Ppt on inhabiting other planets like earth

Tour of the Inner Solar System With Mr. Hulsman. Pre-Flight Announcement We will be embarking from the Earth shortly on a journey through the inner Solar.

Carbon, and others. Basically, /like Mercury. Life on the Earth It is amazing how the delicate balances during our solar system creation made Earth PERFECT for life. Our distance from the Sun is perfect for life-supporting planet/planet. Recent missions from NASA have placed rovers on the surface of the planet. These rovers and planetary orbiters have discovered evidence that water once flowed on the surface of Mars. Today, however, mars is a dry planet with little atmosphere and not immediately inhabitable/


Deep Sea: Introduction The deep sea is least understood ocean habitat Less productive and more sparsely inhabited than ecosystems in the photic zone The.

is sparsely populated, vent sites teem with a fascinating array of life. Tubeworms and huge clams are the most distinctive inhabitants of Pacific Ocean vent sites, while eyeless shrimp are found only at vents in the Atlantic Ocean The Deep Sea:/ have swept the Earth, vent creatures seem to have been unaffected, leading some to suggest that a vent- like environment was the place where life on Earth likely got its start. If this could have occurred here on Earth, why not on other planets that have the /


Accretion and Formation of Planets Animation. Origin of the Asteroids The Solar wind cleared the leftover gas, but not the leftover planetesimals. Those.

a planet, crash into inner planets, or get ejected from solar system are the present-day asteroids. Most inhabit the asteroid belt between Mars & Jupiter. Jupiter’s gravity prevented a planet from /Earth rotates –has lower density than Earth - formed from Earth’s outer layers –has smaller amounts of easily vaporized ingredients (e.g., water) –Earth was “spun up” Extrasolar Planets Planets which orbit other stars are called extrasolar planets. Over the past century, we have assumed that extrasolar planets/


© 2013 JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 1 THE EARTH THROUGH TIME TENTH EDITION H A R O L D L. L E V I N.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.  Composed partly of Fe, Ni and partly of silicate minerals, including olivine (like Earths mantle).  About 1% of all meteorites. Least abundant type. © 2013 JOHN WILEY & SONS/axis (one day on Venus) in 243 Earth days  Rotates on axis in opposite direction to other planets, possibly due to collision with other object  Has volcanoes  Has craters  / bacteria (such as botulism), and some or all Archaea, which inhabit unusual conditions. 7. Chemical building blocks of life (such as amino/


THE NATURE OF SCIENCE Earth Science is the study of the Earth Processes and Forces that change it The materials from which it is made Its long history.

composed of basalt (this is denser than granite) Earths mantle is composed mainly of the rock peridotite Below the rigid portion of the mantle is the Asthenosphere Partially molten Flows like a soft plastic Beneath the mantle is the core /gases that surround the Earth Necessary for respiration by most living things Protects Earths inhabitants from harmful radiation from the sun Helps keep our planet at a temperature suitable for life Contains 78% nitrogen (N 2 ) 21% oxygen (O 2 ) 1% other gases (water vapor,/


The average distance from Earth to the sun is

galaxy like our Milky Way galaxy contains primarily planets. gas only stars (some with planets), gas and dust a single star and planets. Which is the greatest distance? Earth to the moon. Earth to the sun. Earth to the Asteroid Belt. Earth /inhabited. orbited each other. The force of gravity from one object extends to infinity never going to zero and works for atomic level observations, planetary motion, black holes and dark matter hypothesis. When we say that gravitation is universal we mean that the Earth/


Mathematics of Planet Earth. Discovering the Earth.

likely than others. In (b), the orbit of Mercury crosses that of Venus In (c), the orbit of Mars crosses the orbit of the Earth In (d), the orbit of Venus crosses the orbit of the Earth, and Mars is destabilized Can we explain why the movement of inner planets is chaotic? A planet is disturbed by the attraction of the other planets/ (over 45 years)! Work of Schwämmle & Herrmann A biologically diverse planet Earth is inhabited by millions of living species Where does all this biodiversity come from? Mutations/


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.

4 [methane] have been widely discussed in the literature as biosignature gases on planets with Earth- like composition atmospheres… O 2 and its photolytic product O 3 are the most /the rise of oxygen on the Earth and maybe other planets," says Kasting. "Oxygen is our best biomarker for looking for life on extrasolar planets." Metabolic pathways of Prochlorococcus marinus Prochlorococcus/ and made the earth, he founded it; he did not create it to be empty, but formed it to be inhabited—he says: “I am the/


ECOLOGY.

other and their physical environment Ecological Organization: Population: all the members of a species inhabiting a given location Community: all the interacting populations in a given area Ecosystem: the living community and the physical environment functioning together as an independent and relatively stable system 4. Biosphere: that portion of the earth/has been destroyed, the damaged ecosystem is likely to recover in stages that eventually result /generations on our planet. 2. Individuals in society must decide/


The path of an Earth satellite follows the curvature of the Earth.

the astronauts; relative to the station, they experience zero g. 14.2 Circular Orbits The ISS and its inhabitants circle 360 km above Earth, well above its atmosphere, in a state of continual free fall. 14.2 Circular Orbits Isaac Newton understood /Like Aristotle, he thought that the force on a moving body would be in the same direction as the body’s motion. Kepler never appreciated the concept of inertia. Galileo, on the other hand, never appreciated Kepler’s work and held to his conviction that the planets/


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

Tombaugh Courtesy NASA’s Navigator Program “There are infinite worlds both like and unlike this world of ours...We must believe that in all worlds there are living creatures and planets and other things we see in this world.” Epicurius c. 300 B.C/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 /


The Origin and History of Life on Earth What is Life? –Life is, to the best of our knowledge to date, unique to our planet Earth. –There is no simple definition.

Speciation Earth’s Biosphere and Life Science Our Earth is, to the best of our current knowledge, the only planet in/ known as cyanobacteria or “blue-green algae”, inhabiting the oceans in Earth’s early history. Animal life, as we know/species Extreme specialization places species at risk Interactions with Other Organisms May Drive a Species to Extinction Habitat /RNA May Have Been the First Self-Reproducing Molecule Membrane-Like Microspheres May Have Enclosed Ribozymes Louis Pasteurs experiment disproving /


Life in the Universe.

Life in the Universe Life Around Other Stars Finding Habitable Planets Two upcoming missions may be able spot Earth sized planets. Kepler will look for transits of planets across other stars. The Space Interferometer Mission (SIM) may be able to detect Earth sized planets. A decade or so from now, the Terrestrial Planet Finder (TPF) or something like it may be able to image extrasolar planets. Infrared spectra from future telescopes/


Kaitlyn Phillips Unit 14 WWK WE WILL COMPARE GAS GIANTS AND TERRESTRIAL PLANETS AND DISCUSS THEIR DIFFERENT FEATURES.

” is the root word for, “sun.”) While most comets orbit the sun, others are said to inhabit in an area known as the Oort Cloud; a cloud which extends to one / around other planets, but they are minor and the Asteroid Belt is where the majority are found. POSITION OF THE METEOROID Meteoroids are smaller than asteroids….more like the / was the most-studied meteorite ever. This car-sized chunk of rock flamed through Earth’s atmosphere in February, 1969. It ended up breaking into thousands of smaller pieces/


Science 3210 001 : Introduction to Astronomy Lecture 7 : Extrasolar Planets and Star Formation Robert Fisher.

planets exist around other stars. qIn 1584, Giordano Bruno wrote q “There are countless suns and countless earths all rotating around their sun 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/ are expected to migrate inwards. Artist’s Conception of 51 Peg qThe proximity of “hot Jupiter”-like planets like 51b Peg to their parent star suggests that they are slowly leaking their atmospheres through evaporation. 51/


Ecology: the study of the interactions of living things with each other and their physical environment.

other and their physical environment Ecological Organization: 1.Population: all the members of a species inhabiting a given location 2.Community: all the interacting populations in a given area 3.Ecosystem: the living community and the physical environment functioning together as an independent and relatively stable system 4. Biosphere: that portion of the earth/has been destroyed, the damaged ecosystem is likely to recover in stages that eventually result/generations on our planet. 2. Individuals in society must /


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 next/


Astronomy 251 Life on Other Worlds Mondays 4-6, MP102 Prof. Ray Jayawardhana MP 1408416 946 7291 Office hours: Tuesdays 11-12.

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 Hypothesis (/, which combine to form rocks, then boulders, then up to planets like the Earth. Pro: Both terrestrial and gas giant planets form the same way Con: Takes a while to make Jupiter/eats all its neighbors. This continues until its feeding zone is cleared of other objects (when the object is about the size of the Moon)… at which/


© Sierra College Astronomy Department 1 Geology of the Terrestrial Planets Terrestrial.

Department 13 Lecture 9: The Terrestrial Planets Mars Historical Mars William and Caroline Herschel made first extensive observations of Mars –In 1784, W. Herschel spoke with confidence about “inhabitants” of Mars In 1879 Schiaparelli’s /Earth’s largest mountain. –Several other large volcanoes can be found in the surrounding Tharsis Region One reason Mars can “grow” larger volcanoes than Earth is because they lack Earth-like tectonic plates. Formed over a hot spot of lava that wells up from within a planet/


Earth, and our solar system: 4.6 billion years old. Stellar event, perhaps a supernova, leaving a great deal of debris behind to form our solar system.

four terrestrial planets? What are the four jovian planets? Why do terrestrial and jovian planets form where they form in solar systems? What is the “zone” that Earth inhabits in our/the solar eclipse, the lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth casts its shadow on the moon (instead of the other way around). The night of a lunar eclipse, / from the sun’s intensity, changes in Earth’s orbital pattern around the sun and natural processes within the climate system. (like what?) More recent impacts on climate change/


Thursday Evening Astronomy Lecture, 9/15/05 Summary of the Apparent Motion of the Planets The Ptolemaic (Geocentric) Model Weaknesses of the Ptolemaic.

their immense bearing on Christian life, to be preserved? If there were other bodies essentially like the Earth, God’s goodness would surely necessitate that they too be inhabited. But if there were men on other planets, how could they have inherited the original sin, which explains Man’s otherwise incomprehensible travail on an Earth made for him by a good and omnipotent deity? Again, how could/


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

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/


The Origin and History of Life on Earth What is Life? –It is to best of our knowledge unique to our planet. –Life forms are able to act on their own behalf.

Earth’s Biosphere and Life Science Our Earth is, to the best of our current knowledge, the only planet in/ known as cyanobacteria or “blue-green algae”, inhabiting the oceans in Earth’s early history. Animal life, as we / species Extreme specialization places species at risk Interactions with Other Organisms May Drive a Species to Extinction Habitat Change/RNA May Have Been the First Self-Reproducing Molecule Membrane-Like Microspheres May Have Enclosed Ribozymes Louis Pasteurs experiment disproving /


3.4/3.5 Terrestrial & Gas Giant Planets Ms. Grant.

inhabit.  Matter is continuously cycled between the environment and living things. Unit 3 Lesson 4 The Terrestrial Planets Earth is the only terrestrial planet/planet from the sun. Sunlight on Neptune is 900 times fainter than sunlight on Earth. High noon on Neptune may look like twilight on Earth. Unit 3 Lesson 5 The Gas Giant Planets Neptune is almost the same size as Uranus. Like/asteroids appear to be piles of rock loosely held together. Others contain economic minerals such as gold, iron, nickel, cobalt/


Ecology: the study of the interactions of living things with each other and their physical environment.

other and their physical environment Ecological Organization: 1.Population: all the members of a species inhabiting a given location 2.Community: all the interacting populations in a given area 3.Ecosystem: the living community and the physical environment functioning together as an independent and relatively stable system 4. Biosphere: that portion of the earth/has been destroyed, the damaged ecosystem is likely to recover in stages that eventually result/generations on our planet. 2. Individuals in society must /


Ecology: the study of the interactions of living things with each other and their physical environment.

other and their physical environment Ecological Organization: 1.Population: all the members of a species inhabiting a given location 2.Community: all the interacting populations in a given area 3.Ecosystem: the living community and the physical environment functioning together as an independent and relatively stable system 4. Biosphere: that portion of the earth/has been destroyed, the damaged ecosystem is likely to recover in stages that eventually result/generations on our planet. 2. Individuals in society must /


Ecology: the study of the interactions of living things with each other and their physical environment.

other and their physical environment Ecological Organization: 1.Population: all the members of a species inhabiting a given location 2.Community: all the interacting populations in a given area 3.Ecosystem: the living community and the physical environment functioning together as an independent and relatively stable system 4. Biosphere: that portion of the earth/has been destroyed, the damaged ecosystem is likely to recover in stages that eventually result/generations on our planet. 2. Individuals in society must /


Ecology: the study of the interactions of living things with each other and their physical environment.

other and their physical environment Ecological Organization: 1.Population: all the members of a species inhabiting a given location 2.Community: all the interacting populations in a given area 3.Ecosystem: the living community and the physical environment functioning together as an independent and relatively stable system 4. Biosphere: that portion of the earth/has been destroyed, the damaged ecosystem is likely to recover in stages that eventually result/generations on our planet. 2. Individuals in society must /


Unit 1: Solar System ES 3 Part 1: Sun-Moon-Earth System Part 2: Planetary Characteristics Part 3: History and Contributions of the Space Program.

Moon Impact Theory: – Most likely possibility – Mars sized object – knocked a piece of Earth off, and combined with pieces/planet in 2006, a change widely thought of as a demotion that has attracted controversy and debate. Other Celestial Bodies Comets orbit the sun and consist mostly of frozen gases. A meteoroid is debris located outside Earths atmosphere A meteor is debris located within Earths/artificial satellite in low Earth Orbit. It is the ninth space station to be inhabited. First component was /


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.

point in 14000 years Polaris – where the axis will point in 28000 years MOTIONS OF EARTH Nutation Daily variations in Earth’s rotation caused by the torque that the Moon and Sun exert on the planet MOTIONS OF EARTH Solar system is moving towards the star Vega The Sun, like other stars, revolves around the galaxy (takes 250 million years at 250km/second) Galaxies are also/


Satan’s End Time Delusions For Planet Earth. The Bible and UFO Apparitions Many people today claim to have seen a UFO. Some claim to have met aliens from.

inhabitants of the earth and of the sea! For the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knows that he has but a short time. Answer: He was immediately confined to the Earth. He did not go out and infect other planets with sin. Sin is confined to planet Earth/ the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works. Answer: Satan can transform himself to look like Jesus. He can appear as Mary, Elvis or people who have died. He is working through the occult and /


Page 1 Lecture 6: Telescopes and Spacecraft Claire Max April 22, 2014 Astro 18: Planets and Planetary Systems UC Santa Cruz Jupiter as seen by Cassini.

the same way: the shutter acts like the pupil and the film acts like the retina! Page 15 The lens/Mount Palomar (near San Diego): Prime focus cage and an inhabitant "NOTE: Smoking and drinking are not permitted in the prime /due to turbulence in Earth’s atmosphere c)Planetary exploration: spacecraft can actually go to the planets, get close-up /don’t need super-big telescope to get good angular resolution Other instruments:Other instruments: –Particle analyzers, radio antennae, spectrographs, laser altimeters/


Chapter 4 The Human World.

6.5 billion people on the planet. Inhabit only 30 percent of the planets land. From the year 1000 to/are also republics. In republics, voters elect all major officials, however, there are exceptions like The United Kingdom. Economic Systems Traditional Economy Habit and custom determine the rules for all economic/Management Earth provides all the elements necessary to sustain life. Natural resources- Are elements from the earth that are not made by people but can be used for food, food or other necessities/


ASTB21. What’s inside a star/planet? How does it shine/move? For how long and what happens afterwards? Are there any OTHER planetary systems? How many?

opposition to the idea. The religious critics pointed out that neither other worlds nor the creation of man elswhere, were mentioned in the Scriptures. William of Vorilong discussed the question of Jesus Christs status in extrasolar systems: As to the question whether Christ by dying on this earth could redeem the inhabitants of another world, I answer that he is able to do/


ASTC25. What’s our Solar System like? Are there any OTHER planetary systems? How many? How do they look? How to explain similarities/differences with.

opposition to the idea. The religious critics pointed out that neither other worlds nor the creation of man elswhere, were mentioned in the Scriptures. William of Vorilong discussed the question of Jesus Christs status in extrasolar systems: As to the question whether Christ by dying on this earth could redeem the inhabitants of another world, I answer that he is able to do/


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.

like and unlike this world of ours...We must believe that in all worlds there are living creatures and plants and other things we see in this world.”--- Epicurus (c. 300 B.C ) "There are countless suns and countless earths all rotating around their suns in exactly the same way as the seven planets/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) /


Earth Chakra and Ley Lines. What are Ley Lines and EarthChakra Earth has many energy lines or nadis running over the energy body very similar to the Human.

and Breathing…Gaia! Our planet Earth is a living and breathing organism and as such she channels energy from specific locations on her body just like every other living creature. These centers are called Chakras. The chakra centers on Earth are connected by energy circuits/ around the world that describe an invisible city where immortals live are associated with this Chakra point. These invisible inhabitants are drawn to the area where this Chakra is located in order to usher in the energies for the new/


0 OUR OCEAN PLANET SECTION 2 – FORCES OF NATURE. 1 REVISION HISTORY DateVersionRevised ByDescription Aug 25, 20100.0VLOriginal.

planet. Even having traveled millions of kilometers, the Sun’s rays still release 130 trillion horsepower per second on Earth./(or actually below sea level). As a result, the inhabitants must constantly remain vigilant and build special structures to keep/ forest fires. Ecuadorians, Peruvians, or Californians, on the other hand, associate it with lashing rainstorms that can trigger devastating/. Glacial retreat and species range shifts are also likely to result from global warming. Increased concentrations of /


Earth’s History. Earth probably formed from an accumulation of rock, dust, and gases drawn together by its own gravity about 4.6 billion years ago Earth.

kinds of organisms that inhabited Earth Based on rock formations that contain characteristic fossil groups and on changes in the kinds of organisms that inhabited Earth The scale is divided/there are variations in size, shape and other traits Within each species there are variations in size, shape and other traits Evolution of Life The Evolution of Life/ of living organisms is likely to contain radioactive carbon-14 A sample containing the remains of living organisms is likely to contain radioactive carbon-14/


Phys 214. Planets and Life Dr. Cristina Buzea Department of Physics Room 259 (Please use PHYS214.

like organisms, unicellular to multicellular. The most complex - seaweeds; they lack the distinct organs of higher plants such as leaves and vascular tissue. Protozoa = one-celled eukaryotes. Complex organisms (Eukarya) occupy a more restrictive thermal range than Bacteria and Archaea Low temperature - Psychrophiles Psychrophiles - extremophiles capable of growth and reproduction at or below 15 o C. Environments ubiquitous on Earth/with salt) (Planets and life,/ and other icy bodies/ Halophiles Inhabitants of /


Page 1 Lecture 6: Telescopes and Spacecraft Claire Max October 12 th, 2010 Astro 18: Planets and Planetary Systems UC Santa Cruz Jupiter as seen by Cassini.

the same way: the shutter acts like the pupil and the film acts like the retina! Page 28 The lens /Mount Palomar (near San Diego): Prime focus cage and an inhabitant "NOTE: Smoking and drinking are not permitted in the prime /due to turbulence in Earth’s atmosphere c)Planetary exploration: spacecraft can actually go to the planets, get close-up / are close, you don’t need super-good angular resolution Other instruments:Other instruments: –Particle analyzers, radio antennae, spectrographs, laser altimeters,/


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

that, as Mars appeared to be much like Earth, it was 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/ has a salty ocean underneath its hard ice surface. Images from the Galileo probe* showed that Ganymede and Callisto, two other large Jovian satellites, may also host regions of salty, liquid water under surface layers of ice. Callisto Ganymede Saturn’s /


PHYS 162 Class 31 Solar System Sun plus 8 (or 9 with Pluto) planets many of which have moons plus “debris”: comets, asteroids, meteors, etc We’ll go over.

science/observations  obsessed by Earth being at center Archimedes  obsessed by “perfect” objects like circles Perfectly symmetric Universe  lifeless void It is the asymmetries that allow our existence PHYS 162 Class 39 Planets – Example Jupiter – 2011-2014/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/


1 The Dynamic Earth and Space Geodesy EATS 1010 3.0 [Fall 2012] Instructor: Gary Jarvis, Department of Earth and Space Science & Engineering (ESSE) 117.

universe. They tend to inhabit the very centers of active young galaxies they are small (Solar System sized or less) – not star-like the most distant quasars observed/ grains stick to each other and sweep their paths, forming larger particles (Planetesimals). 4. Orbital paths are cleared. 5. The Sun and its planets all spin in the / space. Solar Prominences Solar Prominence Earth 25 Interstellar Distances The Sun is massive – 99.9% of mass of Solar System. - The planets are relatively minute: - Jupiter makes/


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.

like and unlike this world of ours...We must believe that in all worlds there are living creatures and plants and other things we see in this world.”--- Epicurus (c. 300 B.C ) "There are countless suns and countless earths all rotating around their suns in exactly the same way as the seven planets/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/


Our Changing Worlds View. 2 Some planets were known to the ancients who watched them move against the night sky.

ago, Greek philosophers speculated about other worlds like our own. More recent scholars also speculated on distant worlds like ours. 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/


Week 2 - Doing what is right. Doing what is right - Not only caring for ourselves but promoting the welfare of others and promoting what is considered.

to account. Many investors with small shareholdings = little influence. Issues like executive remuneration, board elections, environmental issues have attracted shareholder activism. /complex systems: the world economy, the global society, and the Earth’s physical environment. Sustainable development calls for socially inclusive and /and Greenpeace, among many others. Global responsibilities to poor and vulnerable people as well as to the endangered planet we all inhabit. Post 1970s globalization Why/


Properties of the Planets in our Solar System (13.10) Star Test BLM 13.10.

of water is less dense than 1 cm 3 of lead. Surface Gravity: Smaller # means people are lighter on that planet. Now, Look at the table to see if any characteristics of other planets are the same as the Earth. Are any planets inhabitable like Earth? Why? Properties of Planets in our Solar System (BLM 13.10a) Questions - p. 419 Answer in FULL sentences, leave space for extra comments/


Notes 1-1: Our Place in Space 1/7/09. Of all the astronomical knowledge obtained to date, one thing stands out boldly: Earth is neither central nor unique.

we live, one of many such planets in the universe. * Although many in the astronomical community believe the Earth is not unique, there is one thing that to date remains unique about Earth, it is the only known planet to inhabit life. While it is quite /countless billions. The Earth is the 3 rd of 8 known planets and several other celestial bodies that make up our solar system. Even our solar system is not unique. Recent discoveries show that planetary systems do exist elsewhere and are likely to be quite /


PHYS 162 Class 31 Understanding Planetary Motion Use experimental observations (made prior to telescopes) to understand motion of the planets. Period is.

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 35 Other Models Tycho Brahe’s - Earth at center but other planets orbit /at time evolution of Universe over billions of years  telescopes look far away are looking back in time  accelerators like Fermilab are reproducing how the Universe in the first moments after creation (Rocky Kolb from Fermilab) reminder: 2 EC /


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