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Solar System Family
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Journey to Outer Solar System: Voyager Space Craft
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Evolution of Space Craft
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View of the Earth from Moon Apollo8 Mission
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Jupiter
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Jupiter Images-I • Jupiter and it’s four moons as seen through small telescopes
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Jupiter Images-II • The first crude images transmitted by Pioneer 10 in 1973.
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Jupiter Images-IV • Jovian auroras in ultra violet as imaged by HST
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Mars
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Mars Canyons
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Mercury
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Galilean Satellites
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Jupiter's moon Europa
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Schematic of Nested Planetary Orbits
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Spacing law for Planetary Orbits
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Interstellar Cloud from HST Site of new star formation in a vast nebula. 200 stars are
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Unformatted text preview: located at the heart of this cloud. Proto-planetary disk around Young Stars A view of a small portion of the Orion nebula reveals five young stars. Four of the stars are surrounded by gas and dust trapped as the stars formed but were left in orbit. These might possibly evolve into protoplanetary objects. Evolution of Solar System Synopsis Planetary bodies (i) variable size, (ii) composition, (iii) features Star Formation: (i) Star Forming regions, (ii)Disks, (iii)Extrasolar Planets,...
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2010 for the course GLG 130 taught by Professor Srinivasan during the Spring '07 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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