Ppt on inhabiting other planets in our solar

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. Movement: Like the land we inhabit, the ocean floor is full of mountain ranges, valleys, and plains. ** Please do this interactive activity in lesson 1, under “Discover” page/planets or planet- like stuff revolving around a star. In our solar system, eight planets revolve around the sun; and one dwarf planet (Pluto). Astronomical (space) unit is often used. One AU equals 150 million kilometers Starting distance in AU 1 AU km AU Ending distance in km 150,000,000 1 AU km AU *The AU units cancel each other/


Martin Ward. Our Solar System – unique or ubiquitous? A "planet" is defined as a celestial body that (a) is in orbit around the Sun, (b) has sufficient.

other planets… Where could we live? The Goldilocks constraint What are the necessary conditions for life to emerge and flourish? We assume require a terrestrial planet This planet/planets to form Galactic Habitable Zone Temperature of planets For life: require liquid water at surface of planet - temperature of the planet is critical Consider example of Earth: heat energy in from Sun balanced by Earth’s thermal emission Our solar/could be used to identify inhabited planets So… what’s the relevance of all this /


AN OUT OF THIS WORLD EXPERIENCE ALIEN ADVENTURE NASA Space Center needs information regarding the possibility of alternate living arrangements for inhabitants.

(using a Flip Camera) Book Tri-fold Brochure Poster Play Power Point Pick A Planet Gather information to record on your planning sheet. Planet & Alien Activity Planning Sheet Our planet is: ________________________________ We chose this planet because ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Research of our planet: 1.Location in solar system ________________________________ 2.Distance from Sun: ___________________________________ 3.Size of/


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1 God Is Smarter Than We Are God Is Smarter Than We Are The Word of God in the Subatomic World The Word of God in the Subatomic World.

Paul, the Reformation’s Martin Luther, Islam’s prophet Muhammad and other religious leaders couldn’t have known without telescopes and microscopes… 62 …Prior/church = New Testament Grace/church = New Testament God inhabits the praises of His people God inhabits the praises of His people Only you can prevent forest/Rights Reserved. www.creationevidence.org) www.creationevidence.org 135 NASA.gov “Like all planets in our solar system, Saturn "sings" with powerful radio signals. Scientists used data collected by/


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depend on others The Search: Our Solar System ● History Of The Solar System – Planet formation ● The Moon – History – Exploration ● Venus – Greenhouse effect – Exploration History of the Solar System ● Planets, Comets, Asteroids, Meteorites ● Protoplanetary disk ● Instabilities Planets ● All but Pluto inhabit a plane / 2, water vapor are `greenhouse gases which trap some IR in atmosphere ● Much of early CO 2 in Earths atmosphere locked up in oceans Greenhouse Effect ● Venus atmosphere has a huge amount of /


Origin of the Solar System GCSE ScienceChapter 12.

Solar System GCSE ScienceChapter 12 Next Orbit of the Planets 1 The four inner planets are rocky. They are kept in an orbit around the sun by gravity. Venus Earth Mars Mercury GCSE ScienceChapter 12 Orbit of the Planets 2 The other planets / planet with clouds. Oxygen and water available. Inhabited by life forms. GCSE ScienceChapter 12 MARS  Rocky with red dust on its surface.  May once have had water  No life found here so far. GCSE ScienceChapter 12 JUPITER  The largest planets (all the other planets /


In the solar system there are eight planets and each planet takes a different time to travel around the sun. To help people understand how long it takes.

day means that one side of its planet is the second hottest in the solar system yet the other side falls far past freezing point. /planet or our evil twin as this planet is completely inhabitable. Its day however is completely different from the Earths. It takes Venus 117 earth days to go from one sunrise to the next (Choi, 2012). Venus does have one other characteristic that helps differentiate its days fromEearths, Venus rotates the opposite way toEearth this means that the sun rises in the west and set in/


Science and Design in the Universe James Mackey 3/16/2012.

planet circling an ordinary star located in an inconsequential solar system located in a backwater place in one common galaxy among billions. There is absolutely nothing special about the Earth, and by implication also its inhabitants. Fortunately, modern discoveries have shown this principle to be completely false. In/ ways in which our planet is special and perhaps unique We do know today that there are planets around other stars, called extrasolar planets. As of Feb. 23, 2014 1074 planets in 812 systems/


The top image, which shows half of the surveyed area, displays nine different stars, circled in green, that contain planets. The planets were discovered.

from Sim PlantQuest and also try to find more new planets. Their instruments will determine whether light from a planet outside our solar system is similar to the light from Earth. NASAs Sim PlanetQuest is slated to identify nearby Earth-like planets that will be further examined by Terrestrial Planet Finder observatories to determine whether a planet is inhabitable or not. It is scheduled to launch within the/


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planets also rotate in that plane and direction (prograde). The larger, close-in moons all do, too. In our Solar System, the orbits of eight (!) planets are nearly circular. So are the orbits of the large, close-in moons. The mass of the Solar System is concentrated in/a trillion of ‘em, in the (spherical) Oort cloud, extending 1/20 parsec away Solar System Inhabitants Why are the planets in such a flat disk? This question spawned two competing theories… Where did the planets come from? The Encounter /


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–But you will travel outward away from your home on Earth, out past the moon, sun, and other planets, past the stars you see in the evening sky, and past billions more that can be seen only with the aid of the largest /have families of planets like our solar system. On some of those planets, liquid-water oceans and protective atmospheres may have sheltered the spark of life. –It is possible that at least a few other planets are inhabited by intelligent creatures who share our curiosity, and our wonder, at /


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by physics developed by Galileo, Newton and others PHYS 162 Class 314 Models of the Solar System Ptolemaic - Geocentric Earth at center and motionless Sun and other planets orbit the Earth on circles within circles. Think/in a manner similar to the way the seven planets revolve around our sun. Living beings inhabit these worlds." — Giordano Bruno Campo d’Fiore Rome also has farmer’s market and 4 nice inexpensive restaurants PHYS 162 Class 317 Other Models Tycho Brahe’s - Earth at center but other planets/


Global Science Earth Science & Ecology. What is Earth Science?  Earth Science is the study of the Earth and its neighbors in space. Some Earth scientists.

and how they affect Earths inhabitants Energy from the sun and how it drives our weather and climates Energy from the sun and how it drives our weather and climates  A knowledge of astronomy is essential to understanding the Earth. Astronomers can also use a knowledge of Earth materials, processes and history to understand other planets - even those outside of our own solar system. The four spheres/


{ The Solar System The 8 Planets (AND THE SUN!). THE 8 PLANETS: 1. Mercury 2. Venus 3. Earth 4. Mars 5. Jupiter 6. Saturn 7. Venus 8. Neptune (9.) the.

that traps heat, creating surface temperatures hot enough to melt lead. Venus spends slowly in the opposite direction of the other planets. Earth Earth is the ONLY planet that inhabits life! All the things we need to survive exist under a think layer of /Uranus is blue in color because its methane. Neptune Neptune has 6 rings! It is a dark and cold planet, and is the last of the hydrogen and helium gas planets in our solar system. In 2011, Neptune completed its first orbit since its discovery in 1846. The/


THE EARTH- MOON-SUN SYSTEM CHAP 22. MOTIONS OF EARTH Rotation – turning or spinning of a body on its axis Revolution – the motion of a body (planet) along.

water. Higher the crater density, Older the surface THE SOLAR SYSTEM 99.85% of the mass of our solar system is contained within the Sun. 0.15% of the remaining mass make up everything else (Planets). All planets move in the same direction in an elliptical orbit. Mercury – fastest orbit (48km/second) Neptune – slowest orbit (6km/second) THE PLANETS Terrestrial Planets – (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) relatively small and/


Unit 2. The planets in the Solar System. The Solar System The Solar System consists of a central star, the Sun, and several other bodies bound by gravity.

Unit 2. The planets in the Solar System The Solar System The Solar System consists of a central star, the Sun, and several other bodies bound by gravity that move around the Sun the bodies include planets, dwarf planets, satellites and another small bodies In our Solar System there are: Eight planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune Five dwarf planets: Ceres, between Mars and Jupiter, and the ones called the/


Chapter 3: Historical Astronomy and the Discovery of Natural Law Ptolemy vs. Copernicus: Earth in a natural vs central position Tycho Brahe’s observations.

(skin cancer). But, the Church said the sun was this perfect orb placed by God to light and warm our days. How dare Galileo claim it was scarred by ugly spots! Many religious authorities considered this… Heresy! Four Moons/epicycles needed to match observations because planets do NOT orbit in circles. Giordano Bruno in 1600 burned as a heretic for proposing the stars were other suns with solar systems that might be inhabited Tycho Brahe: 20 years of precise planet position measurements, used by Kepler /


The Traveling Exhibit Science Background Part C: Planet Quest prepared by Dr. Cherilynn Morrow for the Space Science Institute Boulder, CO.

. COMPARE The orbits of planets in our solar system (dashed blue lines) TO The orbits of the two Jupiter-sized planets detected in the star system HD 38529 (solid blue & green lines) WHAT DO YOU NOTICE? The orbit of planet “b” is closer to its star than Mercury is to the Sun! The orbit of planet “c” is more elliptical than Jupiter’s orbit. Other Star Systems are Different/


EART160 Planetary Sciences Francis Nimmo. Last Week – Solar System Formation Solar system formation involved collapse of a large gas cloud, triggered.

Properties In the absence of other processes,/planets (not to mention their inhabitants) What we will cover –What are the physical effects of impacts? –What can we infer about a planet from its cratering record? Why do impacts happen? Debris is left over from solar/our age-crater density curves Existing curves look about right Malin et al. Science 2006 Before After Probably mis-identified Evolving impactor population One complication is that the population of impactors has changed over time Early solar/


SOLAR SYSTEM Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Earth’s Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus & Neptune.

the atmosphere made up of? 78 percent nitrogen, 21 percent oxygen, and 1 percent other ingredients How many people inhabit Earth? 7 billion as of November 2011 Whats the highest elevation on Earth? Mt/ orbit the Sun? It takes about 29.46 Earth years for Saturn to orbit around our sun Saturn has over 30 moons. If there was an ocean big enough to hold /to the plane of the eclipitc, its poles face the sun. It is the coldest planet in the solar system How is its size compared to Earth’s? It is 14 times larger It /


1 Chapter 2 Origins  Formation of Universe, Solar System and Earth  Creation of Oceans.

others with their gravity, growing bigger still. The seeds of gas giant planets grow large enough to attract hydrogen and helium gas, making them into giant, mostly gaseous planets; moons form in disks of dust and gas that surround the planets. Terrestrial planets remain in inner solar system. Gas giant planets remain in outer solar/ Carbon dioxide Oxygen 0 4.5 4 3 2 1 Time (billions of years ago) The evolution of our atmosphere Early atmosphere quite different from today’s initial rise of O 2 2.7 b. y. ago /


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in the Atmosphere Insolation Variations  Solar brightness variations  sunspots & other stellar variations  Earth orbital variations  other planets’ gravity vary Earth’s orbit  Solar system environmental variation  moves through galactic environment Insolation Variations  Solar brightness variations  sunspots & other stellar variations  Earth orbital variations  other planets’ gravity vary Earth’s orbit  Solar/ can ignore our CO 2/inhabitable!!  Ground absorbs sunlight Ground heats (parking lots in/


Life in the Universe. 2© Sierra College Astronomy Department Life in the Universe Life on Earth Is there life beyond Earth? Great for science fiction.

inhabitants on the Moon. Herschel – claimed life existed on nearly all the planets. Lowell – thought he saw canals on Mars. Before searching for life elsewhere in/in our solar system. Moon and Mercury are barren and dry. Venus too hot for liquid water. Jovian planets are gaseous. This leaves Mars and a few of the moons orbiting the Jovian planets, notably Europa. 17© Sierra College Astronomy Department Life in the Universe Life in the Solar/ Department Life in the Universe Life Around Other Stars Rare /


2 There are 200 billion stars in our galaxy… …one of them is our Sun.

Wilson, ca 1920 And other planets were “discovered.” Uranus Pluto Neptune 5 The year 1781 The first planet “discovered.” William and /in exactly the same way as the seven planets of our system... The countless worlds in the universe are no worse and no less inhabited than our Earth” Giordano Bruno in De Linfinito Universo E Mondi 4 And in/in the wrong location. The right location in our solar system. Most of them have highly elliptical orbits, or are too close to their parent stars. Many of the new planets/


The Beginning of the Universe The universe was created 12-14 billion years ago in an event known as the big bang The universe started at an incredibly.

The organisms that inhabit these extreme environments are known as extremophiles. There are 3 basic necessities for life. –Liquid water –Other elements –A stable environment Where should we Search for life? Let’s take a look at our solar system. The Planets The planets are divided / mostly composed of Hydrogen and helium No solid surface Consist of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Jupiter Biggest planet in the solar System One day = 9 hours and 55 minutes However a year = 11.9 earth years Has 16 moons/


Earth and Environmental Science – The Nature of Science Chapter 1 How do we use science to study the Earth? What tools do we use? How do we share our.

other bodies in the universe. How does our position in the solar system influence life on Earth? How does our position in the solar system influence life on Earth? The Scope of Earth Science Meteorology –Meteorology is the branch of Earth science that studies the air that surrounds our planet/ that surrounds Earth. Earth’s hydrosphere is the system of all of the water on the planet. The biosphere is Earth’s inhabitants and their environments. All of Earth’s systems interact. You are part of the biosphere and/


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Our Focus will be on scientific UNDERSTANDING of the basic physical processes at work in the solar system –And how they help us relate the planets/ study the solar system? Importance to Earth and its inhabitants –we must understand the environment in which we /in this course Planetary orbits, Ancient Planetary Astronomy, Imaging Structure and Formation of the Solar System Fundamental Planetary Processes –Cratering,Surfaces, Interiors,Atmospheres A detailed look at each planet, and other objects in the solar/


Daisyworld. What is a System?  Definition: A system is a group of different components that interact with each other  Example: The climate system includes.

components that interact with each other  Example: The climate system includes the atmosphere, oceans, polar caps, clouds, vegetation…and lots of other things How do we study / from atmosphere Earth is unique in our solar system in its capacity to sustain highly diversified life Our Earth is a Unique Planet in the Solar System Loss of carbon :: /life on this planet. (Lovelock) Daisyworld Model Daisyworld is a hypothetical planet orbiting a sun that increases in intensity The planet is inhabited by 2 species/


Aurelio Peccei Lectures & Dialogues In collaboration with the European Support Center of the Club of Rome Thursday 23 February 2012 Heraclites and the.

our living planet A CULTURAL SWITCH: WE HAVE TO BECOME A NEW TREE MAN A PLANET INHABITED BY HUMANIZED TREE-MEN TODAY WE ARE CONFRONTED WITH FIVE MAJOR CIVILIZATION CRISISSES In/ EMPLOYMENT CRISIS If you take the point of view of an inhabitant of an other planet, called Sirius, you could say: Those guys have invented, /In front of this dramatic U turn of our consumer patterns SMALL IS BEAUTIFULL devices are important, but bigg devices like Solar Power Plant will be VITALY ESSENTIAL to succeed in the switch in/


Chapter 23 Using Natural Resources. Organisms and Their Environment An ecosystem is made up of all organisms living in an area and their physical environmet.

other times, change occurs as a more gradual response to natural fluctuations in the environment Organisms and Their Environment Ecosystems are constantly changing in response to natural and human disturbances As an ecosystem changes, older inhabitants gradually die out and new organisms move in, causing further changes in/ result from large-scale changes on the Planet Global Seasons: Just as Earth orbits the Sun in our Solar System, our Solar System orbits in the Milky Way Galaxy. Global Climate Change/


Science and Marine Biology Chapter 1. Importance of the oceans and Marine Organisms Oceans are the principal physical feature of our planet. They cover.

Oscillation (ENSO).Oceans are the principal physical feature of our planet. They cover nearly 71% of the earth’s surface. Oceans act as enormous solar powered engines that drive the various weather patterns affecting terrestrial/geology, geography, meteorology, and biology.  Marine Biology: The study of the living organisms that inhabit the seas and their interactions with each other. Diversity in the World’s Ocean Human Impact  Dumping trash, disposal of radioactive and industrial wastes, oil spills/


Historical View of Extraterrestrial Planets. The question of the existence of inhabited ( 사람이 살고 있는 ) worlds outside the Solar System goes back to ancient.

View of Extraterrestrial Planets The question of the existence of inhabited ( 사람이 살고 있는 ) worlds outside the Solar System goes back /there must be a number of planetary system like our solar system. Descartess concept therefore opened the door to the possibility of an infinite number of possible worlds. At the beginning / the same time, other teams were carrying out similar programs. Finally, in 1995, Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz announced the discovery of the first exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star, 51 /


2 There are 200 billion stars in our galaxy… …one of them is our Sun.

Wilson, ca 1920 And other planets were “discovered.” Uranus Pluto Neptune 5 The year 1781 The first planet “discovered.” William and /in exactly the same way as the seven planets of our system... The countless worlds in the universe are no worse and no less inhabited than our Earth” Giordano Bruno in De Linfinito Universo E Mondi 4 And in/in the wrong location. The right location in our solar system. Most of them have highly elliptical orbits, or are too close to their parent stars. Many of the new planets/


Planets in other Galaxies. Most planets we know of are within 0.5 kpc of the sun but our galaxy has a radius > 25 kpc.

Planets in other Galaxies Most planets we know of are within 0.5 kpc of the sun but our galaxy has a radius > 25 kpc Is our sun special? Most search programs for extrasolar planets concentrate on solar-like stars in the solar neighbourhood but is our sun special? The two / Spiral arms are the sites of star formation. We see the better well in the blue, because of the young luminous OB stars inhabiting them.  Spiral galaxies are found in low-density regions of the universe. Why do the spiral arms not wind up/


EART160 Planetary Sciences Francis Nimmo. Last Week - Volcanism How and why are melts generated? –Increase in mantle potential temperature; or –Reduction.

their inhabitants) –Samples from other planets! Impact Cratering - Topics Why and how do impacts happen? Crater morphology Cratering and ejecta mechanics Scaling of crater dimensions Cratered landscapes Planetary Effects Why do impacts happen? Debris is left over from solar system /Where  is the impact angle (90 o =vertical). How does this compare with our simple theoretical estimate? The Chixculub (dinosaur-killing) impact basin is 180 km in diameter. How big was the projectile? Take v i =20 km/s. How /


Life in the Universe. “There are infinite worlds both like and unlike this world of ours...We must believe that in all worlds there are living creatures.

are luminous, but their planets remain invisible to us because they are smaller and non- luminous. The countless worlds in the universe are no worse and no less inhabited than our Earth” Giordano Bruno (1584) in De Linfinito Universo E Mondi/in our Solar System Europa Titan Mars CallistoGanymede Enceladus Detecting Life in other Solar Systems The presence of life on Earth has a distinct effect on the composition of its atmosphere. It might be possible to deduce the presence of life on planets around other/


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how our solar system formed. In the five chapters that followed you surveyed the planets and found more clues about the origin of the solar system. But most traces of the early histories of the planets have been erased by geological activity or other processes/hits Earth? As you finish this chapter, you will have acquired real insight into your place in nature. You live on the surface of a planet. Are any other planets inhabited? That is the subject of the next, and final, chapter. Guidepost (continued) I. /


© 2004 Pearson Education Inc., publishing as Addison-Wesley 15. Our Star This weeks homework: 2 tutorials: “Formation of the Solar System” “Detecting Extrasolar.

planet beyond our solar system New Result! - first directly imaged and confirmed companion to a sunlike star, marking the dawn of a new era in planet detection © 2004 Pearson Education Inc., publishing as Addison-Wesley New Result! Planet/ from lower right to upper left. The giants and supergiants inhabit the upper right region of the diagram, above the main sequence/property of Cepheids enables us to measure distances to many other galaxies in which these variable stars have been observed. © 2004 Pearson/


Astronomy In the beginning. Pre-test True or False: True or False: 1) Greek Astronomers (600BC-150AD) used telescopes to observe stars. 1) Greek Astronomers.

In the beginning Pre-test True or False: True or False: 1) Greek Astronomers (600BC-150AD) used telescopes to observe stars. 1) Greek Astronomers (600BC-150AD) used telescopes to observe stars. Answer: False Answer: False 2) What lies at the center of our solar system? 2) What lies at the center of our solar/are out there? How many planets are there…really? How many planets are there…really? How /inhabit. It has since expanded from this hot dense state into the vast and much cooler cosmos we currently inhabit/


Activity 1: Signs of Life Module 13: Planets as Habitats.

inhabited by intelligent life which had built a sophisticated canal system to bring water from the Martian polar ice caps to irrigate the rest of the planet. (Seasonal variations in the colour of Mars can look green in/water and life on or near its surface? If we look for regions in our Solar System which would support “life as we would recognise it” – i/ steadily as we move into the outer Solar System, there are other local ‘havens’ where life might possibly have existed in the past, or even now. For example/


3 lectures on: Extrasolar planets A/Prof. Quentin A Parker PHYS178 - other worlds: planets and planetary systems1.

now know there are other planets in the universe outside of our solar system PHYS178 - other worlds: planets and planetary systems7 8 1995 The year 1584 "There are countless suns and countless earths all rotating around their suns in exactly the same way as the seven planets of our system... The countless worlds in the universe are no worse and no less inhabited than our Earth” Giordano Bruno in De Linfinito Universo E Mondi/


Life in the Universe. “There are infinite worlds both like and unlike this world of ours...We must believe that in all worlds there are living creatures.

and are luminous, but their planets remain invisible to us because they are smaller and non-luminous. The countless worlds in the universe are no worse and no less inhabited than our Earth” Giordano Bruno (1584) in De Linfinito Universo E Mondi/in our Solar System Europa Titan Mars CallistoGanymede Enceladus Detecting Life in other Solar Systems The presence of life on Earth has a distinct effect on the composition of its atmosphere. It might be possible to deduce the presence of life on planets around other/


Astronomy In the beginning. Pre-test True or False: True or False: 1) Greek Astronomers (600BC-150AD) used telescopes to observe stars. 1) Greek Astronomers.

In the beginning Pre-test True or False: True or False: 1) Greek Astronomers (600BC-150AD) used telescopes to observe stars. 1) Greek Astronomers (600BC-150AD) used telescopes to observe stars. Answer: False Answer: False 2) What lies at the center of our solar system? 2) What lies at the center of our solar/are out there? How many planets are there…really? How many planets are there…really? How /inhabit. It has since expanded from this hot dense state into the vast and much cooler cosmos we currently inhabit/


Habitability in the Universe: Narrowing our Search for Life Bryan McMahon.

/f/1242137268/Side_milky_way.jpg Milky Way Thin Disk – Where our solar system resides – Most likely to have life http://rohlenscience.pbworks.com/f/1242137268/Side_milky_way.jpg Milky Way Halo and Thick Disk – Older stars – Generally metal poor regions http://rohlenscience.pbworks.com/f/1242137268/Side_milky_way.jpg New Stars and Planets Generally higher in metallicity than our sun Less heat from potassium, thorium, and uranium Minimal/


EXOPLANETS "Innumerable suns exist; innumerable earths revolve around these suns in a manner similar to the way the seven planets revolve around our sun.

)Back to the Drawing Board for theorists! ASTROMETRY METHOD (Movement With Respect to Background Stars) Assumes Our Solar System at 10pc (32 lys) distance. TRANSIT METHOD (Brightness Variations Due to Planet Eclipses) during beforeafter TRANSIT METHOD (Brightness Variations Due to Planet Eclipses) Well…. In principle this can be done. Like other methods… it is a technical challenge. And, well. If you can find an edge-on/


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worlds with life, how come none have visited the earth by now? (Their inhabitants, presumably, have had billions of years to evolve advanced technology.) Solution: Dodge / that the “truth” is out there in the mind of God. Other scientists, also working from that foundation, can judge our conclusions, measuring how well they comport with/inner solar system’s long- term habitability because the abundance of these elements make the star cooler and cause it to evolve more slowly, thereby giving planets in its/


GENERAL INTRODUCTION SESSION 1. HISTORY Humankind has long been fascinated by the heavens The Sun and Moon played dominant parts in many early religions.

per unit time when in perihelion than in aphelion With the Sun at the centre of the solar system the apparent reversal of the course of Mars is easily explained OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS Kepler correctly calculated the relative distances of the planets from the Sun The /years to accept his views GIORDANO BRUNO He was a scholarly Catholic cleric living in Italy in about 1,600 AD who dared to suggest that the Universe might contain other inhabited worlds, a view that is quite popular today His views so enraged the/


To Give Light on the Earth Genesis 1:15. Billions of Habitable Alien Planets Should Exist in Our Galaxy by Clara Moskowitz, SPACE.com Assistant Managing.

is evidence that it causes long- term skin damage. which is invisible to our eyes and comprises about 2% of the solar spectrum, the visible light which range from 380 nm to 780 nm and accounts/O 2 ) is unstable in our planet’s atmosphere and must be constantly replenished by photosynthesis in green plants. Without life, our atmosphere would contain almost no O 2. If we discover any other planets with atmospheres rich in oxygen, we will know / formed it to be inhabited—he says: “I am the L ORD, and there is no/


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