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Make a list of words that come to mind when you hear the word: Astronomy
SunUniverse EarthBig Bang Theory MoonAsteroids PlanetsMeteors StarsConstellations CometsSatellites NASAGravity Black HolesSupernova
History of Astronomy
Essential Question How do astronomers learn what is beyond our atmosphere? Todays Objectives: – Explain geocentric and heliocentric models of solar system – Describe history of Astronomy
Before We Begin… Planets Solar System Solar System Galaxy Galaxies Universe
Early Greek Astronomers Ptolemy Geocentric Model – states that the Earth is the center of everything in universe Planets move in perfect circles around the Earth
Copernicus 1500s Polish astronomer Heliocentric Model – states that the Sun is the center of the universe Planets move in perfect circles around the Sun
Galileo Late 1500s - early 1600s Believed Heliocentric Model Inventor of telescope – Observed moons of Jupiter – Observed phases of Venus
Kepler Late 1500s, German mathematician Planets have elliptical orbits Unable to explain why planets orbits were elliptical
Newton 1600s-1700s Studied Gravity – developed Universal Law of Gravitation Explained why planets orbit in ellipses
Einstein Physicist, early 1900s Theory of Relativity E= mc 2 Energy = (Mass)(Speed of light) 2
Origin of Modern Astronomy START EXIT Funded by Title V HIS Grant at LAMC and U.S Department of Education Corresponds to Ch 3 in book Astro by Seeds Prepared.
The Solar System Chapter 24 Section 1. Earth Centered Models (Geocentric) Various models of the solar system with Earth at the center. Various models.
Std. IE 1k- Students will recognize the cumulative nature of scientific evidence Objective 1: Compare models of the solar systems Objective 2: Summarize.
Astronomy Notes to Accompany the Text Astronomy Today, Chaisson, McMillan Jim Mims.
Factors that Changed the World View of Europeans SSWH13 The student will examine the intellectual, political, social, and economic factors that changed.
Astronomy Ancient Philosophies Aristotle ( ) B.C. Greek philosopher Believed the Earth was the center of the universe Earth was surrounded by water,
Ancient Greeks Golden Age of Astronomy - in Greece BC to 150 BC - said earth was round - estimated earths circumference - cataloged stars.
-The Scientific Revolution -. I. Challenging Old Ideas A. The Scientific Revolution involved challenges to the traditional way of understanding the universe.
More Light, History, Gravity, Distance, Relativity, and Space-time.
The Solar System and Some Early Astronomers Category 1 of 1 Question: Galileo thought that _________ __________ created the tides. This shows that even.
Eng. Mohamed Salah Ebeida Teaching Training Course for Future Professors Alexandria University 9 / 26 / 2002 Our Picture of The Universe.
The Scientific Revolution The Enlightenment Thinkers The Age of Exploration.
© 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Making Sense of the Universe: Understanding Motion, Energy, and Gravity.
Inertia!. History ~300 B.C.E. Aristotle (Greek) ~300 B.C.E. Aristotle (Greek) Divided motion into two categories: Divided motion into two categories:
Space: The Big Picture Chap 1; Lesson 1.1 T.O.C: Space in Perspective.
Chapter 3 The Solar System. How was it formed l The Nebular Theory l Started as nebula about 5 billion years ago – Composed of hydrogen and helium l Nearby.
The Scientific Revolution. Man and Ideas The Scientific Revolution & the Enlightenment challenged and changed the way people thought about the world.
Our Solar System. Historical Astronomy – Wandering Stars Greeks watched the stars move across the sky and noticed five stars that wandered around and.
Science Language and Vocabulary ASTRONOMY. axis of rotation The spinning of objects around an imaginary center line.
Movement. Movement The amount of change in movement of an object is based on the mass of the object and the amount of force exerted.
Cosmic Voyage Fill in the details from the video that correspond with the Main Ideas. Main IdeaSupporting Details.
Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation Nicolaus Copernicus- Polish astronomer who said that the Earth revolves around the sun, not the other way around!
Copyright © InteractiveScienceLessons.com Early Space Ideas.
§A. A polish astronomer in the 16th Century, realized that our model of our solar system worked much better if we put the Sun at the center and not.
Who Am I? What do I do? ASTROPHYSICS: That branch of astronomy which treats of the physical or chemical properties of the celestial bodies.
From RegentsEarth.com win.
Lecture series from Conceptual Physics, 8 th Ed..
History of Astronomy Arny, 3 rd Edition, Chapter 1.
Downs 4 th Grade Science Solar System Review The Planets & Other Objects in Space.
Chapter #7 The Solar System. The word solar refers to a. The Sun b. The Moon c. Earth d. Outer space.
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