Notes on Anual Motions

Notes on Anual Motions - What are we looking at? A. Stars...

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Unformatted text preview: What are we looking at? A. Stars viewed from Hawaii B. Apparent motion due to Earth's spin C. Stars seen from Chile D. Two nearby galaxies A. Stars viewed from Hawaii B. Apparent motion due to Earth's spin C. Stars seen from Chile D. Two nearby galaxies Reading Q: Pages 26-35 A. 15 towards the west B. 15 towards the east C. 24 towards the north D. 24 towards the south E. Depends on your latitude One evening you see a bright star high in the sky over a nearby tall buiding. Where will the star be in one hour? A. 15 towards the west B. 15 towards the east C. 24 towards the north D. 24 towards the south E. Depends on your latitude G r a d e d Apparent vs. Actual Motions omnipotent being view Local view North North Pole Actual view- ground track of International Space Station over US on Tues 5th Sept. Apparent view- path of International Space Station across the sky as seen from Boulder on Tues 5th Sept. 2.1 Patterns in the Night Sky What does the universe look like from...
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ASTR 1010 taught by Professor Bagenal,fr during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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