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Unformatted text preview: 1-20-10Jovian are gassy, and have many moons and rings, terrestrial is rocky and have few moonsGas giants are far from the sun where it is cold.All Jovians have rings and many satellitesAll terrestrials with atmospheres have signs of geological in past and present- volcanoesJovian- large gassy planetsSun turns into red giants in 7 billion yearsHow scientists know fate of our sun? observing stars at different stages of lifeMilky way is second largest massive galaxy in mass to Andromeda GalaxyNebulous is not a galaxyGalactic Cannibalism- larger and smaller galaxies emergesNumber of spiral galaxies decreasing in time lets scientists know that universe is evolvingAfter big bang, it was so hot that hydrogen fuses to heliumAs hydrogen fuses to helium, gamma rays reddened into microwave bandsCosmic Microwave Background is a theory Big Bang would be correctCMB is the remnant of hydrogen fusion during very young universeIntroduction AssessmentThe local Universe has a filament structure while the distant Universe has a more uniform structure. TRUEEarth is the only planet that is geologically alive FALSENo other planet has a substantial atmosphere. FALSEStorms of Jovian are compared in size to diameter of earthNeutrinos are emitted from Sun, therefore sun must have thermonuclear reactions in the coreStars are born in cold, high density regions...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2010 for the course ASTR 1101 taught by Professor Campbell during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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1-20-09 - 1-20-10Jovian are gassy, and have many moons and...

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