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The Solar System Diane Vizzard Franklin Elementary

The Solar System Diane Vizzard Franklin Elementary

The Solar System Diane Vizzard Franklin Elementary At the center of our solar system is the sun. Nine planets orbit the sun.

By elina
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C/2002 T7 (LINEAR)

C/2002 T7 (LINEAR)

C/2002 T7 (LINEAR). Bit of Administration …. Homeworks Due in lecture or by 3:45 on Friday at 6515 Sterling Error in Question 5: replace ‘3’ with ‘4’ Office Hours M 3:30-5:30 ==> 3:30 - 4:35 (Honors at 4:35) Observing Lab Continue Lab 3 Higher quality of recording data

By JasminFlorian
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Earth’s Formation and Structure

Earth’s Formation and Structure

Earth’s Formation and Structure. How Did Earth Form?. Evidence comes from Earth, other bodies in the solar system, and the universe. Earth's surface and internal structure and composition. Rock samples from the Moon. Asteroids. Planetary probes and rovers. Telescope observations.

By tamah
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Bellringer

Bellringer

Chapter 21. Section 1 The Nine Planets. Bellringer. Create a mnemonic device to help you remember the order of the planets: M ercury, V enus, E arth, M ars, J upiter, S aturn, U ranus, N eptune, P luto Example: My very eccentric mother just sent us nine pigs. Chapter 21.

By stormy
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The Outer Planets

The Outer Planets

The Outer Planets. The Inner Planets to Scale. 3,031 mi 7,521 mi 7,926 mi 4,222 mi. 5.4 g/cm3 5.2 g/cm3 5.5 g/cm3 3.9 g/cm^3. The Outer Planets to Scale. 88,700 mi 75,000 mi 31,700 mi 30,200 mi. 1.3 g/cm3 0.7 g/cm3 1.3 g/cm3 1.6 g/cm3.

By tareq
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Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE

Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE

Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE. Tarbuck Lutgens . . Chapter 1. Introduction to Earth Science.  Encompasses all sciences that seek to understand. Overview of Earth Science. 1.1 What Is Earth Science ?. Earth. Earth's neighbors in space. Overview of Earth Science.

By sun
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The Jovian Planets

The Jovian Planets

The Jovian Planets. Chapter 7. Topics. Jupter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune How do we know? Why do we care? What is common about the outer planets? What is peculiar to each of these planets?. Jovian planets (Jupiter-like). Size. radius is about 1/10 of the radius of the Sun.

By tamas
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The Planets

The Planets

The Planets. The eight planets that orbit the sun are (in order from the Sun): Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter (the biggest planet in our Solar System) Saturn (with large, orbiting rings) Uranus Neptune

By aquarius
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THE MOON

THE MOON

THE MOON. Definitions. Year – time that a planet takes to go around the sun once. Revolution – motion of a body orbiting another body in space

By judd
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Day #4

Day #4

Day #4. Astronomy—Solar System Intro. Review vocab from days 2-3, then quiz. theory Geocentric model/theory Heliocentric model/theory Big Bang universe galaxy solar system. Milky Way spiral galaxy Local Group. Review Questions.

By asis
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Introduction to Astronautics Sissejuhatus kosmonautikasse

Introduction to Astronautics Sissejuhatus kosmonautikasse

Tallinn University of Technology. Introduction to Astronautics Sissejuhatus kosmonautikasse. Vladislav Pust õnski 2009. Sphere of influence. Patch conics method. Lunar & planetary missions.

By tress
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The Gas Giants

The Gas Giants

The Gas Giants. Astronomy 311 Professor Lee Carkner Lecture 16. Gas Giant Basics. The 4 largest planets of the solar system are the gas giants Does not include Pluto The gas giants have no real surface, all we see is atmosphere. Missions to the Outer Planets.

By gayle
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ASTR-101 Section 020 Lecture 7 Comparative Planetology I: Our Solar System

ASTR-101 Section 020 Lecture 7 Comparative Planetology I: Our Solar System

ASTR-101 Section 020 Lecture 7 Comparative Planetology I: Our Solar System. John T. McGraw, Professor Laurel Ladwig, Planetarium Manager. Guiding Questions. Are all the other planets similar to Earth, or are they very different? Do other planets have moons like Earth’s Moon?

By salena
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EARTH SCIENCE

EARTH SCIENCE

EARTH SCIENCE. Mr. Murphy. SPRING 2009. .  Encompasses all sciences that seek to understand. 1.1 What Is Earth Science ?. Earth. Earth's neighbors in space. 1.1 What Is Earth Science?.  Earth science includes. 1. geology, the study of Earth.

By skipper
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Interstellar and Interplanetary Material

Interstellar and Interplanetary Material

Interstellar and Interplanetary Material. HST Astrobiology Workshop: May 5-9, 2002 P.C. Frisch University of Chicago. Outline:. The solar system is our template for understanding interplanetary material Heliosphere, solar wind, ISM Astrospheres Interstellar and interplanetary matter

By leala
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Overview of the Solar System

Overview of the Solar System

Overview of the Solar System. At the heart of science is an essential tension between two seemingly contradictory attitudes – an openness to new ideas, no matter how bizarre or counterintuitive they may be, and the most ruthless skeptical scrutiny of all ideas, old and new. - Carl Sagan.

By zeheb
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Structure of the Universe

Structure of the Universe

Structure of the Universe. Structure of the Universe Or What’s Out There and Where is it?. The Solar System. Note large separation of inner and outer planets. National Geographic Magazine. Remembering the names of the planets in order:. Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus

By aldon
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Lecture 6 : The Outer Planets

Lecture 6 : The Outer Planets

Lecture 6 : The Outer Planets. Robert Fisher. Items. Solution set 4 has been posted to the website. Reading/Homework set 5 has been posted to the website. Lunar eclipse tomorrow! Visible from moonrise (at about 5:50 PM) though about 7:15 PM. Look just north of due East to see the moon rise.

By thornton
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The Solar System Science

The Solar System Science

The Solar System Science. The solar system is the sun and the objects that orbit around it. The sun is the center of the solar system. It is a star. Planets. A planet is a large body of rock or gas that orbits the sun. The solar system has eight planets, including Earth. Planets.

By kamil
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Two Interesting (to me!) Topics

Two Interesting (to me!) Topics

Two Interesting (to me!) Topics. Neither topic is in Goldstein. Taken from the undergraduate text by Marion & Thornton. Topic 1: Orbital or Space Dynamics For those who have applied interests! Topic 2: Apsidal Angles & Precession For those who have basic physics interests!.

By calder
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