Proceedings of the ACL-02 Demonstrations Session, Philadelphia, July 2002, pp. 83-84. Association for Computational Linguistics.
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Some Ionization and Recombination Data Needs for Cosmic Atomic Plasmas
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Next Class: Optics and Telescopes
Homework #3 due Fri at 11:59pm!
Music: Earthbound Darrin Drda
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J.H. KastnerA, M. RichmondA, N. GrossoB, D.A. WeintraubC, T. SimonD, A. FrankE, K. HamaguchiF, H. OzawaB, A. HendenG A) Rochester Institute of Technology, Roch
March 5, 2009 ASTR 105G: The Planets
Radiation and Matter
Astronomy with Telescopes
1. HOMEWORK 6: DUE TODAY 2. Tonight is your last chance to see this first set of objects as part of your homework assignment!
ASTR 4800 Space Science: Practice & Policy
Reading: NASAs Constellation System (web link). Next class: Visit from NASA ESMD Budget Director, Andrew Hunter. Midterm paper due on March 13.
Back to the Moon and Back to Stay
The New Rockets (Are
September 9, 2008 ASTR 105G: The Planets
Last time .
We studied lunar and solar eclipses We learned about some early astronomical mysteries and why a geocentric view made sense
Lecture 10: Photogeology and Cartography II
Lab 5 due Thursday 11/1 at 11:59 p.m. You can choose to do either Lab 6 or Lab 7: Review them ahead of time to choose
Due on Nov. 15 (note: Some skills in each la
Basic Physics in Astronomy: Conservation Laws and Gravitation
September 18, 2008 ASTR 105G: The Planets
Physical Concepts Useful for Astronomy
1. Lab Today: Phases of the Moon, read it. 2. E
Lecture #2: The Sky and Historical Astronomy
General Introduction to the Sky. Coordinates: Getting your bearings. Earth's spin and orbital motion. Constellations & Astrology. Classical astronomy. Modern astronomy.
The Main Point