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Source:  HAO's PSPT project

Source:  HAO's PSPT project

The Sun Through Different Filters. Source:  HAO's PSPT project

By johana
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Belle upgrade: Tracking and Vertexing

Belle upgrade: Tracking and Vertexing

Belle upgrade: Tracking and Vertexing T.Kawasaki(Niigata-U) Introduction High luminosity B factory High precision measurement with high statistics to search the new physics in B decays Many modes which are sensitive to new physics need High Hermeticity

By bernad
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STELLAR EVOLUTION

STELLAR EVOLUTION

STELLAR EVOLUTION. Once stars have been created, the time scales and other details of their evolution (and eventual fate) depend primarily on their initial mass, and secondarily on their initial composition.

By LionelDale
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Stellar Evolution

Stellar Evolution

Stellar Evolution. Introduction. Leaving the Main Sequence Evolution of a Sun-like Star The CNO Cycle Evolution of Stars More Massive than the Sun Learning Astronomy from History Mass Loss from Giant Stars Observing Stellar Evolution in Star Clusters

By Mercy
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Gymnosperm Intro and evolution Life cycle and reproduction Uses and significance Angiosperms: Flowering plants Intro and

Gymnosperm Intro and evolution Life cycle and reproduction Uses and significance Angiosperms: Flowering plants Intro and

12: Gymnosperms and Angiosperms. Gymnosperm Intro and evolution Life cycle and reproduction Uses and significance Angiosperms: Flowering plants Intro and evolution Life cycle and reproduction Uses and significance Monocots vs. dicots. Kingdom Plantae. Evolutionary tree of plants

By niveditha
(1175 views)

Chapters 20-21

Chapters 20-21

Chapters 20-21. Protists and Fungi. IV. Kingdom Protista . Protist: eukaryote that is not a plant, animal, or a fungus Classified according to the way they obtain nutrition. V. Animal-like Protists: Protozoans. Zooflagellates: swim using flagella

By tate
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Introduction to Stellar Evolution

Introduction to Stellar Evolution

Introduction to Stellar Evolution. 13.7 billion years ago, the Universe as we know it came to being as a result of what we call the “Big Bang”. At that time the Universe contained only protons and electrons. Eventually those protons and electrons combined to form Hydrogen and Helium.

By latisha
(310 views)

Optics, Fibre Optics, and Lasers

Optics, Fibre Optics, and Lasers

Optics, Fibre Optics, and Lasers. Optics Structure and operation of the eye Corrective optics Fibre Optics Optical fibre basics Use of fibre optics in medicine Lasers in medicine. Introduction.

By hien
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MAIN SEQUENCE STARS, Red Giants and White Dwarfs

MAIN SEQUENCE STARS, Red Giants and White Dwarfs

MAIN SEQUENCE STARS, Red Giants and White Dwarfs. Stars are powered by fusion reactions. When a fuel is exhausted the star’s structure changes dramatically, producing Post-Main Sequence Evolution. ENERGY GENERATION. Key to all MS stars’ power:

By mignon
(279 views)

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad. Astronomy C 2007 Joshua Haislip. Stellar Nurseries. Evaporating Gaseous Globules . Shockwaves from distant supernovae or gravity from nearby stars can trigger collapse. Consists of dense regions of molecular hydrogen

By kaori
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Asteroids

Asteroids

Asteroids. Not just for kids anymore. Goals. What are asteroids? How do we know? Why do we care?. Asteroids. All planets and moons have been modified chemically and geologically. Where do you look for a piece of the original “stuff” of the solar system? Asteroids and comets.

By coyne
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OPEN STAR CLUSTER M11

OPEN STAR CLUSTER M11

OPEN STAR CLUSTER M11. Rosalina Bonilla Jennifer Hsieh Mary Lou Juanatas Cluster 7: Stars, Sight, and Science . OUTLINE. Background of Star Clusters Description of project Messier 11 Ideal Gas Law Star Formation Stellar Evolution Observation & data collection of M11

By bayley
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Stars, Galaxies, and Constellations

Stars, Galaxies, and Constellations

Stars, Galaxies, and Constellations. Stars = objects in space, made of gases, which produce their own light and heat. Earth’s nearest star is the sun (149,600,000 km away) The next nearest star is Proxima Centauri (4.24 light years away) Light year = the distance light travels in 1 year

By michiko
(229 views)

web usability

web usability

web usability. Module 1 Elements of Web Design. design and usability. Design – what is it? Usability- what is it? The Web – Make it usable- Ask… What are the company’s goals for the site? Who are the site’s users? What are their goals? Do different users have different goals?

By lulu
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The Gut Wall

The Gut Wall

The Gut Wall. The Gut Wall. The gut wall is divided into 3 main layers: An outer muscle layer , protected by a thin coating of fibres A middle layer, called the submucosa An inner layer, called the mucosa. The structure of the gut wall is not the same all along the gut.

By strom
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Beampipe design

Beampipe design

Beampipe design. F.Raffaelli. Framework for Geant4 Interaction Region simulation. G.Calderini, M.Marchiori, M.Mazur, E.Paoloni . 1) Beampipe design. F.Raffaelli. Some figures of merit. Power dissipation 1 KW Beam Pipe Radius O(1 cm) T Inlet 8 C T MAX raise 3 C

By gur
(113 views)

The Giant Planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus & Neptune

The Giant Planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus & Neptune

The Giant Planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus & Neptune. Chapter 8. Jovian Planets: Basics. Distance: 5-30 AU Much farther from Sun than terrestrial planets Much colder (100-50 K) Mass: 10-100 Earth masses Much more massive than terrestrial planets Jupiter & Saturn are similar

By salena
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Mercurian Tectonics

Mercurian Tectonics

Mercurian Tectonics. Virginia Pasek. Tectonics defined. Also known as crustal deformation tectonics is the result of stresses in the outer layers of a planet that are produced by thermal and/or mechanical processes Occurs on terrestrial planets and the Moon. It happened long, long ago.

By geoff
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Regents Living Environment Mr. Skolnick

Regents Living Environment Mr. Skolnick

Regents Living Environment Mr. Skolnick. Gas Exchange: Chapter 11 Excretion: Chapter 12. Gas Exchange. Gas Exchange: the general back-and-forth movement of carbon dioxide and oxygen between organisms and their environment.

By lieu
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The Genus Staphylococcus

The Genus Staphylococcus

The Genus Staphylococcus. Contains about 40 species and several species have a number of “subspecies” (Bergey’s Manual) The two we are concerned about are S. aureus and S. epidermidis Gram-positive, non-motile cocci that exist as “grape-like” clusters

By mercer
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