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Insert names of Presenters . Insert the name of your travel agency here . Your Task. Remember : Your goal is to convince people that they need to travel to different planets in the solar system by using your travel company. Be convincing by choosing appropriate photographs and words.

By hume
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The Effects of Gravity & Tides

The Effects of Gravity & Tides

The Effects of Gravity & Tides. 8-4.4 Explain the motions of Earth and the Moon and the effects of these motions as they orbit the Sun (including day, year, phases of the Moon, eclipses, and tides). 8-4.7 Explain the effects of gravity on tides and planetary orbits.

By said
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Performance reach of LHC beam dump

Performance reach of LHC beam dump

Performance reach of LHC beam dump. B.Goddard: input from L.Ducimetière, W.Bartmann, V.Mertens, J.Borburgh, F.Velotti, M.Barnes, C.Bracco, V.Senaj, M.Meddahi, V.Kain, J.Uythoven.

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SLS & Diamond Timing System update

SLS & Diamond Timing System update

SLS & Diamond Timing System update. Timo Korhonen PSI 1. Concepts revisited…again 3. New (Diamond) cards features and status 4. EPICS interface 5. Conclusions. Event receiver. Event code. Event generator. Fanout. Event receiver. Event receiver. Optical fiber links.

By jun
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AXEL-2009 Introduction to Particle Accelerators

AXEL-2009 Introduction to Particle Accelerators

AXEL-2009 Introduction to Particle Accelerators. Longitudinal motion: The basic synchrotron equations. What is Transition ? RF systems. Motion of low & high energy particles. Acceleration. What are Adiabatic changes?. Rende Steerenberg (BE/OP) 21 January 2009. But.

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Industrial Revolution Time Period

Industrial Revolution Time Period

Industrial Revolution Time Period. Following the War of 1812 through early 1900s. What was the Industrial Revolution?. It is actually a series of revolutions which improved industry and manufacturing, transportation, agricultural production and communication.

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Moderate Period: French Revolution

Moderate Period: French Revolution

Moderate Period: French Revolution. MAKE THEM SAY IT. Instructions. We will be playing a game called “Make them say it” Game is player in pairs One student looks at the LCD screen and the other looks to the back of the room A vocabulary word will appear on the screen

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Radical Period of the French Revolution

Radical Period of the French Revolution

Radical Period of the French Revolution. Understand how and why radicals abolished the monarchy. Explain why the Committee of Public Safety was created and why the Reign of Terror resulted. Summarize how the excesses of the Convention led to the formation of the Directory.

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Interlude - Artistic Revolution #3 The Modernist Period

Interlude - Artistic Revolution #3 The Modernist Period

Interlude - Artistic Revolution #3 The Modernist Period. the Petrarch of Modernity wrt art: poet, art critic (new profession), Charles Baudelaire. when we last left Paris…. Courbet had just rearranged the hierarchy of importance in art The artist was at centerstage

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Events of the American Revolution Time Period

Events of the American Revolution Time Period

Events of the American Revolution Time Period. From French and Indian War To The American Revolution. French and Indian War. 1754-1763 Results of many years of conflict between France and Great Britain It led to the American Revolution because Great Britain was left with a huge war debt

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Interlude - Artistic Revolution #3 The Modernist Period

Interlude - Artistic Revolution #3 The Modernist Period

Interlude - Artistic Revolution #3 The Modernist Period. the Petrarch of Modernity wrt art: poet, art critic (new profession), Charles Baudelaire. when we last left Paris…. Courbet had just rearranged the hierarchy of importance in art The artist was at centerstage

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“The Period of Expanding Knowledge and Technological Revolution”

“The Period of Expanding Knowledge and Technological Revolution”

“The Period of Expanding Knowledge and Technological Revolution”. Perspectives from Nila Banton Smith & Matt Sutton. Introduction. The period 1950 to 1965 is a time of knowledge growth and technological innovation. (Sound familiar?) Nationalism is at the heart of education during this era.

By evan (109 views)

Industrial Revolution Seminar Starter Positions – 4 th Period

Industrial Revolution Seminar Starter Positions – 4 th Period

Industrial Revolution Seminar Starter Positions – 4 th Period. Inner Outer Cole Ryan Michaela Chris N Carly James Bryson Nisreen Jaden Kristi Tiana Andrew Anna Kaitlin Eric Chad Alex C Chris C Garret Sahana Abdou Sam Christian Brandon Haley Alex H

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Chapter 6: The French Revolution & Napoleon Section 3 - Radical Period of the French Revolution

Chapter 6: The French Revolution & Napoleon Section 3 - Radical Period of the French Revolution

Chapter 6: The French Revolution & Napoleon Section 3 - Radical Period of the French Revolution. Objectives:. Understand how and why radicals abolished the monarchy. Explain why the Committee of Public Safety was created and why the Reign of Terror resulted.

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Interlude - Artistic Revolution #2 The Renaissance - Realism Period Renaissance Art

Interlude - Artistic Revolution #2 The Renaissance - Realism Period Renaissance Art

Interlude - Artistic Revolution #2 The Renaissance - Realism Period Renaissance Art. The Renaissance ~1400-1600. …was not a revolutionary period in science. first, people needed to free themselves from the authority in all walks of life

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