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Ch08_nebular_hypothe - Solar System History Ch 9 Big Bang Theory Solar Nebula Planetesimals Terrestrial Planets Big Bang Hypothesis 1314 billion

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Solar System History Solar System History Ch 9 Ch 9 Big Bang Theory Solar Nebula Planetesimals Terrestrial Planets
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Big Bang Hypothesis Big Bang Hypothesis 13-14 billion years ago, all matter and energy was concentrated into  a single, inconceivably small (and very dense) point.  This hypothesis  stems from a mathematical solution to the problem This hypothesis was tested through the Doppler shift in stellar  spectrum, which implied that matter was flying apart in all  directions throughout the universe
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The Hubble Telescope The Hubble Telescope Can detect faint light that has travelled for  billions of years, …. from the start of the  current universe
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Nebular Hypothesis and the origin of our Solar system Older than 4.56 billion years ago  Gravity is the cause of “condensation” of the cloud Cloud contracted WHILE spinning ever faster H and He are the most common elements H and He collected to form fusion reactions
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Ch08_nebular_hypothe - Solar System History Ch 9 Big Bang Theory Solar Nebula Planetesimals Terrestrial Planets Big Bang Hypothesis 1314 billion

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