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Unformatted text preview: and studied and timing which track how an object changes over time. 8. With spectracel resolution, the higher the resolution, the more detail we can see. It is harder to achieve because it takes more time. 9. Light pollution, twinkling and atmospherica turbulence affect ground-based observations. 13. Yes, this makes sense. 16. Yes, the photograph could be capturing less detailed version showing the system, not individual stars. 23. A-two times. 24. B-one point of light that is the blurred image of both stars. 25. A-telescopes size 26. A-larger 28. C-air in our atomosphere 30. A-earths orbit 31. C-interferometry. 32. C-both the light-collecting area and the angular resolution of a much larger telescope. 34. a. timing- it is an observance over time. b. . imaging- to study a photograph c. spectroscopy-needs to use light and time to determine distance....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PHYS 107 taught by Professor Hauck during the Spring '08 term at San Diego.
- Spring '08