hw2 - A ryum Jeon Section w 6-7 TA Elijah Assignment #2 Due...

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Aryum Jeon Section w 6-7 TA Elijah Assignment #2 Due Friday Oct 8, 4 PM Chapter-3 Phases and eclipses Problems: 1, 4, 12, 14, 28, 29, 39, 43 1. the moon's light is the reflection of the sun's light but gives off no heat 4. moon rise time a) new moon= sunrise c) full moon= at sunset b) first quarter moon= noon d) third quarter moon= midnight 12. the tilt of the moon’s orbit makes lunar and solar eclipses rare event 14. penumbral eclipse of moon= when the moon passes through only earth’s penumbra => because earth blocks only part of the sun’s light and so none of the lunar surface is completely shaded. 28. a) midnight= full moon b)sunrise= 3 rd quarter moon c)noon= new moon d) sunset= 1 st quarter moon 29. a) full moon b) third quarter moon c)new moon d) first quarter moon 39. yes it is visible from Australia as long as the location is at the angle where moon can be seen.
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43. a) size of moon’s diameter can increase the solar eclipse area by little but it does not guarantee if it would occur more frequently. b) there would not be any shadow over earth by moon.
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2010 for the course PHYSCS ASTRO 1 taught by Professor Robertgeller during the Fall '10 term at UCSB.

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hw2 - A ryum Jeon Section w 6-7 TA Elijah Assignment #2 Due...

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