Ppt on solar system for class 9

Objectives Vocabulary Explore the structure of the Sun.

the Sun. Astronomers still rely on computer models for an explanation of the interior of the Sun because the interior cannot be directly observed. The Sun Properties of the Sun The Sun is the largest object in the solar system, in both size and mass. The Sun / types in the following order: O, B, A, F, G, K, and M. Each class is subdivided into more specific divisions with numbers from 0 to 9. The classes correspond to stellar temperatures, with the O stars being the hottest and the M stars being the coolest/


Lecture 13: Asteroids, Comets, and Pluto-Charon

, Comets, and Pluto-Charon Claire Max November 9, 2010 Astro 18: Planets and Planetary Systems UC Santa Cruz This Friday: Logistics for field trip to Mt Hamilton First check class website to be sure the weather is OK /another planet The Main Points Asteroids and comets are leftovers from the early Solar System Studying them can tell us about Solar System origins Asteroids Failed planetesimals in outer Solar System Most have fairly circular orbits Life stories dominated by collisions, orbital perturbations by/


Creating A Cleaner Energy Future For the Commonwealth Solar Incentive Programs in Massachusetts Mike Judge Associate Manager, RPS Programs Renewable and.

For the Commonwealth Summary of MA Portfolio Standard Programs 8 RPS ClassSub ClassTechnology Minimum Standard 2014 ACP Rate, $/MWh Class I Wind, LFG, Biomass, Solar PV, Small Hydro, AD, etc. 9% in 2014; increases by 1% each year $66.16; increases with CPI Solar Carve-Out Solar/ Landfill 2 MW Array (photo by Borrego Solar Systems, Inc.) Creating A Greener Energy Future For the Commonwealth Net Metering Caps Creating A Greener Energy Future For the Commonwealth Residential Direct Ownership ACP-funded Support/


The Solar System.

is a celestial body that orbits the Sun… 8 or 9????? The solar system Solar System Pictures My Very Educated Mother Mercury Venus Earth Mars The solar system Solar System Pictures Just Served Us Nine Pizzas Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune / the International Astronomical Union (IAU) approved a new classification scheme for planets and smaller objects in our Solar System. Their scheme includes three classes of objects: "small solar system bodies" (including most asteroids and comets), the much larger planets/


Orbital Motion: 1.Compare the Geocentric Model to the Heliocentric System. What evidence was used to prove one of them wrong? Geocentric – Earth centered.

all objects revolved around Earth Heliocentric – Sun centered solar system where all objects orbit the Sun Evidence – other /give an aerial (from space) view or different heights of an area 9.What are contour lines? Lines that connect areas of equal elevation 10/ A star is born when there is enough temperature and pressure for the nuclei of two hydrogen atoms to fuse and become one helium/ in general, depending on the rate of fusion 12.What is spectral class? it is related to the color of the star, but it is /


By Nicole Mauro.  Sun- The sun is a big yellow star that is at the center of the solar system. This star gives light and energy to all the planets in.

he saw the model space ships… he could not resist! He left the class for a minute to check them out. Billy went inside the space craft because he/for our solar system and the concept that there are similar and dissimilar systems in space. Standard 5: Describe the Earth as a planet in our solar system. 6 th Grade: Standard 6.3: The understanding of astronomy and planetary exploration of the solar system/=hc&vpx=387&vpy=331&dur=1794&hovh=194&hovw=25 9&tx=182&ty=106&sig=100540767938144432001&sqi=2&page=1&tbnh=/


Life Cycle of Stars Chapter 9, Page 279. Building Blocks Matter Energy.

the star is determined by the star mass. Table 9-2 Page 293 Chapter 9 Schedule Monday 3/11 Small and Mid Sized Stars/for hundreds of billions of years. Lowest mass, Dimmest stars Most common stars Oldest stars- all red dwarfs ever formed still exist Single stars with planetary systems. Mid sized (P294) >.4 – 4 solar/ Higher mass stars Light output increases rapidly then drops off gradually Class I Cepheids – metal rich Class II Cepheids – metal-poor Measuring Distance with Cepheids Direct relationship between/


September 9, 2011 Honors Astronomy WARM UP: Can a scientist have more than one model for the same thing? Explain your answer. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What.

of sun- (used in solar systems) 150,000,000 km Distances in Space Parsec – 3.26 LY 206264.8 A.U Used between stars and galaxies. Stands for Parallax Second Light Year – distance light travels in a year – 9.46 e12 km – 63,241/ Light-year, Non-example: Astrology, Teacher led Questions on student’s understanding of today’s lesson. VOCABULARY:. NOTES: Quiz Tomorrow! ALL Classes. Section one on PPTS PRACTICE: ASSIGNMENTS: September 06, 2011 Honors Astronomy BENCHMARK: WARM UP: 1)Warm Up - MAKE SURE WITH YOUR /


Energy Conversion Systems

9. What are the major parts of an electric energy generation and conversion system? 10. What are the common energy input systems for electric generation plants? 11. How is energy applied to work? Chapter 28 Energy Conversion Systems Day 1 Capítulo 28 Sistemas de Conversión de Energía Día 1 Tech High Electrical Construction Class The Electrical Construction class/ Energy Converters Inexhaustible Energy Resource a part of the solar weather system that exists on earth and are incapable of being used/


AUCKLAND SOLAR HOME AND TRANSPORT Building Design House Design.

Solar Air Conditioning SystemSolar Hot Water SystemSolar Power LED Lighting  Solar Power Home Appliance  Solar Power Recharged Bicycle  Sunny Balcony HOUSE DESIGN  Solar Air Conditioning  Solar Hot Water  Solar Power LED lighting  Solar Power Home Appliance  Solar/GERMANY L-DCS PRODUCT DESIGN FOR NZ  Lord of the/9 (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Technical Committee)  Richard Flay: Building wind engineering expert Sustainable energy expert FIRST CLASS/


ASTR 330: The Solar System Announcements Dr Conor Nixon Fall 2006 Extra credit papers due today, Tuesday December 5th. Warning about this class. Pairs.

The Solar System Life In The Solar System Dr Conor Nixon Fall 2006 In this class we will consider how and where life could have arisen in the solar system, and how we might go about looking for it. Topics are: Scientific theories for the origins of life on Earth. Conditions necessary for life./ of a CO 2 -N 2 atmosphere, before 99% was lost to erosive impacts. This could have permitted a 0.9 km deep ocean, enough to cause the outflow channels we observe. The main challenge is to see if live arose briefly at/


Solar System Science Lecture 1: Properties of the solar system Lecture 1: Properties of the Solar System oTopics in this lecture: oPlanetary orbits oMass.

Planet-satellite systems resemble the solar system. 9.The Oort Cloud and Kuiper Belt of comets. 10.Planets contain ~99% of the solar systems AM but Sun contains >99% of solar systems mass. Solar System Science Lecture 1: Properties of the solar system Orbits of/ vs. composition: The outer planets Solar System Science Lecture 1: Properties of the solar system Angular momentum distribution oThe Sun has a relatively slow rotational period of ~26-days. => Like most G-, K- and M-class stars. oThe orbital AM is:h/


My presentation is on the usage and application of solar power panels to provide electricity. What I aim to investigate is how solar power installed in.

They have no CO2 emissions and low environmental impact They last for 20-40 years, low land use and they reduce dependence on fossil fuels In Tanzania, solar power information is available through TASEA Distribution of solar products by ENSOL. For a class of 50 students to have… …..it will cost in Tshs / 0.34.8 – 6.6 Geothermal4.81.0 (approx)5.8 Hydropower4.9 – 8.50.3 – 1.15.2 – 9.6 Natural Gas5.2 – 6.51.1 – 4.56.3 – 11.0 Biomass5.5 – 6.41.0 – 3.46.5 – 9.8 Nuclear5.9 – 12.00.2 – 0.76.1 – 12.7 Coal4.5 –/


Intro. 2005 May 9MOPS Preliminary Design Review2 Preliminary Design Review The Pan-STARRS Moving Object Processing System.

days 2005 May 9MOPS Preliminary Design Review11 Top Level Requirements 9.2.2 MOPS shall create and maintain a data collection (DC) of detections and object parameters (e.g., orbit elements, absolute magnitudes) for >80% (TBR) of the members that reach R=24 for  12 consecutive days within each class of solar system object (Main Belt, Trojan, Centaur, TNO, Comet, etc, except NEO and PHO) during/


ASTR 330: The Solar System Announcements Dr Conor Nixon Fall 2006 Homework #3: Class average=39. Homework #4: Class average=45. Overall course average:

Class average=39. Homework #4: Class average=45. Overall course average: 311/400 = 78% Mid-term exam#2: Tuesday 11/07/06 New materials on-line: lectures through today, and ASTR 330 Spring 2004 Mid-Term Exam #2 and solutions. ASTR 330: The Solar System/ to Jupiter – a nice touch. ASTR 330: The Solar System The quest for planet #8 Dr Conor Nixon Fall 2006 Astronomers began to/, to devote much energy and telescope time to hunting for planet #9. Eventually, a 9 th planet was discovered, as a result of Lowell’/


EART160 Planetary Sciences Francis Nimmo. Course Overview Foundation class for Planetary Sciences pathway Introduction to formation and evolution of planetary.

of these programs on the class website http://es.ucsc.edu/~fnimmo/eart160 There are also going to be many planetary sciences talks this term – searching for a new professor! This Week Introductory stuff Highlights Formation of the solar system and planets: What is the Solar System made of? How and how/ bulk of the mass a, AU  s,g cm -2 n, s -1 , Myr 1102x10 -7 5 512x10 -8 500 250.12x10 -9 50,000 Approximate timescales  to form an Earth-like planet. Here we are using f=10,  =5.5 g/cc. In practice, f will/


April 18, 2006Astronomy 20101 Chapter 12: Comets and Asteroids: Debris of the Solar System.

Solar System –Composed of silicates with dark organic carbon compounds –Ceres, Pallas, and most object in outer third of the belt. –Most primitive asteroids part of Class “C”  Where C stands for carbonaceous – carbon-rich April 18, 2006Astronomy 20109 Asteroid Classification - 2 Class “S” Class “S” S stands for “Stony” composition. S stands for/breaking apart. Some comets end their life catastrophically by breaking apart. –Shoemaker-Levy 9 broke into ~20 pieces when it passed close to Jupiter in July 1992. /


ASTR 330: The Solar System Lecture 6 : Review Quiz Dr Conor Nixon Fall 2006 1. What is meant by differentiation? 2.What is the reason for the existence.

elsewhere in the solar system, e.g. in asteroids. In this class we will learn about meteorites, serendipitous objects which (literally) may fall in our lap. These objects come from diverse parts of the solar system. ASTR 330: The Solar System L’Aigle /in Antarctica a good place to hunt for meteorites? ASTR 330: The Solar System Quiz - Summary Dr Conor Nixon Fall 2006 8.For some meteorites, the orbits have been determined. Describe these orbits in general. 9.What visual identifying feature is normally present/


10/7/03Prof. Lynn Cominsky1 Class web site: Office: Darwin 329A and NASA E/PO (707) 664-2655 Best way to reach.

Class web site: http://glast.sonoma.edu/~lynnc/courses/a305 Office: Darwin 329A and NASA E/PO (707) 664-2655 Best way to reach me: lynnc@charmian.sonoma.edu Astronomy 305/Frontiers in Astronomy 10/7/03Prof. Lynn Cominsky2 Astrobiology Questions (3 weeks) Is there life elsewhere in our Solar system? Is there life elsewhere in our Solar system/://www.astro.washington.edu/labs/clearinghouse /activities/aliens.html Take one dice for each group of 2 students and try the evolution experiment to create your own/


Framework for creating large-scale content-based image retrieval (CBIR) system for solar data analysis Juan M. Banda.

system for solar data Motivation Lack of simple CBIR system creation tools High-dimensional data indexing and retrieval has shown to be very domain-specific SDO (with AIA) produces around 69,120 images per day. Around 700 Gigabytes of image data per day Datasets TRACE Dataset Created using the Heliophysics Events Knowledgebase (HEK) portal Contains 8 classes/ correlation between observations as sequences of values. Dissimilarity Measures 9) Hausdorff Distance [17]: Intuitively defined as the maximum distance/


General Class License Test Questions Effective July 1, 2011 PowerPoint by Dennis Warren KA9YTV August, 2012.

Questions - 3 Groups] G3A - Sunspots and solar radiation G3A - Sunspots and solar radiation G3A - Sunspots and solar radiation G3A - Sunspots and solar radiation G3B - Maximum Usable Frequency; Lowest Usable / of General Class or above. C. C. D. D. G1D09 (C) [97.9(b)] How long is a Certificate of Successful Completion of Examination (CSCE) valid for exam element/ when transmitting PSK31 data signals? A. A. B. So that the transceiver ALC system does not activate C. C. D. D. G4B - Test and monitoring equipment/


Narayanan Komerath Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering,

enjoyed further readings and background. Perhaps not assigned reports, but more reference readings: Ex. A report on solar and then discussion on that, a report on wind and then a discussion on that Good balance between class lectures, class discussions and projects. Every class gave the opportunity for us to learn something from the instructor than discuss is amongst our peers. We also worked in/


Chapter 9 A Family of Planets Section 1 Our Solar SystemOur Solar System Section 2 The Inner PlanetsThe Inner Planets Section 3 The Outer PlanetsThe Outer.

Venus, Earth, and Mars. Identify the characteristics that make Earth suitable for life. Objectives Chapter 9 Section 2 The Inner Planets Mercury: Closest to the Sun Mercury is/class. Chapter 9 Section 3 The Outer Planets Explain how gas giants are different from terrestrial planets. Describe the individual characteristics of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. Objectives Chapter 9 Section 3 The Outer Planets Jupiter: A Giant Among Giants Jumbo Sized Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system/


Building Code of Australia Training Program MODULE THREE Understanding Energy Efficiency Provisions for Class 1 and 10 Buildings.

for Class 2 and 3 buildings and Class 4 parts BCA 2006  introduced requirements for Class 5 to 9 buildings, plus  enhanced requirements from 3.5 / 4 to 5 star for Class 1 and nominated Class/1 Use Table 3.12.2.1 to calculate allowable values for:  conductance  solar heat gain for the glazing in each storey of the building. Scope of the/ reticulation systems for:  Air-conditioning  Central heating  Hot water supply The Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions apply to domestic services in both Class 1 and Class 10a/


Extrasolar Planets. Attendance Quiz Are you here today? (a) yes (b) no (c) Captain, the sensors indicate a class M planet orbiting this star Here!

There will be no second half of class, so once you are done you will have the afternoon off. Don’t have too much fun! :) The second midterm exam is next Monday, 5/9, during the first half of class - please come on time (or better/central star Consider the masses, orbital distances, and eccentricities of the known extrasolar planets How does this information affect our model for our Solar System in which gas giants form outside the “ice-line” in nearly circular orbits? This simple model must change These new /


Creating A Greener Energy Future For the Commonwealth Shedding Light on Solar PV and Incentives Natalie Andrews Renewable Energy Program Coordinator COMMONWEALTH.

solar-energy-pv-systems-self-generation-make- your-own-power.html Creating A Greener Energy Future For the Commonwealth Shading of Solar PV Systems Shading can significantly reduce the output of a system An analysis should be performed for each project 8 Creating A Greener Energy Future For the Commonwealth Common Solar PV Terms 9/ to insert schedule into the MA RPS Class I Regulation at soonest possible opportunity Creating A Greener Energy Future For the Commonwealth 29 Fall 2012 Rulemaking Process /


Today is Tuesday, May 19 th, 2015 Pre-Class: Where do we find asteroids in our solar system? Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko seen from.

planets-121120b-02.jpg?1353517196 Kuiper Belt Surrounding our solar system like a…uh…belt…is the Kuiper Belt, named for one of its “proposers,” Gerard Kuiper. – Technically,/’ Space Rocks Either region may send something our way, and there are three main classes of space objects that may be directed on a collision course toward us: – Asteroids/.britannica.com/eb-media/00/4300-004-932A3155.jpg Shoemaker-Levy 9 Shoemaker-Levy 9 was named for its discoverers. – Carolyn and Eugene Shoemaker along with David Levy/


1 Implementation of the Solar RPS in New Jersey ABA Renewable Energy Panel November 16, 2005 Jan Pepper.

reasonable margin of error 9 How many account holders are there in SREC program? TypeNumberPercent of total LSE323.9 % Broker253.1 % Solar facility55568.3 % Aggregator394.8 % Other16219.9% TOTAL813100 % As of Nov 8, 2005 10 How many solar facilities are there in /Program to track all renewables for RPS compliance and issue RECs Build and operate NJ SREC Program to track behind-the-meter systems for Class I RPS compliance and issue SRECs Build and operate tracking program for Connecticut Clean Energy Fund to/


Program Management Review Dr. William F. Denig, Chief Solar-Terrestrial Physics Division NOAA/NESDIS 303 497-6323 12 January 2006.

Review STP Overview/Status (8) Space Environment Group (15) Earth Observation Group (9) Earth Geophysics Group (9) Concluding Remarks (1) 3 STP PMR – 12 Jan 2006 Solar-terrestrial Physics Division William Denig/F Chief Carol Austin/F, Sectretary (acting) Janet / Garner (UT Austin). On track for March delivery. Cognizant Person: Eric KihnProgram: Space Weather 20 STP PMR – 12 Jan 2006 STP/SEG Task CLASS Recon Force Background – CLASS is the archive and distribution system for NOAA’s large array data. NGDC/


Program Management Review Dr. William F. Denig, Chief Solar (and) Terrestrial Physics Division NOAA/NESDIS 303 497-6323 03 April.

(7) Earth Observation Group (8) Earth Geophysics Group (9) Space Environment Group (11) NPOESS Nunn-McCurdy Update (1) Concluding Remarks (1) 3 STP PMR – 03 Apr 2006 Solar-terrestrial Physics Division William Denig/F Chief Janet Brown/F, /Future Work: Incorporate additional datasets including satellite data for improved accuracy and precision. 55 STP PMR – 03 Apr 2006 STP/SEG Task CLASS Recon Force Background – CLASS is the archive and distribution system for NOAA’s large array data. NGDC is getting/


Learning Targets I can label a diagram of the Sun. The Sun I can describe the solar activity cycle and how the Sun affects Earth. I can compare the different.

for an explanation of the interior of the Sun because the interior cannot be directly observed. The Sun Through observations and probes, such as the Solar Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) and the Ulysses mission, astronomers have begun to unravel the mysteries of the Sun. The Sun Properties of the Sun The Sun is the largest object in the solar system/, G, K, and M. –Each class is subdivided into more specific divisions with numbers from 0 to 9. –The classes correspond to stellar temperatures, with the O stars/


PYTS/ASTR 206 – Exploring the Solar System from the Earth 1 l Announcements n Homework 1 due… n Make sure you give it to Kevin before he leaves n Late.

class on Tuesday February 3 rd for 50% credit n Kevin has set up a facebook page w“Shane Byrnes PTYS 206 class” wCan use it to organize homework/study groups etc… PTYS/ASTR 206 – The Golden Age of Planetary Exploration Shane Byrne – shane@lpl.arizona.edu Exploring the Solar System/ wAll colors behave the same l Plans for a 30m telescope – the CELT n California Extremely Large Telescope n 3 times the size means 9 times the area! PYTS/ASTR 206 – Exploring the Solar System from the Earth 18 l There’s a/


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.

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 historical understanding of motion (which is “complicated” when viewed from the Earth) and later look at Solar System formation, planetary atmospheres, and planets discovered in other star systems PHYS 162 Class 32 Solar System distances to Sun clearly not to scale) PHYS 162 Class/ for depth perception. angle A angle B Earth Geocentric parallax PHYS 162 Class 322/


Chapter 17 Measuring the Stars. 17.1The Solar Neighborhood 17.2Luminosity and Apparent Brightness 17.3Stellar Temperatures More on the Magnitude Scale.

m away Nearest star is another marble 270 km away Solar system extends about 50 m from Sun; rest of distance / using speckle interferometry. This is Betelgeuse. 17.4 Stellar Sizes For the vast majority of stars that cannot be imaged directly, size/ giant region. About 90% of stars lie on the main sequence; 9% are red giants and 1% are white dwarfs. Spectroscopic parallax: Has/ The width of spectral lines can be used to define luminosity classes. In this way, giants and supergiants can be distinguished from /


EARTH SUN JUPITER SATURN Our Home in Space: The Sun-Earth System Judith Lean Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC AASM, 11APR06.

SOLAR ATMOSPHERE SOLAR INTERIOR HELIOSPHERE 5-120 nm 120-300 nm 1000-10000 nm 0.0032  0.0009 14.9/30 R sun 8 minutes later... X-class flare recorded by GOES coronal mass ejection /for 2×CO 2 Robinson et al., 2001 EBM simulation :  ~ 2 o C for 2×CO 2 Crowley, 2000 forcings omitting solar forcing .. poorer tracking of centennial variations.. higher sensitivity to GHGs high solar/0.7K Sun-Earth System: Emerging Questions Long-term solar variability and terrestrial responses - solar dynamo action, irradiance /


Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Welcome to astronomy at ISM About me and astronomy About you and astronomy About this class: handout, website,

if a lab activity is ongoing Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. 25 Aug: Resources for the class Ismscience.org – Note assignment – See the points for this week Astronomy: A Beginner’s Guide to the Universe, 7 th ed. Chaisson and /for rest of the year Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. 2014 solar system Object Actual diameter km Actual distance from sun 10 6 km scale diameter in mm scale distance from sun in m assignment scale factor 12.8*10 9 12756 Sun1.40E+060 109.7520.000 adam Mercury488057.9/


WebQuest Presentation Our Solar System Sheldon Cox Jamie Lahey EDU505-SL1 Multimedia Internet for Educators.

Day 11 Collect Materials Week 3 Day 10 Research Planets Day 9 Writing Assignment Due Research Planets Day 8 Brain Storms on Solar System design Day 7 Brain Storms on Solar System design Day 6 Select / Assign Groups Week 2 Day 5/Group Project Solar System Rubric Most or all of the work was completed by one person Incomplete participation chart Work load wasn’t evenly delegated Completed participation chart Everyone participated evenly Participation Click this link for info Wasted time during class. Distracted/


Jovians, Moons, and Rings. Scale of the Solar System – Bag of Planets Sun => beach ball (at the front of the room) Mercury =>gray bead (entry) Venus =>

the equator: Jupiter Saturn Uranus Near poles At equator 9 h 56 m 10 h 40 m 16 h 30 m 9 h 50 m 10 h 14 m 14 h /with a Thick Atmosphere Surface pressure is 1.6 atmospheres, T=94 K. Atmosphere 90% Nitrogen. Evidence for methane rain, a few possible slushy lakes of methane/ethane, drainage channels, liquid-eroded rocks, icy /Pluto and Eris Now known to be just the largest known of a class of objects in the outer reaches of the Solar System. These objects are: The Kuiper Belt Objects 100s found since 1992. /


Life Cycle of Stars Chapter 9, Page 279. Building Blocks Matter Energy.

9-2 Page 293 Overview <0.08 solar masses – Brown Dwarf – no TNF Small - <0.08 -.4 solar masses Mid sized (our sun) 0.4 to 4 solar masses Large ->4x solar/for hundreds of billions of years. Lowest mass, Dimmest stars Most common stars Oldest stars- all red dwarfs ever formed still exist Single stars with planetary systems. Mid sized (P294) >.4 – 4 solar/ stars Light output increases rapidly then drops off gradually Class I Cepheids – metal rich Class II Cepheids – metal-poor Measuring Distance with Cepheids /


Midterm! Part I (Take home exam, including 10 points from Mastering Astronomy, 50 pts) is available, due October 26 th, noon Next week, Part II (in class.

Nucleus (1986) Nucleus of Halley’s Comet Comet Machholz ( C/2004 Q2) and the Pleiades (M45) 7 January 2005 Jan 9 Montana McNaught (C/2006 P1), the Great Comet of 2007 Jan 17 Cape Town, South Africa Jan 20 Siding Spring Obs. NSW/class objects found in the Kuiper belt. Lecture 8c: Pluto and the Kuiper Belt Origins of Pluto Kuiper Belt © Sierra College Astronomy Department43 Kuiper Belt ??? In addition to the Asteroid Belt, the Solar System appears to have a second belt, now called the Kuiper belt: –Support for/


“Planet Tourism Ad Campaign”. Everybody has thought, “I wonder what it would be like to go to the Moon/ Mars/ Neptune or someplace else in the Solar System.”

for Information and Images Windows to the Universe (Brought to you by the National Earth Science Teachers Association) http://www.windows2universe.org/ Go to “Solar System”/Solar System Exploration http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/ Your group can create a “video” (8-slide PowerPoint that runs sequentially). You’ll present your “ad” to the class/.free-ezine-directory.com/whatmakesagoodad.htm Scoring Rubric “4” (9 – 10 pts.) Planet Tourism Ad Engaging title Labels/clearly/


Chap. 3 Energy in Ecological Systems (II) 鄭先祐 (Ayo) 國立台南大學 環境與生態學院 2008 年 2 月至 6 月.

Fig. 3-29. Energy-generating windmills in eastern Germany. 3. energy in ecological systems (part II)16 9 Net Energy Concept Fig. 3-30. Concept of net energy. 3. energy in ecological systems (part II)17 10 An Energy-Based Classification of Ecosystems  Four classes of ecosystems 1.Natural, unsubsidized solar-powered ecosystems 2.Natural, solar-powered ecosystems subsidized by other natural energies. 3.Human-subsidized/


Our Planets and Solar System By Fifth Grade Students Vic A. Pitre Elementary School solar_system4.jpg.

’ s Class Jupiter Jupiter Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. Unlike the/9 hrs By Zashaun By Zashaun http://21stcenturywaves.com/wp- content/uploads/2010/10/mars.jpg http://scienceblogs.com/startswithabang/2009/07/could_we_garde n_on_mars.php Jupiter  Jupiter is the biggest planet in the solar system.  Jupiter has sixteen moons.  Jupiter is the fifth planet. That means it’s 778,000,000 away from the moon.  It takes ten Earth hours for/


Solar System Introduction Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Credits Hello students! This week you all will become junior astronauts learning.

largest. You will use this information to create solar system mobile in your art class. We will began our mission in the following order/to project manager. (teacher) Ok Are You Ready!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 BLAST OFF Let’/solar-system-101- kids.html You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DULoVglW6x4&feature=related Astronomy for Kids http://www.kidsastronomy.com/solar_system.htm NASA http://starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/StarChild/solar_system_level1/sun.html The Planet of Solar Systems for/


Page 1 Lecture 12: Atmospheres of the Terrestrial Planets Claire Max May 15, 2014 Astro 18: Planets and Planetary Systems UC Santa Cruz Earth’s atmosphere.

to take a break at 12:45 pm! Page 2 Topics for Today Part 1: Introduction to Class ProjectsPart 1: Introduction to Class Projects Part 2: Lecture on Planetary AtmospheresPart 2: Lecture on Planetary Atmospheres Page 3 Why projects? Reading, homework, lectures: “content”Reading, homework, lectures: “content” –What we know about our Solar System and others, and the scientific tools used to discover this knowledge/


WebQuest Presentation Our Solar System Sheldon Cox Jamie Lahey EDU505-SL1 Multimedia Internet for Educators.

for all three activities Week 1 Day 1 Assigned a planet Day 2 Research Planets Day 3 Research Planets Day 4 Fact Sheet Due Day 5 Writing assignment rough draft Week 2 Day 6 Select / Assign Groups Day 7 Brain Storms on Solar System design Day 8 Brain Storms on Solar System design Day 9/ Some of the planets move other are stationary. Planets and moon are stationary Use of class time Used time well during each class period. Focused on getting the project done. Never distracted others. Had a little trouble /


Objectives Explore the structure of the Sun. The Sun Describe the solar activity cycle and how the Sun affects Earth. Compare the different types of spectra.

for an explanation of the interior of the Sun because the interior cannot be directly observed. The Sun Through observations and probes, such as the Solar Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) and the Ulysses mission, astronomers have begun to unravel the mysteries of the Sun. The Sun Properties of the Sun The Sun is the largest object in the solar system/, G, K, and M. –Each class is subdivided into more specific divisions with numbers from 0 to 9. –The classes correspond to stellar temperatures, with the O stars/


Give Mr. Hyatt money Scale Scale Description 4 Through independent work beyond what was taught in class, students could (examples include, but are not.

of distribution of matter in the sun, earth, moon system. select from a list the physical properties of the sun, earth and moon. list the key parts of the structure of earth, sun and moon. Bell Work 11-9 What this video and tell me what it makes you/ your parents go to the “class information” page of our website and read the letter  SUN – Top of right side questions: What is fusion and how is it a factor for the life on earth? What is the sun responsible for in our solar system? The Planets relative to each/


Welcome to AST 2002. I.Hard class, but also fun. Lots of resources: a) Attend class b) Keep up with lectures, quizzes, online resources c) Office hours.

.com), appointments to see students in person are also available. AST 2002H General Comments IV.Class Mechanics : AST 2002H General Comments (Cont.) Syllabus has all the relevant information, READ IT/DISTANCE SCALES LIGHT-YEAR (LY): –The distance light can travel in one year. About 9.5 trillion km –NOTE: this is a distance not a time! –How far / of “dark matter” and “dark energy”. Our goals for learning: What have we learned? How is Earth moving in our solar system? —It rotates on its axis once a day and /


FRAMEWORK FOR CREATING LARGE-SCALE CONTENT-BASED IMAGE RETRIEVAL SYSTEM (CBIR) FOR SOLAR DATA ANALYSIS Doctoral Dissertation Defense Juan M. Banda April.

Image Parameters as the First Step Towards Creating a CBIR System for the Solar Dynamics Observatory”. International Conference on Digital Image Computing: /9 1. Major Contributions To Computer Science –Creation of a CBIR building framework (first of its kind) –Creation of a composite single-dimensional indexing technique for multi-dimensional data To Solar Physics –Creation of a CBIR for the Solar/ relevant images indicate images belonging to the same class in this measure Page Reads = number of memory/


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