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Astronomy 1 I Test #3 available later today. I Today: stellar properties, HR diagram. I Albert Einstein quote of the day: “Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind” — from Science Philosophy and Religion” (1941).
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Variable Stars I Starspots — large region covered, as star rotates, brightness changes.
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Variable Stars I Starspots — large region covered, as star rotates, brightness changes. I Accretion events — stars in binaries exchange matter.
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Variable Stars I Starspots — large region covered, as star rotates, brightness changes. I Accretion events — stars in binaries exchange matter. I Novae — white dwarf or neutron star in binary.
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Variable Stars I Starspots — large region covered, as star rotates, brightness changes. I Accretion events — stars in binaries exchange matter. I Novae — white dwarf or neutron star in binary. I Supernovae — explosion of a star at the end of its life.
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Spectral Types I Spectral types for 400,000 stars — Annie Jump Cannon (1863 — 1941).
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Spectral Types I Spectral types for 400,000 stars — Annie Jump Cannon (1863 — 1941). I Distances were determined and luminosities calculated.
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Spectral Types I Spectral types for 400,000 stars — Annie Jump Cannon (1863 — 1941). I Distances were determined and luminosities calculated. I Luminosity class: I, II, III, IV, V, D.
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Spectral Types I Spectral types for 400,000 stars — Annie Jump Cannon (1863 — 1941). I Distances were determined and luminosities calculated. I Luminosity class: I, II, III, IV, V, D. I Spectral type is a temperature sequence:
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Spectral Types I Spectral types for 400,000 stars — Annie Jump Cannon (1863 — 1941). I Distances were determined and luminosities calculated. I Luminosity class: I, II, III, IV, V, D. I Spectral type is a temperature sequence: O, hottest
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Spectral Types I Spectral types for 400,000 stars — Annie Jump Cannon (1863 — 1941). I Distances were determined and luminosities calculated. I Luminosity class: I, II, III, IV, V, D. I Spectral type is a temperature sequence: O, hottest M coolest.
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Spectroscopy I Normal Stars: spectral types — OBAFGKM:
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Spectroscopy I Normal Stars: spectral types — OBAFGKM: Oh Be A Fine Girl (Guy), Kiss Me.
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I Normal Stars: spectral types — OBAFGKM: Oh Be A Fine Girl (Guy), Kiss Me. Overseas Bulletin: A Flash! Godzilla Kills Mothra!
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