Cosmology – The Origin and Evolution of the Universe

Cosmology – The Origin and Evolution of the Universe. Expanding Universe – consistent w/ a Big Bang? Olber’s Paradox Large Scale Structure and relation to Dark Matter Evidence for the Big Bang The Cosmic Microwave Background The abundances of the elements

By booker
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Do your course evaluations. http://www.pa.uky.edu

Do your course evaluations. http://www.pa.uky.edu

Do your course evaluations. http://www.pa.uky.edu Only 10% of the class has completed the evaluations so far. I will add 5 points on your final exam if you complete the evaluation. Cosmology: A brief history. Ancient peoples thought the universe was much much smaller than it really is.

By oki
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Introduction to Marine Science

Introduction to Marine Science

Introduction to Marine Science. 123rf.com. mare.hawaii.edu. Unit 2 Mrs. Jeffcoat. scrippsnews.ucsd.edu. Unit 2 Objectives:. Define Marine Science What are the four branches of oceanography? What are careers in the field of oceanography?

By gavivi
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Why is the Night Sky Dark?

Why is the Night Sky Dark?

Why is the Night Sky Dark?. ‘Cosmology’ Studies of the universe as a whole… Today… Brief history of ideas (Early Greeks  Big Bang ) The e x pa n d in g universe (Hubble, Relativity, density & destiny) An alternative theory: The ‘Steady State ’ model.

By latika
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Welcome to Class 3: Stars, Galaxies and the Universe

Welcome to Class 3: Stars, Galaxies and the Universe

Welcome to Class 3: Stars, Galaxies and the Universe . Remember: sit only in the first 10 rows of the room. Are we really made of ‘Star Stuff ’? What the heck does that mean, anyway?. Only 4% of the Universe is made of matter astronomers understand. What evidence is there for this?.

By clara
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CS 473 -Algorithms I

CS 473 -Algorithms I

CS 473 -Algorithms I. Lecture X Ackermann ’ s Function and Its Inverse. if i = 0. if i > 0 and lg (i-1) n > 0. if i > 0 and. or. lg (i-1) n is undefined. undefined. Repeated Exponentiation Function g( i ). i. That is. The parameter i gives the height of the stack of 2 ’ s

By urvi
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Springel, Frenk & White 2006, Nature, 440, 11

Springel, Frenk & White 2006, Nature, 440, 11

Springel, Frenk & White 2006, Nature, 440, 11. de Lapparent, Geller & Huchra 1986. LSS. LSS. LSS. Cmbgg OmOl. How flat is space?. Somewhat. Cmbgg OmOl. How flat is space?.  tot =1.003 . Cmbgg OmOl. CMB+SN Ia. CMB+LRG. Beth Reid et al, arXiv 0907.1559. Cmbgg OmOl.

By borka
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More on the A-Word

More on the A-Word

More on the A-Word. Credit: Anthony Aguirre, Martin Rees, Frank Wilczek Blame: Max Tegmark. dse. Big Bang Zoom. Four gradual discoveries: The Universe is much larger than once imagined The Universe can be well described mathematically

By mauli
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Cosmology – The Origin and Evolution of the Universe

Cosmology – The Origin and Evolution of the Universe

Cosmology – The Origin and Evolution of the Universe. Expanding Universe – consistent w/ a Big Bang? Olber’s Paradox Large Scale Structure and relation to Dark Matter Evidence for the Big Bang The Cosmic Microwave Background The abundances of the elements

By chace
(199 views)

The Early Universe II

The Early Universe II

The Early Universe II. AST 112. Review: Observable Universe. There is a distance from us at which there is so much expanding space that an object at this distance is carried away from us at greater than the speed of light. We cannot ever observe this object.

By wright
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Outline - Jan. 19, 2010

Outline - Jan. 19, 2010

Outline - Jan. 19, 2010. Units of measurement for the course (pg. 6) Our place in the universe (pgs. 2-5) The universe as a time machine (pgs. 7 and 8) Motion in the universe (pgs. 15-20) What can we learn by looking at the sky without a telescope? (Ch. 2). To get the notes, go to

By mika
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The Early Universe I

The Early Universe I

The Early Universe I. AST 112. Review: Hubble’s Law. Space is expanding in all directions This is carrying everything away from everything else This does not apply to objects that are bound by gravity When light is emitted by an object, it travels in expanding space

By bevis-pugh
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Cosmology : a short introduction

Cosmology : a short introduction

Cosmology : a short introduction. Mathieu Langer Institut d’Astrophysique Spatiale Université Paris-Sud XI Orsay, France. Egyptian School on High Energy Physics CTP-BUE , Egypt 27 May – 4 June 2009. 0. What do we see ?. (depends on wavelength…).

By bianca-atkins
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SGES 1302 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SYSTEM

SGES 1302 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SYSTEM

SGES 1302 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SYSTEM. LECTURE 1: Introduction to Course The Universe. Course Info. SGES 1302 INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SYSTEM. DR. NG THAM FATT Room GB214, Tel:79674153, email:thamfatt@gmail.com TESTS : (1=5 Oct); (2=24 Oct); (3=30 Nov); (4=21 Dec); Total 40%

By fallon-bowers
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No End in Sight: The Runaway Expansion of the Universe and the Fate of the Cosmos

No End in Sight: The Runaway Expansion of the Universe and the Fate of the Cosmos

By Geoff Handsfield and Orville Day Dept. of Physics, East Carolina University 1 April 2008. No End in Sight: The Runaway Expansion of the Universe and the Fate of the Cosmos. Olber's Paradox, “The Dark Night Riddle”. Why is the sky dark at night? Consider the following:

By kristen-wong
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New Planet Definition Proposed by IAU

New Planet Definition Proposed by IAU

New Planet Definition Proposed by IAU. The IAU therefore resolves that planets and other Solar System bodies be defined in the following way:

By ashton-rojas
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Cosmology : a short introduction

Cosmology : a short introduction

Cosmology : a short introduction. Mathieu Langer Institut d’Astrophysique Spatiale Université Paris-Sud XI Orsay, France. Egyptian School on High Energy Physics CTP-BUE , Egypt 27 May – 4 June 2009. 0. What do we see ?. (depends on wavelength…).

By lee-lewis
(100 views)

Put these objects in the correct order, from nearest to farthest from Earth:

Put these objects in the correct order, from nearest to farthest from Earth:

Put these objects in the correct order, from nearest to farthest from Earth:. The Moon, Mars, the Sun, the nearest stars, Pluto The Moon, Mars, the Sun, Pluto, the nearest stars The Moon, the Sun, Mars, Pluto, the nearest stars Mars, the Moon, the Sun, the nearest stars, Pluto.

By arden-daniel
(280 views)

PHYSICS 2-3

PHYSICS 2-3

PHYSICS 2-3. The texts for this course are: H. D. Young & R. A. Freedman, UNIVERSITY PHYSICS 10 TH ed. 1999. H. D. Young & R. A. Freedman, MODERN PHYSICS 11 TH ed. 2003 . French, A.P. VIBRATIONS AND WAVES 1971 .

By fabienne-kael
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