phys 203 lunar eclipse

phys 203 lunar eclipse - P203_08: Extra Credit on Lunar...

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P203_08: Extra Credit on Lunar Eclipse. Due on the day of the Last Lecture ( but you should do it sooner so you may remember better.) You should do this assignment only if you personally viewed the lunar eclipse 1) Write 2 pages about your experience. Here are some points you could cover. How much of the eclipse did you see? Describe what you saw in detail. What were your reactions? If you saw it in a group what were the reactions of others? What connections did you make with the event and the course? How long was the entire event? How long did totality last? What is the phase of the moon on the night of the total lunar eclipse? What was the color of the moon’s face during totality? Why is the moon not completely dark during totality? Part 2 a) Find a superposition of the eclipse and a landmark on earth that you like, print it out and attach to your report. Photo of the initial phase of lunar eclipse over the Wrigley building in Chicago.
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b) Find a composite photo for the various stages of the eclipse; paste the composite
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2008 for the course PHYS 203 taught by Professor Padamsee, h during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.

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