Outline for Gamma Ray-Isabella Maldonado- Renee Chelminiak - Outline Gamma Ray 1 Introduce the wavelength you chose \u25cb Describe the

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Outline: Gamma Ray 1. Introduce the wavelength you chose. Describe the specifics (wavelength, frequency, energy) of your wavelength Summarize how it is detected and from where. Summarize what this wavelength can reveal about space, astronomy or the universe. -Gamma ray is the shortest wavelength and has the most energy in the electromagnetic spectrum due to gamma not being used as frequent as the others. Gamma rays have a frequency of 10 19 Hz. -Gamma rays are so short that they are passing through space with the atoms of a detector and as they are passing through they collide with electrons. -What gamma rays can reveal about space is the type of collisions it can create when it collides with electrons and the impact it leaves in space. 2. Background information on telescope How it collects data Summarize the purpose and function of this telescope, and where it is located. Some are ground based, some are not.
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