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Cosmology

Wanna be like Dr. Sheldon Cooper?
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David Chizzonite

on 9 June 2015

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Transcript of Cosmology

Cosmology
The study of the origin,
structure, & behavior
of the Universe.
Edwin Hubble
Stephen Hawking
George Smoot
Some of the
STARS

of Cosmology
Vesto Slipher
James Edward
Keeler
William Wallace
Campbell
Summarized & popularized
the Red Shift Theory
Discovered Fusion as the
process that fuels stars.
Discovered the Cosmic Background
Radiation
(CBR),
& quantified it at
3 Degrees Kelvin.
All independently verified the existence
of the Doppler Red Shift of distant
celestial bodies
Ejnar Hertzsprung
Henry Norris
Russell
Developer of many new theories
in the study of black holes and
the application of general and
special relativity to cosmology.
Helped develop a clear
model of the life cycle
of a star.
Dr. Sheldon Cooper
Likes it when people sing
the song "Soft Kitty"
Evidence:
The CBR of 3 deg K
The Doppler Red Shifting of distant stars and galaxies
If an object is moving towards you,
the light waves will be "squished"
and look "bluer" than they really are.
If an object is moving away from you,
the light waves will be "stretched"
and look "redder" than they really are.
Hans Bethe
Hydrogen Spectra
the materials for new
planets & stars is found in
the dust released from
Nova's & Supernovas,
Our young planet was inhospitable to life,
with an atmosphere composed of Methane, Carbon Dioxide, and Sulfur.
Earth is hit by an object 1/4 its size.
The ejecta from this collision forms
the Moon.
Universe
Galaxies
Solar
System
Collection Of Galaxies
Clusters of Stars
Single Star
Satellites
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