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Astronomy Papers
The video talks about Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system. Jupiter’s magnetic field has an influence on everything else, and thus by studying it we can get one piece of the puzzle into how planets and solar systems form. Jupiter has the same ingredients as the sun, the same ingredients vital to life....
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One of the recent stormy events that took place in the recent past includes the unexpected return of the royal Caribbean ship. The vessel was nicknamed as “the anthem of the seas” and was built using the latest technology (Brett Michael Dykes TR10). The meteorological equipment installed on the ship would help forecast the weather conditions.
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The unmanned NASA mission simply means using robots or animals to explore the space rather than using men. This does not mean that men are not involved in the exploration, but it means that men do not accompany robots in the exploration. However, they monitor these robots from NASA offices. This research paper explores the...
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The knowledge on standpoint theory is critical in analyzing inter-subjective communication. Standpoint theorists underline the use of a naturalistic concept of knowing to analyze facts. Two standpoints that philosophers deal with are the modern standpoint and the traditional standpoint. The modern standpoint (or modern square of opposition) is usually based on the Boolean standpoint to...
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Astronomy is a natural science which studies celestial objects that includes the stars, planets, moon as well as the comets, asteroids and the nebulae, and that entails the supernova explosions, radiations, physics and chemistry as well as the evolution of these objects and processes. These processes are said to exist at the exterior of the...
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This is an out of action orbiter from NASA’s agenda and the fifth and last operational shuttle to be made. It commenced on its primary assignment, STS-49, in May 1992 (Lamond 8). Its 25th and the last assignment, STS-134, was projected to be the concluding operation of the Shuttle plan, but with the approval of...
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The planetarium situated at CSUN has been fundamental in offering students and the public astronomical shows that are important in understanding the universe, planets, stars and galaxies. Also known as the Bianchi Planetarium, it has been offering presentations and shows for students and the public since 2004 (Mayer 1).
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South California’s Griffith Observatory contains many astronomical activities and events that capture anyone with interest in understanding the universe. It provides spectacular views of the space and has a series of shows capable of fitting any individual’s schedule. Notably, there is free telescope viewing for anybody who visits this place.
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The video watched goes by the title time’s up directed, produced, and presented in Griffith Observatory and it is all about criticizing the Mayan-Calendar on the prediction it made that the world was to end in December 2012. At the beginning of the video, meteors falls on the beach taking a number of lives while,...
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Big bang nucleosynthesis refers to the process of light element formation in the early stages of the universe. The elements formed are helium-4, helium-3, beryllium-7, deuterium, tritium, and helium-7 isotopes. However, the isotopes tritium and beryllium-7 are unstable and rapidly decay to helium-3 and lithium-7 respectively.
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