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Space Review

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Jessica Kropac

on 26 January 2017

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Transcript of Space Review

Celestial Bodies
Luminous vs. Non-Luminous
Planets
Requirements to be a planet
Types of Celestial Bodies

Motions of Celestial Bodies
Orbital Radius
Gravity
Solstice vs. Equinox
Big Bang Theory
Who first said the Universe in expanding?
Events of the Big Bang
Evidence of the Big Bang
Stars
Relationships between size, luminosity, colour
Apparent vs. Absolute magnitude
Life cycle of stars
How do stars get energy
Space Review
Constellations
Why are the constellations moving?
Circumpolar asterism
Order of the planets
Rocky Planets vs Gas Giants
What separates the Rocky Planets from the Gas Giants?
Enough mass to form a sphere
It's own orbit
Dominate it's own orbit
Meteors, meteorites, meteoroids
Comets
Stars
Planets
The further away the planet is from the sun, the larger the orbital radius.
Mass and size both affect a planet's gravity.
Solstice: One in winter (longest night) and one in summer (longest day).

Equinox: Day and night are equal.
Edwin Hubble
The whole Universe was in a hot dense state . . .
The Universe is moving apart
Red Shift
Static
Blue stars are large, hot, and bright.

Red stars are small, cooler, and less bright
Absolute magnitude: How bright a star actually is

Apparent magnitude: How bright a star appears to be.
Low Mass
Medium Mass
High Mass
Nebula
100 billion years
Red Dwarf
White Dwarf
Black Dwarf
Nebula
10 billion years
Red Giant
White Dwarf
Black Dwarf
Nebula
Less then 7 billion years
Red Supergiant
Supernova
Neutron Star OR Black Hole
The Sun
Location of the core, radiative zone, convection zone, photoshpere, chromoshphere.

Hottest part of the sun?
Galaxies
What galaxy do we live in?
What galaxy is closest to us?
Recognize galaxy shapes.
Satellites
Natural Satellites vs. Artificial Satellites
Orbits
Three types of orbits
Low
Medium
Geostationary
Measuring Distances
Astronomical Unit
Light Year
CELEBRATE! YOU'RE DONE :)
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