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The Ordered Universe

The Ordered Universe

The Ordered Universe. The Birth of Modern Astronomy (Trefil & Hazen, The Sciences , Ch 2). Homer’s “Bear that never bathes”. Stonehenge. …one of several old “time-reckoning” machines. It’s moving parts are in the sky. Ancient astronomy. Great Pyramid of Giza.

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Astronomy 101 Planetarium Lab

Astronomy 101 Planetarium Lab

Astronomy 101 Planetarium Lab. Instructor: Brian Pohl ConOps: Craig Zdanowicz www.physics.unc.edu/~bpohl/ YOU MAY SIT WHERE YOU WISH. Planetary Motions. How long does Mars take to orbit the Sun? How about Venus? Why do the planets appear to move backwards … sometimes??.

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Announcements

Announcements

Announcements.

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PLANETARY MOTIONS

PLANETARY MOTIONS

PLANETARY MOTIONS. A few commonly confused terms:. 1. ROTATION is the motion of a planet SPINNING on its axis: 1 complete rotation = 1 day 2. REVOLUTION is the motion of a planet ORBITING its star (sun): 1 complete revolution = 1 year. Planets are in motion around stars due to:.

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The General Catalog of 1937

The General Catalog of 1937

The General Catalog of 1937. Advances in positional astronomy. Nicolaus Copernicus devised the first comprehensive heliocentric model. Copernicus’s heliocentric (Sun-centered) theory simplified the general explanation of planetary motions

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The Copernican Revolution

The Copernican Revolution

The Copernican Revolution. The Birth of Modern Science. What do we see in the sky?. The stars move in the sky but not with respect to each other The planets (or “wanderers”) move differently from stars They move with respect to the stars They exhibit strange retrograde motion

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Celestial Motions & Early Cosmologies

Celestial Motions & Early Cosmologies

Celestial Motions & Early Cosmologies. Sections 1.1-1.2. Reminders. Reading quiz for Chapter 1, Sections 3 and 4, due on Mallard prior to start of next class. Weekly reflection #1 will be sent via email later today and will be due via email prior to start of class on Tuesday.

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JOHANNES KEPLER (:

JOHANNES KEPLER (:

JOHANNES KEPLER (:. Done by: V. Ramya Nur Dayana Mimi Amira Hanin Insyirah. BIOGRAPHY. December 27, 1571  November 15, 1630 German mathematician , astronomer  and  astrologer , and key figure in the 17th century . CONTRIBUTIONS (:. known for his laws of planetary motions

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ASTRO 101

ASTRO 101

ASTRO 101. Principles of Astronomy. Instructor: Jerome A. Orosz (rhymes with “ boris ” ) Contact:. Telephone: 594-7118 E-mail: orosz@sciences.sdsu.edu WWW: http://mintaka.sdsu.edu/faculty/orosz/web/ Office: Physics 241, hours T TH 3:30-5:00.

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The Copernican Revolution

The Copernican Revolution

The Copernican Revolution. The Birth of Modern Science. What do we see in the sky?. The stars move in the sky but not with respect to each other The planets (or “wanderers”) move differently from stars They move with respect to the stars They exhibit strange retrograde motion

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